KColor is coming this Monday...

Alex Merry huntedhacker at tiscali.co.uk
Fri May 25 20:23:36 BST 2007

On Friday 25 May 2007, Matthew Woehlke wrote:
> Zack Rusin wrote:
> > Now moving forward to the blend method. I think it's a neat
> > addition. What I think is pretty silly is introducing another API
> > and another implementation on top of what Qt already does and
> > provides.
> I've been asking for months where to find blend() in Qt. No one has
> told me, and I haven't found one. Therefore I fail to see how you can
> say that Qt already provides this. In fact, since you subsequently
> give an example of how to implement blend() anyway, rather than
> referring me to an existing function in Qt, I can only assume that as
> far as you know, there is no such function in Qt.

I'm pretty sure that's not what Zack meant.  He meant the duplication of 
a color-representation class, and possibly the lighten() and darken() 
methods.  Hence the suggestion that there is a KGraphicsUtils namespace 
for blend().


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