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Multi Color Gradient

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romein, can you please put a [serializable] attribute on any custom Types you are using in the EffectConfigToken, so that this plugin can be compatible with ScriptLab?

That would make homemade C4Ds a breeze.

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I was working on a 3dsmax scene a few weeks ago, and went outside to have a smoke, when I looked up and saw this beautiful sunset (a deep blue transitioning to a fiery orange) and thought that would be a perfect background. Well after about 15 layers in PS I got it right and thought " there's got to be an easier way ". This is it. Thank you. Regardless of what the naysayers and complainers say, you've done a wonderful job.

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I was working on a 3dsmax scene a few weeks ago, and went outside to have a smoke, when I looked up and saw this beautiful sunset (a deep blue transitioning to a fiery orange) and thought that would be a perfect background. Well after about 15 layers in PS I got it right and thought " there's got to be an easier way ". This is it. Thank you. Regardless of what the naysayers and complainers say, you've done a wonderful job.

Who's saying nay? The plugin is wonderful as is, bit that doesn't mean it can't be improved. :wink:

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Is it possible for this plugin to be compatible with colours with transparency, so it has an additional alpha setting for the colours?

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Hi, this is an excellent plugin but missing one of those gradient effects particularly "conical". Can this be possibly added?

Edited by jackfrost

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Is anyone else having this trouble with the Multi Color Gradient Plugin with v.4.0.12?

 

It's not filling properly :/.

 

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Edited by Pixey

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2 hours ago, toe_head2001 said:

As a work around, you'll have to keep pressing Ctrl+F until the whole canvas gets filled.

 

Dear Toe_head2001!  <3

 

I have tried. You're absolutely right. Ctrl+F pressing. Thank you so much.  :cake:  :coffee:

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5 hours ago, toe_head2001 said:

As a work around, you'll have to keep pressing Ctrl+F until the whole canvas gets filled.

 

Thank you VERY much for that tip - as long as it works, pressing C+F will do me fine :).

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Doesn't work without Control+F for me.

Pretty handy once you know the secret.

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unfortunately the ctrl + f solution doesn't work if you're trying to make a transparent gradient, the duplicates will just overlap. shame that a pretty useful plugin from nearly 10 years ago doesn't work as intended anymore, i wonder what broke it?

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