[ANN] penTool 0.3.2h [with scalable gradients]

Alejandro Tejada capellan2000 at gmail.com
Wed Aug 1 19:04:47 EDT 2012

Hi Mark,

Mark Wieder wrote
> It's almost verbatim what I do in glx2 to allow unlimited undos. The
> adaptations are the elimination of script-editor-specific things like
> saving and restoring the scroll and field selection.

glx2 is one of the most extraordinary examples of smart coding
using the best features of this development platform.


Many Thanks for supporting this editor and sharing it's source code.

By the way, I posted this image in my answer to Monte Goulding:

The number of points of each one of the polygon graphics in the top row
is exactly the same: 129 points using 32 segments for each bezier curve

In the second row the number of points for these five graphics is,
respectively: 404, 733, 415, 404, 444 using 256 segments for each bezier

It's a waste of computing resources to use 256 segments to show a smooth
curve on the screen. Now, we need code that renders the bezier curves with
the exact numbers of segments to avoid the waste of calculating duplicated


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