Em Sex 05 Set 2003 7:31 AM, Sven Neumann escreveu:
> Hi,
> "Joao S. O. Bueno" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > As I stated on the answer to Willie Sippel,
> > I liked the idea of the color picker tool to pick de alpha value
> > of a pixel. More specificaaly when c temporarily  called using
> > "control" while one is using another paint tool.
> > The alpha value of the pixel or region picked would them set the
> > "opaccity" of the tool one is using in the moment.
> >
> > I even suggested this as an enhancemnet at bugzilla (bug 121331).
> > However, people need to like the idea for it to be done.
> >
> > So, what do you think? Should the color picker pick the alpha and
> > set the opacity of the current paint tool, or not?
> I doubt that this would be useful in general. Actually I can only
> imagine workflows where I would not want the color-picker to affect
> the tool opacity. When doing retouching you usually set the brush
> opacity to some lower value in order to carefully apply some color
> where needed. While doing this you frequently pick colors from
> other places in the image. In most cases these places are opaque
> but you definitely don't want the brush opacity to change to 100%.
> You want to pick up the color, not the alpha value.

Hmmm...ok...Maybe "there is more than a way to use the GIMP".:-)
Of course I would not have suggested that it I worked in the way you 

So, here is my idea: we postpone this 121331 for 2.2 , and instead of 
automatically picking opacity with the color picker, change the GIMP 
in a way that thre is a current opacity, choosen as the alpha 
component of the current foreground color, and therefore, updated by 
the color picker. And in each paint tool, let there be added a 
checkbox that will make The GIMP use that tool opacity slider value 
or the Current Opacity, selected with the foreground color.

What do you say Sven?
And others, do you like the idea?

This is too much for 2.0 right now, anyway.
> Sven


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