Zach Beane - MINT <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

> It's a little confusing to me sometimes to use the gradient tool, thinking
> the gradient at the bottom of the toolbar will be used, and finding out that
> it's actually using the FG-BG colors (or vice versa). I do know how to
> change it, but sometimes I forget which is in effect.
> It would be nice if there was a magic option in the gradient selection list
> called something like "[FG-BG colors]" that automatically showed a thumbnail
> of what the bg/fg colors would look like as a gradient. When it's selected,
> it would also display in the bottom of the toolbar, and dynamically update
> when the colors change.
> That way, no matter what gradient method is selected, the indicator at the
> bottom of the toolbar will always show you what colors you'll see when you
> make a gradient, independant of whether you're using a pre-set gradient or a
> bg-fg color gradient.
> This is just a suggestion, and not a demand for immediate action.
> Zach

Maybe best would be to have a magic entry in the gradient editor
"FG->BG" and "BG->FG" which would change accordingly, and remove the
selection from the gradient tool.


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