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Simon Brown

CannedBrush 1.5

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In this update I have practically resolved the performance issue and have decided to remove the "beta" label.

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Why is it called CannedBrush in somel areas and CustomPatterns in others?

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Why is it called CannedBrush in somel areas and CustomPatterns in others?

I have fixed the heading, the forum section title will not change as "CustomPattern" is the name given to one of the resources used by the plugin. If you find any more places it is called "CustomPatterns" please notify me in this thread.

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Hi I don't use gimp so not sure what exactly this does. any pictures/screen shots of the actual plugin in use?

ciao

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It is similar to the custom brushes plugin, however, instead of asking the user to click where they wish the brush to be placed, it asks them to select a brush and also a "pattern" image which defines the location the given brush is to be placed.

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I have now posted a pattern tool plugin to simplify the creation of patterns for CannedBrush.

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Hey! That lets you draw with a gradient, like GIMP! That is some of the best functionality GIMP has that PDN doesn't! Make a plugin for that! Please.

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[spoilers][/spoilers]

Hey! That lets you draw with a gradient, like GIMP! That is some of the best functionality GIMP has that PDN doesn't! Make a plugin for that! Please.

Could you explain what you are talking about?

Edit: The concept of a brush that gradually changes colour?

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Go into GIMP if you have it. There is an option called "use color from gradient" that lets you say, if you took a linear gradient, draw in black, which slowly gets lighter, then resets to black once it gets to white. Linear reflected and such are smoother. If you still don't get it I'll upload an img. (I'm good with GIMP)

EDIT: And what's with the spoiler?

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Cool! PDN is becoming more and more like GIMP every day!

Hidden Content:
I don't know what GIMP is.

What's GIMP?

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Depracated
From Wiktionary, the free dictionary

Deprecation:

In computer software standards and documentation, the term deprecation is applied to software features that are superseded and should be avoided.

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