Re: [Gimp-developer] Non-incremental painting
- From: Cedric Sodhi <manday gmx net>
- To: Alexandre Prokoudine <alexandre prokoudine gmail com>
- Cc: gimp-developer <gimp-developer-list gnome org>
- Subject: Re: [Gimp-developer] Non-incremental painting
- Date: Sat, 28 Jan 2012 17:51:40 +0100
Mitch & "Dude",
I did not ask for your generousity. I reported this flaw on the
bugtracker, was asked to bring it up on the list, did so, and, frankly,
don't give a tiny bit about how emotionally sensitive you are over it.
And if you are unable to discuss the point at hand and are only capable
of returning insults, be my guest, but don't expect any response other
than this because I've better things to do with my time than leading
this kind of stupid argument.
Anyone else willing to comment on the actual technical issue,
irrespective of how "arrogant" I sound or how much my "tone sucks", I'd
However, Michael is maintaining this list and "politely" asked me to
leave, hence, I will only reply to you in private for not to offend him
On Sat, Jan 28, 2012 at 07:39:35PM +0400, Alexandre Prokoudine wrote:
> On Sat, Jan 28, 2012 at 6:33 PM, Cedric Sodhi wrote:
> > If anyone can think of a usecase where that non-intuitive, unpredictable
> > painting mode is actually useful, please prove me wrong.
> > Until then, I interpret the mere existance of that painting mode as an
> > excuse to not admit one of the most serious flaws in gimp with regard to
> > painting.
> > To be blunt, as long as there is no way for a painter to properly
> > anticipate the color in which he draws unless he draws in short,
> > non-self-overlapping strokes (which, admittedly, is typical for
> > water-color et al), gimp may be a powerful graphics-editor but remains
> > nothing but a toy for painting (and all efforts related to painting such
> > as providing well-designed presets remain futile).
> Replacing lack of technical expertise with trolling doesn't work. Not
> everyone is as generous as las to spend two friggin hours explaining
> you how automation on MIDI events works, while facing your, frankly
> speaking, arrogant behaviour. The trick isn't going to work every
> time, and definitely not in GIMP lists.
> You are more than welcome to ask question and even question decisions,
> but don't expect everyone to just rush having a conversation with you.
> Alexandre Prokoudine
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