But the Gradient Editor has been around pretty much forever, its window is just
not loaded into the toolboxes by default. Try double-clicking a gradient from
the Gradients dialog (on its icon/preview, not its name), this should bring up
the Gradient Editor.
Advance warning: You can't edit the preset gradients (minor design flaw common
to all GIMP resources, really), you have to hit the "Duplicate" button on a
desired gradient before you go into editing mode. Otherwise the editor will be
in read-only mode.
Numbers may not lie, but neither do they tell the whole truth.
Date: Mon, 25 Mar 2013 21:00:17 -0400
Subject: Re: [Gimp-user] gradient tool
I appreciate the responses, which led me to experimenting. I don't seem to
have the Gradient Editor. I guess it's time to upgrade from gimp 2.6. But
even if I did have the Editor, I can see that it's beyond my level.
Thanks all -- I'll keep playing with it.
using Linux, suse11.4
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