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A specialist tool that Inkscape offers is found next in the Toolbox: Create Diagram Connectors. It has an icon that looks like a collection of small boxes, but its cursor is a crooked arrow. Imagine that you re using Inkscape to create a flowchart. This tool helps you draw lines between objects that are automatically updated when those objects are moved. To use this tool, mouse over the first object to be linked. A small square with a black outline is visible in the center of the object, which turns red when the cursor is directly over it. Click the small red square, and then move the mouse to the center of the second object to be linked. When the small square at the center of the second object turns red, click that to make the connection (see Figure 4-21). Despite the position you just clicked, the connecting line doesn t go from center to center; instead, it goes from the boundary of the first object to the boundary of the second.
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Figure 4-21. The Create Diagram Connectors tool requires you to mouse over an object and click when the small square in the center turns red. The Create Diagram Connectors tool doesn t add arrowheads to the lines automatically. To create these, you have to look at the Stroke Style tab of the Fill and Stroke dialog, and select a start marker and an end marker (see Figure 4-22). You can also use a mid marker, if your line is a long one. Up in the Tool Controls Bar, buttons let you set how the connectors route around selected objects in the document, as well as the ideal connector length, spacing, and arrangement.
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Figure 4-22. Use the Start Markers and End Markers drop-down menus in the Fill and Stroke dialog to add arrowheads and tails to your connecting lines.
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Next is the Create and Edit Gradients tool, which has an icon that looks like two connected boxes on a greenish gradient background. Its cursor looks like these connected boxes in black and white, only vertically aligned. This tool is a little different from the drawing tools, because it doesn t do anything on a blank document. You have to select an object or path a box shape, for instance and then put a gradient inside it. It doesn t have to be a continuous path to have a gradient fill, but it must enclose at least some space you can t put a gradient next to a straight-line path, any more than you can use a normal fill with it. Using this tool is straightforward. Click inside the selected object or path where you want the gradient fill to start, hold the mouse button down, drag to the point where you want the gradient to end, and then release the mouse button (see Figure 4-23).
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Figure 4-23. You can use the Create and Edit Gradients tool to specify the start and end point of gradient fills.
Selecting Colors from an Image
The final tool in the Inkscape toolbox is Pick Colors from the Image, which has a pipette icon and cursor just like the similar tool in the GIMP (see Figure 4-24).
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Figure 4-24. The Pick Colors from the Image tool fills the currently selected object or path with whatever color is under the pipette cursor when it s clicked. There s a crucial difference from the GIMP s color-picker tool, however. Inkscape s color picker doesn t set the active fill color in the Fill and Stroke dialog unless at least one object or path is selected. When you make the color choice with the pipette cursor, that selected object or path gets filled with the color you just chose. If multiple objects or paths are selected, they re all filled with the chosen color so you should use this tool with caution. If you fill the wrong object or path with color, there s always the Edit Undo option (keyboard shortcut Ctrl+Z).
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