El dg 19 de 11 del 2006 a les 22:23 -0800, en/na Bill Kendrick va
> On Wed, Nov 01, 2006 at 01:57:07AM +0100, Pere Pujal i Carabantes wrote:
> > There are as well some few stamps made by me in
> > http://fornol.no-ip.org/linux/tuxpaint/stamps/index_en.html
> > Please, let me know if any of them can reach Tuxpaint.
> Ceratinly! Let me know when you are ready (if you wanted
> to add TXT, DAT, OGG, etc files.)
I have to rework them, but for now, there is some part of the advanced
stamps howto I don't fully understand. (1)
> In the meantime, I'm about to grab the archive you
> posted and incorporate them into the Stamps in CVS.
The png files can be reworked, and some of the sound files can be
cropped to avoid blank noise at the beginning and the end, and thus save
Hope I get the time...
(1) From the advanced stamps howto:
Set your drawing tool the paintbrush. For the brush, choose a small
fuzzy circle. The 5x5 size is good for most uses.
With a steady hand, trace around the image. Use black around the
outside, and white around the inside. Avoid making more than one pass
without switching colors (and thus sides).
As I understand now, if I begin with a image that has a Background, two
undeFined pixels and the Object, I should end up with a mask that has a
gradient from black to white at the edge of the object much more wider
than the original undefined pixels
resulting mask BBBBBbbbwwwWWWWWW
Is this the expected result or am I misunderstanding something?