If the generated brush outline is too complex, turning it off for that brush
only, or somehow simplify more complex brush outlines would be a better
solution than disabling it altogether in the program settings.
I have created deliberately a brush, which outline slows down Gimp when
drawing. Is it OK to attach it (below 100 Kbytes)?
2011/3/2 Carol Spears <ca...@gimp.org>
> On Wed, Mar 02, 2011 at 03:02:30AM -0800, Carol Spears wrote:
> > On Wed, Mar 02, 2011 at 09:30:30AM +0200, Jeremy Nell wrote:
> > > What ways or tips will help speed up GIMP and maximise performance?
> > > Obviously, loads of RAM is a start, I guess. And a decent graphics
> > > (for rendering), yes?
> > >
> > > What other tips or tricks does anyone have?
> > brush outline can slow painting down even on fast computers. gimp-1.2 on
> > my 486 painted much much faster than gimp-2.4 - gimp-2.6 on this dual
> > processor giga-something ram thing. brush outlines are the culprit
> i was going to append this to tell how to "turn off the brush outlines" but
> instead, i am going to ask you to do something.
> can you tell me how long it takes you to determine how to turn off the
> outlines? it will be interesting to see what the "gui experts" man hours
> gotten for us.
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