> In #3, double clicking the gradient shows a dialog box titled "Gradient
> Selection" with an "Edit" and "Close" button.
You should make only one click on the choosed gradient to select it.
After that, you can safely close "Gradient Selection" box.
Then, among the usual tools, select "Fill" (looks like bucket, same
tool, that you use to fill selection with color). Doubleclick it and set
to "gradient fill". All other -- like in previous instruction :)
>> uel Angel Nacenta Sanchez wrote:
>>> 1.Create the image
>>> 2.Select all the background layer (right click on the image,
>>> choose select->all)
>>> 3.Select your chosen gradient from the gradient dialog
>>> 4.Double click on the color gradient tool
>>> 5.Select 'custom from editor' in the "blend" option
>>> 6.Click dragging the mouse on the image
>>> The result may not be what you wanted, but now it's time to try.
>> You shouldn't have to "select" to apply a gradient to the whole image.
>> This should work just fine without number 2 also.
>> Play with all of the options in the gradient tool options box, use undo
>> and try something else. And drag the mouse in different directions and
>> different starting points -- using all of the different options.
>> Gradients are fun.
>> Selection is very good when you need to fill smaller areas and shaped
>> areas with gradients. But it is quicker to just slap the gradient onto
>> the whole image, if that is what you want.
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