ok thanks I finally found that. Playing with the fade length helps, but it
still doesn't behave like "Color from Gradient" in 2.6. What should be in
the text box to the right of the icon? I sit here with gimp 2.8
on my desktop and 2.6 on my laptop, same two colors, and I can't get 2.8 to
make a smooth gradual transition like 2.6 does. I'm trying different
settings in the text box to the right of the icon. "Fade tapering" seems to
get the closest.
On Mon, Nov 17, 2014 at 10:22 AM, Gary Aitken <a...@dreamchaser.org> wrote:
> On 11/17/14 07:49, Helen wrote:
> > But there is nothing in the matrix that says says Color from Gradient.
> > closest thing I can find is Random color. In gimp 2.6 there is a
> > for Color from Gradient and it makes a graceful
> > predictable gradual flow from one color to another. Can we still do
> > in 2.8?
> Hmmm, on my 2.8 version it's item #5 in the drop-down.
> In the matrix, it would be row 4 (color) and column 7 (fade).
> Are you seeing something different?
> > On Mon, Nov 17, 2014 at 1:43 AM, Olivier <oleca...@gmail.com> wrote:
> >> 2014-11-17 0:11 GMT+01:00 Helen <etter...@gmail.com>:
> >>> I used to know how to paint with color from gradient. Various help
> >>> say hoose the dynamics Color From Gradient, but I haven't been able to
> >>> find
> >>> that option. How can I use airbrush with Color from Gradient?
> >>> Thanks,
> >> When the airbrush tool is selected, look in its options in the bottom
> >> part of the window. Click the icon on the left of "Dynamics" to open the
> >> menu of available dynamics.
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