For quite some time...
- I've trying to figure out how to remove BREAK POINTS in the Gradient Tool.
Up to this point...
- I've been deleting the entire Gradient - and recreating the Gradient (after writing down the values)
---- What a PITA.
But... today the secret will be revealed.
(Side Note: We Need A Tongue Sticking Out Smiley Face)
I'm sure some people here already know this Gradient thing...
- but I'd bet NEWBS don't.
The Not So Good
In the same video (below)... you will see that I have 2 Gradients...
I cannot ADD BREAK POINTS to one of the two Gradients.
It doesn't matter if the Gradient is on top - or on bottom.
The difference between the 2 Gradients is
Gradient 1 / degrees #414141
Gradient 2 / 90 degrees / #(transparent).
If I make the 2nd Gradient Non-Transparent... or change the degrees ---- it doesn't fix the problem.
So it's not the Color of the Gradient (that's causing this)...
- nor the position in the Gradient list...
- nor is it the Degree (position of light source).
Anyone have any ideas ?