>Hi Vlaar, and all,
>On Thu, Sep 27, 2012 at 3:02 AM, Vlaar <for...@gimpusers.com> wrote:
>>>>What I want to know is if there is a way to make a hotkey or at all save
>>>>specific options for specific tools.
>>>>Let's say I'm using the 'Paintbrush, Opacity 70%, Hardness 075, Size 4.00'
>>>>as my "standard outline tool". Can I some how save that preference (and any
>>>>other tool such as "Specific Eraser Op. 100%, Hard. 100, Size 10.00) so
>>>>that I can easily switch between "Ouline Brush" and "Specific Eraser" .
>>>>Maybe to the 'f-buttons'
>>>>I'd like to be able to make maybe 5 specific tools:
>>>>-Detailed Color brush
>>>>-Big Color Brush.
>>>>See what I'm asking for? I hope there is a way to solve this, really like
>>>>GIMP so far!
>>>Did you try the tool presets? Available from windows / dialogues. There you
>>>can save specific tool options as you want it. I'm not sure for the hotkeys
>>>Thaaaank you SIR! :D That's perfect, it's a bit messy setting up the presets
>>>but I think I'll get the hang of it soon! Is there a way to out up a third
>>>shelf? Im lazy and don't want to switch between Presets and my Layers xD
>I knew about the presets but was wondering about the shortcut part the
>other day. Did you find a way to assign a shortcut to a specific
>preset, or do you keep the dock opened on the side and always change
>the preset by clicking in it?
>I think to be able to keep the brush but go from one preset to another
>for instance with shortcuts would be helpful.
I havn't tried it out yet, but so far I'v felt comfortable just switching tabs.
Also I havn't even come up with what to draw.. :( I'v got so much stuff in my
head that I don't know where to begin.. I want to create a whole fre*kin'
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