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Can you adjust the steps in a signlab gradient?

Discussion in 'Signlab' started by mekazilla, Mar 26, 2009.

  1. mekazilla

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    I'm looking for somewhere I can control the steps in a gradient fill. I'm running SignLab 8 print/cut.
    thanks
     
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  2. JR's

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    What do you mean by steps.
     
  3. gps-hi

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    meka: I don't believe so. The work around would be to use the metamorphasis with the desired number of steps.

    JR: the number of intermediate colors between the end color points. A low number of steps would give you visible banding.
     
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  5. mekazilla

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    hmm, I couldn't find anything to adjust it.
    I have a file I was sending out to print and our printer mentioned that I change the gradient steps from 256(default) to 999 for best print.
     
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