On Wednesday 16 November 2005 11:55 am, Sven Neumann wrote:
> Hi,
> "Joao S. O. Bueno Calligaris" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > Unfortunattely, that only works for ".vbr"s - which stand for
> > "virtual brushes" - simple, algorithmic, brushes - which have a
> > basic shape (diamond, square, ellipse, all with N points).
> >
> > This is a missing feature for standard bitmap brushes. The code
> > is even there, but currently it is used only with pressure
> > sensitive input devices, and it lacks a UI for using with
> > ordinary mice.
> It doesn't make too much sense to scale bitmap brushes, does it?

IMHO it does. Why not?

See - I have this "digit" animated brush - just a set of 0 to 9 
numbers in some pretty font, sprayed in random order.  The brush size 
is just one, but depending on the desired effect, and the image size 
I am working on (for online viewing or for printing), I need a 
different size of the brush. With the current features opf the GIMP I 
need to make a new version of the brush for each size I wish to use 
There is a feature request in bugzilla about a Curves UI to control 
various brush variables - I hope we can implement that someday.


> Sven
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