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      Effect:Stripes, Vertical
      Category:Procedural Sources
      Speed:Fast

      Description: The Stripes, Vertical Effect creates stripes in the X (vertical) direction.

      Stripes, Vertical uses Color 1 and Color 2 for the Stripe and Back color. You can control which is used for which in the Options for the Effect.

      If you enable the Fit To Brush Option you will paint with the Stripes, Vertical Effect sized to your brush.

       
      Options: The Stripes, Vertical Effect has the following Options Pane:

      Strip Color 1:This is used in conjunction with the Strip Color 2 option. If Strip Color 1 is set to a Green Check Mark, it is used as the Strip Color. If Strip Color 1 is set to a Red X and Strip Color 2 is set to a Green Check Mark, Color 2 is used for the Strip Color. If both Strip Color 1 and Strip Color 2 are a Green Check Mark, Color 1 is used. If both Strip Color 1 and Strip Color 2 are a Red X, the color white is used.
      Strip Color 2:This is used in conjunction with the Strip Color 1 option. If Strip Color 1 is set to a Green Check Mark, it is used as the Strip Color. If Strip Color 1 is set to a Red X and Strip Color 2 is set to a Green Check Mark, Color 2 is used for the Strip Color. If both Strip Color 1 and Strip Color 2 are a Green Check Mark, Color 1 is used. If both Strip Color 1 and Strip Color 2 are a Red X, the color white is used.
      Back Color 1:This is used in conjunction with the Back Color 2 option. If Back Color 1 is set to a Green Check Mark, it is used as the Back Color. If Back Color 1 is set to a Red X and Back Color 2 is set to a Green Check Mark, Color 2 is used for the Back Color. If both Back Color 1 and Back Color 2 are a Green Check Mark, Color 1 is used. If both Back Color 1 and Back Color 2 are a Red X, the color black is used.
      Back Color 2:This is used in conjunction with the Back Color 1 option. If Back Color 1 is set to a Green Check Mark, it is used as the Back Color. If Back Color 1 is set to a Red X and Back Color 2 is set to a Green Check Mark, Color 2 is used for the Back Color. If both Back Color 1 and Back Color 2 are a Green Check Mark, Color 1 is used. If both Back Color 1 and Back Color 2 are a Red X, the color black is used.
      Number of Stripes:This value controls the number of stripes in the pattern. The higher the number the more stripes are drawn.
      Stripe Width:This value sets the width of the Color 1 Stripe. The higher the number the wider the stripes.
      Stripe Blur:This value sets the sharpness of the stripes. The higher the number the more blur is between the stripes.
      Fit To Brush:If set to a Red X the Effect spans the screen such that as you paint you reveal the Effect. When set to a Green Check Mark the Effect is sized to the brush such that as you paint the entire Effect is within the brush itself.
      Output Color 1:By default this is set to REPLACE which means that the set color will be output to Color 1. You can change this as explained in Options Pane Color Mixers.
      Output Color 2:By default this is set to IGNORE which means that the Color 2 will be ignored (the original Color 2 will be kept). You can change this as explained in Options Pane Color Mixers.

      Example: The following image shows the Stripes, Vertical Effect with its default settings and Color 1 set to white and Color 2 set to a dark blue:

      In this second image we have set the Stripe Blur to .5 making nice gradated bars:

      In this final image we have used the previous settings but set Number of Stripes to 30:

       

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