My vote is for the merge of pencil and paintbrush. I don't see that
having a hard-edged paintbrush is really worthy of its own icon, though
it will need an option added in paintbrush. I don't know of anything
that utilizes pencil in PDB at this point, but maybe I'm mistaken? I
doubt removing pencil* would hurt much...
Speaking of PDB, thats something that needs some serious updating - lots
of the abilities are no longer accessible for quite a few of the tools.
gimp-paintbrush for example doesn't include incremental, the fade out
distance, the gradient selection/type, or the units. I suspect others
have gotten similarly out-of-sync as we madly added niftyness...
I'd hope this would be a pre-1.2 bug-fix, since missing PDB stuff has
traditionally been handled in that manner.
* Marc Lehmann ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) [000205 16:40]:
> On Sat, Feb 05, 2000 at 07:13:00PM +0200, Tuomas Kuosmanen <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > in my previous mail on this thread, I use the paintbrush as a "fine tuning"
> > tool together with the "real" tool I am drawing with. And if it is the
> > paintbrush, then there is no way to toggle fast between those.. clicking a
> > checkbox every time instead of pressing a shortcut key sounds clumsy.
> I guess the correct fix (in 1.3!!) would be to be able to attach shortcuts
> to checkboxes.
> For 1.2 there IMHO shouldn't be a merge.
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