Commit c92a3862 authored by William Skaggs's avatar William Skaggs

Bill Skaggs <weskaggs@primate.ucdavis.edu>

	* devel-docs/ggr.txt: fix incorrect statement, add note re SVG.
parent da66a8db
2004-08-25 Bill Skaggs <weskaggs@primate.ucdavis.edu>
* devel-docs/ggr.txt: fix incorrect statement, add note re SVG.
2004-08-25 Sven Neumann <sven@gimp.org>
* app/widgets/gimpmessagebox.[ch]: added gimp_message_box_repeat().
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......@@ -44,11 +44,18 @@ Field Meaning
The left endpoint coordinate of each segment must equal the right
endpoint coordinate of the preceding segment.
Note: This is a description of the *new* gradient file format. In
Note 1: This is a description of the *new* gradient file format. In
earlier versions of GIMP a different format was used.
Note: A few of the gradients that are included with Gimp are treated
as special cases, for which shades of gray are replaced with
Note 2: A few of the gradients at the top of the list in the Gradients
Dialog are special ones, for which shades of gray are replaced with
proportionate blends of the current foreground and background colors.
There is currently no way to make this happen for a custom gradient,
though.
These special gradients are not represented by .ggr files in the
"gradients" directory, and there is currently no way to get this
behavior for a custom gradient.
Note 3: Starting with version 2.1, Gimp now has the ability to load
gradients in SVG gradient format, if the file is placed in the user's
personal "gradients" directory, or some other location in the
gradients search path.
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