Thanks, darxus.

I have a suggestion, though. People really want to celebrate events this week, which maybe not by coincidence coincides with Gay Pride Week, and not in a couple of years when the new edition of GIMP comes out. You can make any GIMP add-on and circulate it on line, and see if it catches on.


Send me your script privately, and tell me how to use it, and I'll try it out myself. I feel like celebrating. It's been one of those our entire culture shifts completely in one week weeks.

By the way, Darxus, I know one doesn't normally do this, but I'm so sure you did NOT mean to discuss this only with me, especially as you specifically addressed yourself to someone else, that I'm posting it back to the list. I'm not the only one who thinks gradients grade, and I'm not who you wanted to tell they can use gradients to make their gay flag. This list is set up so you have to reply all to reply to the list, and that is so unusual I fail to do it half of the time.

Dora

-----Original Message----- From: dar...@chaosreigns.com
Sent: Saturday, June 27, 2015 9:45 AM
To: Dora Smith
Subject: Re: [Gimp-user] Can this gay flag gradient be added to releases of gimp?

There are a couple flag gradients included with gimp, I think one of them
was French.  Gradients can have hard edges between them.  I assure you this
gradient does exactly the thing you'd want.  With a click and a drag you
have a gay flag over your image.

On 06/27, Dora Smith wrote:
The gay flag has morphed into a flag with horizontal colored bars,
sometimes with another symbol or the 50 starts in the upper left
quarter.

The problem with gradients is that colors blend into each other, so
it wouldn't be clear that it is a gay flag.    Depending of course
on what creative use you might be using it for.

I'd suggest a stamp.

Or maybe it would be clearer if you post a link to an image of what
you have created.

The gay flag itself is very easy to copy.  Split your image into six
horizontal sections, and color them red, orange, yellow, green,
blue, and lavender or purple.   It's based on the gay version of the
rainbow version of Barack Obama's campaign symbol in 2008.

Dora


-----Original Message----- From: dar...@chaosreigns.com
Sent: Friday, June 26, 2015 9:56 PM
To: gimp-user-list@gnome.org
Subject: [Gimp-user] Can this gay flag gradient be added to releases
of gimp?

http://www.chaosreigns.com/code/dl/Gay-flag.ggr

I just made it, based on the colors from
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rainbow_flag_(LGBT_movement)
I'm pretty confident it's perfect.
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