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* Added option to control eraser width with a pressure sensitive input device.
 
* Added option to control eraser width with a pressure sensitive input device.
* Added thinning, caps and tremor options (as used for calligraphy tool).
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* Added thinning, caps, and tremor options (as used for calligraphy tool).
 
* New option to erase as clip, which allows the User to non-destructively erase (parts of) various types of elements, including raster images and clones.
 
* New option to erase as clip, which allows the User to non-destructively erase (parts of) various types of elements, including raster images and clones.

Latest revision as of 13:59, 2 May 2020

Message definition (Release notes/1.0)
* Added option to control eraser width with a pressure sensitive input device.
* Added thinning, caps, and tremor options (as used for calligraphy tool).
* New option to erase as clip, which allows the User to non-destructively erase (parts of) various types of elements, including raster images and clones.
Translation* Added option to control eraser width with a pressure sensitive input device.
* Added thinning, caps, and tremor options (as used for calligraphy tool).
* New option to erase as clip, which allows the User to non-destructively erase (parts of) various types of elements, including raster images and clones.
  • Added option to control eraser width with a pressure sensitive input device.
  • Added thinning, caps, and tremor options (as used for calligraphy tool).
  • New option to erase as clip, which allows the User to non-destructively erase (parts of) various types of elements, including raster images and clones.