Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #51, comment 4


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Jan 18, 2017, 4:43:51 AM (6 years ago)
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  • Ticket #51, comment 4

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    1313* If you want a linear gradient in linear RGB, you convert the colors from image colorspace, do the linear interpolation, and convert them back.
    1414* So, to me there are two parameters here, and they should be represented individually : the assumed colorspace of the image, and whether the gradient should be calculated in image colorspace or linear RGB. 
    15 * I consider this a simplification, as it means the image colorspace can go in the same dialog that selects dimensions and pixel scaler, and the choice of mixing is simply between 'image colorspace' or 'linearized'
     15* I consider this a simplification, as it means the image colorspace can go in the same dialog that selects dimensions and pixel scaler, and the choice of mixing is simply between 'image RGB', 'linearized RGB'..
     16* Additional colorspaces usually, IME, have an implicit preference (LAB, LCH, HSY imply linearized RGB, for example. Whereas HSL/HSV imply image RGB)
     17* I think that is more cleanly factored. Hopefully you agree.
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