Just a precision on my previous post: to change the length of your dash, 
play on the radius value, but keep it under 20 or you won't get a straight 
line (over 20 it will thicken in the middle)
Denis McCauley

>Date: Sat, 31 Aug 2002 10:44:41 -1000
>From: Denis McCauley <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>Subject: [Gimp-user] Re: Drawing Dashed Lines (new user question)
>Hi Joel
>In the brush selection dialog select "new" and you'll get a box showing a
>basic brush and 4 sliders.
>For your dashed line leave the radius at 10, set hardness to 1 (to give the
>brush hard edges), set the
>angle to whatever you want (0=horizontal, 90=vertical), and put the
>width/height ration to the max.
>Overwrite "untitled" with whathever name you want then close the editor.
>The brush will be in the brush selection dialog. Set the interval you want
>and go.
>Denis McCauley
> >From: "joel grimes" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> >Date: Sat, 31 Aug 2002 09:13:01 -0700
> >Subject: [Gimp-user] Drawing Dashed Lines (new user question)
> >
> >How do I draw a simple dashed line?  I can see that by setting the interval
> >for my brush I can make a dotted line, but none of the brushes produce
> >dashes.

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