thanks for your decent comments.
Am 16.02.2014 13:43, schrieb Michael Schumacher:
> You can index the image to a 1-bit b/w palette, but that won't matter
> much until you export. It should also be ok to just paint in black and
> white and worry about that later.
In good old Atari times, I had to "click" (by pixel toggling) my own
printer fonts letter by letter; bearing this in mind, I'd regard
Gimp currently not for the 1st choice for icon editing:
- there is no toggle mode for 1-bit-palette
- due to rounding, I assume, you have to click several times
until the current pixel gets black.
- If you use greyscale, soft pencil settings may lead to
unpredictable (fuzzy) results.
Next time, I'll have a try for greenfish . Don't get me wrong,
I am quite aware, that this kind of task is not exactly the
main target of GIMP, hence I dare not even file a bug report;
what do you think?
PGP/GnuPG: pub 1024D/E6DE0971
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