Re: [Gimp-developer] new interaction project starting...

Yes, I know of those, and they're nice to have too, but sometimes it's
quicker to just press a key and drag, especially if making big changes
to the brush size. Admittedly, it's really a detail, and probably
comes down to personal preference. :)

On Tue, May 15, 2012 at 9:16 AM, Olivier <olecarme gmail com> wrote:
> 2012/5/15 Ragnar Brynjúlfsson <ragtag ragtag net>:
>> Hi,
>> A very nice feature for people who use Gimp for drawing (like me)
>> would be to have brush size adjustable by simply holding a key and
>> dragging the mouse/pen anywhere on the canvas. This would then grow or
>> shrink the brush, and you could judge the size from the outline of the
>> brush as your drag. It's a quick and accurate way of adjusting the
>> brush size used. You can see this feature in Blender (go to UV
>> Editing, create New image in the left panel, and hold F and drag to
>> adjust the brush size).
>> The same could be applied to opacity, but is most useful for brush sizes.
> Do you know of the [ ] shortcuts for changing brush size, and < > for
> changing opacity? They don't even need you to move your mouse!
> --
> Olivier Lecarme

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