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Name of Gradient tool and Fill tool


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  • 4 weeks later...

Designer differs to Photo: you have a separate transparency tool (glass as symbol) which i would love to have in Photo. 
As Designer splits color from transparency into 2 tools, i think this deserves its own name.

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9 hours ago, NotMyFault said:

As Designer splits color from transparency into 2 tools, i think this deserves its own name.

As I understand it, this is not entirely accurate. Transparency tool is indeed a different tool, but the fill tool in Designer does the same thing as the gradient tool in Photo, including the ability to set the opacity of the color stops.

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Maybe there is another difference.

pixel based vs. vector based (for svg export)

 

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