New Layer Defaults

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==Default Interpolation==
==Default Interpolation==
Sets the default {{l|Waypoints#Interpolation|interpolation}} of new waypoints. Initially this is set to {{l|TCB}}.
Sets the default {{l|Waypoints#Interpolation|interpolation}} of new waypoints. Initially this is set to {{l|Clamped}}.

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Brush Colors

This section of the palette contains two large overlapping squares - the one in front is the "Outline Color" (previously called foreground color), the one in back is the "Fill Color" (previously called background color). When you are creating a layer of only one color, the "Outline Color" is always used. When you create a region and an outline simultaneously, the region is given the "Fill Color". The current gradient fill defaults to dynamically between these two colors. Clicking either will bring up the Colors Dialog to select a new color.

In addition to these two controls, there are two smaller controls located in the corners between them.

The arrows on the upper-right side swap the outline and fill colors. Swap colors icon.png

The letter R on the lower left reverts the outline and fill colors to their default of black and white respectively.

Brush Size

Sets the size of the line for new Outline Layers. If you are using the Draw Tool, this sets the maximum size that the line will be based on pressure sensitivity (on graphic tablet).

Default Blend Method

Sets the Blend Method for new layers. Defaults to By Layer Default.

Default Opacity

Sets the Amount for new layers. Defaults to 1.00 (Completely opaque)

Current Gradient

Used by the Spline Tool when creating a new Curve Gradient layer. Also used by all Gradient layers as their fill. This defaults to a gradient between the "Outline Color" (previously foreground color) and "Fill Color" (previously background color). Clicking this will bring up the Gradient Editor Dialog

Default Interpolation

Sets the default interpolation of new waypoints. Initially this is set to Clamped.

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