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Am Samstag, den 15.04.2006, 11:57 -0400 schrieb bulia byak:
> On 4/15/06, Nicu Buculei <nicu@...> wrote:
> > > That is interesting, but can you provide a few examples of the
> > > specific effects you'd like to see?
> > If I understand correctly Ted's proposal, is not about effects on or as
> > bitmaps, but simple editing: brightness, contrast, maybe crop.
> We already have generic "crop" (clipping) which applies equally to
> bitmaps or vectors. Similarly, we must have a generic
> brightness/contrast/color adjuster which will work the same on ALL
> objects, including bitmaps. I have detailed plans on how to do it, so
> this may be another SOC project with me as a mentor.
You are right, it's really important to have as much as possible in
vector. But there are a lot of things you still need for direkt
manipulating bitmaps. Off cause I'm not interested in making Inkscap an
bitmap editor, that's Gimps job. So what I'd like to see is an SOC
project for implementing a verse plugin you will be able to edit your
bitmaps in Gimp and see changes in real time in Inkscape.
The nice think is, that there is all ready a Verse Gimp Plug-In (To edit
textures e.g. in Blender.) and just the Inkscape part is missing.