>I'd have been testing it before the release, if I'd had the time to do
>so. Anyway, there's a few minor things I noticed. The stroke is not
>always properly displayed. When being dotted, you sometimes get dashes
>on one side of a rectangular. Moving or zooming helps to draw it
>correctly, though moving back or going back to the previous zoom-level
>changes it back to the wrong display.
Noticed that too. Please file a bug.
>Thank you for adding multicolor gradients! But please consider redoing
>the way you chose the colors... add a few arrows to the gradient display
>at the top that can be selected and moved around. When selected one can
>chose the color for that stop. a new stop is created by double clicking
>a stop is removed by dragging it out toward the bottom of the gradient
>Basically what it's look like is like the value selectors.
>I think what I discribed is how gradient in corel work, but I'm not sure
Of course. This was just the easiest UI to do quickly, "better than
nothing", compiled from existing UI elements. A more sophisticated gradient
editor should be built eventually.
>Anyway, I was also wondering how an excentric gradient as the one on the
>screenshot on inkscape.org is created, couldn't yet figure that out.
See the second item in the Tips and Tricks tutorial.
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