On Thu, 25 May 2006 11:18:02 +0900 Carsten Haitzler (The Rasterman) <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > On Thu, 25 May 2006 11:48:27 +1000 David Seikel <email@example.com> > babbled: > > > On Tue, 23 May 2006 23:47:00 GMT "firstname.lastname@example.org" > > <email@example.com> wrote: > > > > > In the meantime, evas grads could also be enhanced in > > > various ways. Here are some that I would like to add sometime > > > soon: > > > 1. Loading grads from a file - ie. support for whatever > > > file formats may exist, or may be defined, for describing types > > > and/or spectrums for gradients. > > > 2. Support for some other kinds of fill geometries. > > > 3. Add a new kind of gradient object: "multi-gradients". > > > These are 'gradients of gradients' (just as a simple gradient > > > spectrum is defined by a sequence of colors and weights, these > > > are defined by a sequence of simple-gradients and weights). > > > > > > If anyone has any suggestions/comments/ideas, or whatnot, > > > related to 'gradients'... :) > > > > I think inkscape, gimp, and a few others have been working on > > standards to allow dragging and dropping things like gradients > > between their applications, so have a look at the work they are > > doing. > > like ".grd" files that can describe a gradient? :) I'm not sure of the details, this is recent work and someone gave a talk about it at my local users group a few weeks ago.
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