michael chang <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

> On 8/6/05, Steven Woody <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>> Pasi Savolainen <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
>> more interesting, in the levels window, if i pick a point p1 as grey using 
>> grey
>> picker, then pick another point p2 as another grey point. in this case, what
>> gimp will do? i think there are two candidates,
>> 1, do adjust to make p1 grey, and from that point on do another adjust to 
>> make
>> p2 grey. the result will be: p1 and p2 are both natural grey.
>> 2, as if user did not click p1, gimp adjust p2 from scratch and simply forgot
>> what he did before.
> I believe it's case two, but I'm not sure.  That's what my experience
> has shown me.
> Otherwise, I'd imagine it was a bit odd.  Let's say P1 was <0,0,0>
> (black), and P2 was <255,255,255> (white)?  I don't think case 1 would
> even be possible. I could be wrong though.

in your case, i think, there is no adjusting is needed since r=g=b for both

> -- 
> ~Mike
>  - Just my two cents
>  - No man is an island, and no man is unable.

steven woody (id: narke)

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        - Once Upon a Time in America (1984)

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