On 26-1-2012 16:59, Valerie wrote:
Weird behavior to report:
1. Make a powerstroke (example: triangle in)
2. Make a duplicate (ctrl+D)
3. Move some of the nodes of the second powerstroke
4. Modify the width of the second powerstroke
Behavior: the width of the first powerstroke gets modified as well.
This does not happen if you select and move the second
powerstroke with F1 before modifying its width.
This does not happen with ctrl+C.
This is a more general bug that duplicating does not fork LPEs. There is
a setting for forking behaviour for gradients, so I will have to add it
for LPEs too. Perhaps if I forget about it too long, you can add a bug
report about it and assign it to me...
I was trying to trying to do easy eyelashes by making one
powerstroke the shape I wanted, duplicating it, moving the end
slightly and modifying the width slightly (to have a bit of variety).
I was also trying to do some sketchy effects with the same
You can also do eyelashes with the stitch sub-paths effect (and paste an
eyelash shape as stitch path). But then you cannot do width
variations... perhaps a good addition to stitch sub-paths LPE...