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Old 08-04-2004, 14:42
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Hi,

It coul be cool a tool who break apart in pieces
an Object who contains a gradient fill (fountain fill).

The number of pieces of the broken Object
is the equivalent of the number of colors steps.

Is that doable?

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it is doable a tool who be able to create automatically a Palette Color
who contains all colors of the selected Object with a gradient fill?

Thanks
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Old 08-04-2004, 18:03
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I am not sure this is possible with a gradiant fill, but I bet you could do this already if you used a blend instead....then break the blend apart.

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Old 09-04-2004, 10:20
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Hi,

It coul be cool a tool who break apart in pieces
an Object who contains a gradient fill (fountain fill).

The number of pieces of the broken Object
is the equivalent of the number of colors steps.

Is that doable?
I'm doing it with export-import of an object to EPS Level1? but you should watch for the color mode? for example - you can have a gradient from Pantone1 to Pantone2, but you cannot make a fill of 40% P1 + 60% P2 with direct methods, or you can make a gradient from CMYK to RGB but it would separate to some one model and so on...

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it is doable a tool who be able to create automatically a Palette Color
who contains all colors of the selected Object with a gradient fill?
Thanks
Look for the commands CorelSCRIPT.CreatePaletteFromSelection and Palettes.CreateFromSelection in the documentation
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Old 24-04-2004, 12:10
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Guru_Boy_CDR,

What about turning it into a bitmap & then doing a trace on it?

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Old 25-04-2004, 00:31
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johndankey, that way is a bit long, no?

I have created for example a square,
I have apply a Fountain Fill of 5 diferents colors at 32 steps.

When I ’Create a Palette from Selection’,
DRAW only recognise the 5 colors,
not the all 32 gradient colors of my object.
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Old 25-04-2004, 10:21
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Guru,

Yep. Depends on how bad you want it, huh?

I'm still thinking for your example of a rectangle, that it would be easiest of all to do a blend.

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Old 25-04-2004, 14:34
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I think Lev's example of exporting a file to EPS and then importing it back through PS Interpreted filter would be the easiest solution. It will bring your fill as a set of narrow colored rectangles.

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