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Re: Stroke Path With Gradient (With Miter [sharp edges])

Post#36 by tim » 03 Oct 2017, 05:17


what does it say? I have a hard time making it out.
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Post#37 by RJKD » 03 Oct 2017, 09:18


That's an interesting font Pat, pray tell? 😖
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Post#38 by Issabella » 03 Oct 2017, 10:26


It may be "Metal Maleable? ;)
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Post#39 by Pat625 » 03 Oct 2017, 15:15


Close, Issabella. It is "METAL MACABRE". I chose it because of the points for this script. I don't know what practical use it has as it is too difficult to read!
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Post#40 by animicule » 03 Oct 2017, 15:50


Nice Jukebox OMG, the colored bars remind me of a childhood xylophone.
Everyone is getting nice outcomes with this script!
Here are examples of a modification to allow pointy lines on stars with
long 'arms' and narrow centers.
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Post#41 by oldmangrumpy » 03 Oct 2017, 19:13


Tin - I just went to look for a recent XCF file in my recent files document history and found it full of 'temporary svg' files (as shown below), which I presume come from running this script, as I have not seen anything like it previously.

If that is the reason they are there, is there any way of clearing those entries from within the script when it completes, in order to return 'recent files' to some level of normality?
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Post#42 by tim » 03 Oct 2017, 21:15


Sorry about that, I don't see a way to control what's already in the history other than clearing it all out or clearing entry by entry manually.

However, I created version 6 of script which will only create a single .svg entry per script run instead of multiple .svg entries (number of strokes entries) per run.
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