A note about fillGradient and Co.

BNig niggemann at uni-wh.de
Sun Sep 27 16:20:12 EDT 2009


Richmond,
you might want to have a look at Scott Rossi's Gradient Explorer, it is a
beautiful instructional example of the working of gradients.
http://www.nabble.com/-ANN--Gradient-Explorer-td22280719.html
Also on RevOnline search for gradients and you find some example stacks.
It would be nice if Scott could put the Gradient Explorer on RevOnline
regards
Bernd


Richmond Mathewson-2 wrote:
> 
> Mark Wieder wrote:
>> Richmond-
>>
>> Sunday, September 27, 2009, 11:34:17 AM, you wrote:
>>
>>   
>>> and one finds out all sorts of surprising, and as yet,
>>> undocumented components to those graphic settings.
>>>     
>>> For instance, with fillGradient one finds these:
>>>     
>>> from
>>> mirror
>>> quality
>>> ramp
>>> 1.00000,255,255,255
>>> repeat
>>> to
>>> type
>>> via
>>> wrap
>>>     
>>
>> All those, with the exception of "ramp" where you specified the value
>> rather than the name, are very well documented. In the docs. 
> Not in the built-in documentation in my version of Studio dp-4.
> 
> Possibly in the PDF; but, frankly, that is a pain in what my Granny called
> the 'BTM" to like at whilst programming.
>> Look
>> under "fillgradient". And check out strokegradient while you're at it.
>>
>> Then have fun playing with changing the values.
>>   
> Fun ? What me ? Guilty as charged :)

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