Tool Options Panel

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Revision as of 01:56, 8 March 2016

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The "Tool Options Panel" displays the options you have available to apply to the current tool you're using. For the tools that can create multiple layers at the same time the panel contextually display the available options for the selected type of layers.

The panel's icon is the current active tool is being used.

The values of the "Tool Options Panel" parameters are stored between tool usages and between SynfigStudio sessions, so you can reuse them as may times as you like.

This is the list of available options for each tool:

Tool normal.png Transform Tool

  • None

Tool smooth move.pngSmooth Move Tool

  • Radius (real number)

Tool scale.png Scale Tool

  • Lock Aspect Ratio (boolean)

Tool rotate.png Rotate Tool

  • Allow Scale (boolean)

Tool mirror.png Mirror Tool

  • Horizontal (boolean exclusive)
  • Vertical (boolean exclusive)

Tool circle icon.png Circle Tool

  • New Layer's name (text)
  • Create Circle Layer (boolean)
  • Create Outline (boolean)
  • Create Advanced Outline (boolean)
  • Create Region (boolean)
  • Create Plant (boolean)
  • Create Curve Gradient (boolean)
  • Link Origins (boolean)
  • Spline Origins at Center (boolean)
  • Invert (boolean)
  • Falloff (drop down list)
  • Feather (real)
  • Spline points (integer)
  • Point Angle Offset (angle)

Tool rectangle icon.png Rectangle Tool

  • New Layer's name (text)
  • Create Rectangle Layer (boolean)
  • Create Outline (boolean)
  • Create Advanced Outline (boolean)
  • Create Region (boolean)
  • Create Plant (boolean)
  • Create Curve Gradient (boolean)
  • Link Spline Origins (boolean)
  • Invert (boolean)
  • Expansion (real)
  • Feather (real)

Tool star icon.png Star Tool

  • New Layer's name (text)
  • Create Star Layer (boolean)
  • Create Outline (boolean)
  • Create Advanced Outline (boolean)
  • Create Region (boolean)
  • Create Plant (boolean)
  • Create Curve Gradient (boolean)
  • Link Origins (boolean)
  • Spline Origins at Center (boolean)
  • Invert (boolean)
  • Regular Polygon (boolean)
  • Feather (real)
  • Number of points (integer)
  • Inner Tangent (real)
  • Outer Tangent (real)
  • Inner Width (real)
  • Outer Width (real)
  • Radius Ratio (real)
  • Angle Offset (real)

Tool polygon icon.png Polygon Tool

  • New Layer's name (text)
  • Create Star Layer (boolean)
  • Create Outline (boolean)
  • Create Advanced Outline (boolean)
  • Create Region (boolean)
  • Create Plant (boolean)
  • Create Curve Gradient (boolean)
  • Link Origins (boolean)
  • Spline Origins at Center (boolean)
  • Invert (boolean)
  • Feather (real)
  • Make Polygon (action button)
  • Clear current Polygon (action button)

Tool gradient icon.png Gradient Tool

  • New Layer's name (text)
  • Gradient Type (drop down list)

Tool bline icon.pngSpline Tool

Spline Tool Options.png

This tool has the following options:

  • Name : The name of the Spline that you will create is set by the text input box. In this case it is "NewSpline007". This input text will parse the end of the string if any integer number is found, increasing that number for the next time you create other Spline. If not number is found it adds a three digit number for the next Spline created.
  • Layer Type : Whether create Region and/or Outline, Advanced Outline, Plant and Curve Gradient layers.
  • Blend Method : The blending method used to composite on the layers below.
  • Opacity : Sets the Amount for new layers. Defaults to 1.00 (Completely opaque).
  • Brush Size : Sets the size of the line for Outline Layer and/or Advanced Outline Layer.
  • Feather : There you set the feather parameter of the Region or Outline Layer created.
  • Link Origin : If enabled it links the Origin for the Plant, Region or Outline if two of them (or all them) are checked.
  • Auto Export : If checked it automatically exports the Vertices parameter (that's a Spline type parameter)


Tool draw icon.png Draw Tool

  • New Layer's name (text)
  • Create Outline (boolean)
  • Create Advanced Outline (boolean)
  • Create Region (boolean)
  • Auto Loop (boolean)
  • Auto Extend (boolean)
  • Auto Link (boolean)
  • Auto Export (boolean)
  • Pressure Width (boolean)
  • Local Error (boolean)
  • Min Pressure (boolean) & (real)
  • Spline Smoothness (real)
  • Max Width Error (real)
  • Feather (real)
  • Fill Last Stroke (action button)

Tool cutout icon.png Cutout Tool

  • Local (real)
  • Global (real)
  • Feather (real)

Tool width icon.png Width Tool

  • Growth (real)
  • Radius (real)
  • Relative Growth (boolean)

Tool fill icon.png Fill Tool

  • None

Tool eyedrop icon.png Eyedrop Tool

  • None

Tool text icon.png Text Tool

  • New Layer's name (text)
  • Multiline Editor (boolean)
  • Size (2D vector)
  • Orientation (2D vector)
  • Family (text)

Tool sketch icon.png Sketch Tool

  • Show Sketch (boolean)
  • Undo Last Stroke (action button)
  • Clear Sketch (action button)
  • Save Sketch As... (action button)
  • Open a Sketch (action button)

Tool brush icon.png Brush Tool

Brush Tool Options.png
  • Eraser check box. When checked, the brush act has a rubber.
  • Display the set of configured brushes (MyPaint brushes format). By default, synfig is installed with a selected set of brushes from "Concept Design (C_D)" pack by Ramon Miranda.
    From the Preferences Dialog, you can configure the "Brush Presets Path" to use other brushes package (for example the ones listed by MyPaint)

The "Brush Tool" uses the color of the Outline Color and the Brush Size set in the Toolbox to paint.

Tool zoom icon.png Zoom Tool

  • None


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