A note about fillGradient and Co.

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

you might want to have a look at Scott Rossi's Gradient Explorer, it is a
beautiful instructional example of the working of gradients.
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

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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