Gradient Editor

All gradients are edited using the common Gradient Editor. To access it, click on the thumbnail of the gradient that is loaded in the pop-up window or the Options bar.

Presets (A). You have several presets to choose from. If you want to load additional preset gradients, access them from the submenu (triangle icon). You can choose to replace the existing gradients, or append (add-on) to the loaded gradients. You can also load gradients that live outside the presets folder by clicking the Load button. There are several gradients available online, as well as with this book's DVD. You can also choose to save your own creations. The best place to store them is inside your Presets Folder (Application Folder> Presets>Gradients). This way they will appear in the submenu for faster loading.

Name (B). For ease of recall, gradients can be named. If you are having a particularly boring day, express yourself here.

Type (C). There are two gradients to choose from: Solid and Noise. Solid gradients involve color and opacity stops, with gradual blends in between. Noise gradients contain randomly distributed colors within a specified range. Each has a different interface and will be discussed separately.

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