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Feature request
#1
Add the ability to make the cursor a color for greater visibility.
Sometimes it is hard to see. Smile
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#2
There are no developers on this forum. To the best of my knowledge, never even visit.

You need to go here: https://gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/gimp/issues/ register and request an enhancement / new feature.
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#3
(10-15-2018, 11:09 AM)dbuske Wrote: Add the ability to make the cursor a color for greater visibility.
Sometimes it is hard to see. Smile

Go here and download the Cursor with different colors http://www.rw-designer.com/cursor-set/di...e-pointers
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#4
It might assist the OP but it will only change the Windows system pointer.

The Gimp pointers are 'changed' in Edit -> Preferences -> Image Windows -> Mouse Pointers and are somewhat limited to Tool icon with/without crosshair. To change those post a feature request at https://gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/gimp/issues/

   
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#5
There was a paint program many years ago and made for the Amiga, later it went to windows and Linux it had one outstanding feature that I enjoyed the most.
It was the ability to "Paint On"/"Paint off" any special effect using left/right mouse buttons this "live effect" would be really nice to have in The GIMP, Paul Nolan of Idruna software wrote the program that did this when he was 15 years old it was called PhotoGenic's, last I saw Paul is still around doing high-end work with media outlets/photographers.

-RodneyLee
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#6
(05-13-2020, 11:39 AM)RodneyLee Wrote: There was a paint program many years ago and made for the Amiga, later it went to windows and Linux it had one outstanding feature that I enjoyed the most.
It was the ability to "Paint On"/"Paint off" any special effect using left/right mouse buttons this "live effect" would be really nice to have in The GIMP, Paul Nolan of Idruna software wrote the program that did this when he was 15 years old it was called PhotoGenic's, last I saw Paul is still around doing high-end work with media outlets/photographers.

-RodneyLee

How is that different from:
  • duplicate the initial layer
  • apply effect to the top layer
  • add a layer mask to the top layer
  • paint layer mask in white where you want the effect, in black where you want the initial, and in gray where you blend a bit of each
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