Image to gradient

Registered by tbnorth on 2008-08-05

Useful gradients could be generated quickly from images if it was possible to draw a path on top of an image (typically a straight line between two nodes) and then sample the colours in the image under the path to define a multi-step gradient.

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It occurs to me, minutes after writing the blueprint, that the combination of the gradient editor and the dropper tool really makes this feature unnecessary. It might be useful if a particular project required pulling a lot of gradients from images, as I suspect some catalog layouts do, but generally the gradient-editor + dropper combination works well for this.

5/AUG/08 Pajarico: I actually find this feature interesting. Maybe as a submode of the gradient tool?

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