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The Fountain Fill dialog provides some options common to the Property Bar and others unique to this box
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You can open the Fountain Fill dialog while a fountain fill is applied to a selected object and while using the Interactive Fill Tool by clicking the Edit Fill button in the Property Bar Or, with your object selected and while any tool is in use, press F11 The Fountain Fill dialog options that aren t available while you re using the Interactive Fill Tool Property Bar are listed and explained here:
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Color Wheel Rotation This option is available only while a two-color blend is selected You can choose to blend directly from one color to the other (the default), more or less jumping the hue cycle the traditional color wheel goes through, or choose Counterclockwise or Clockwise to blend between colors while cycling through a standard color wheel s colors, traveling around the outside edge of the wheel This might seem like a trivial option, but CorelDRAW is one of the few design programs that can shortcut through the traditional model of visible colors For example, in other applications, a fountain fill that goes from red to blue necessarily has to travel through green, somewhat muddying the fountain fill Not so if you choose Direct Blend here PostScript Options When a two-color fountain fill is selected with both the From and To colors specified as spot color inks, the PostScript Options button becomes available PostScript Options offer halftone screens of special fills to certain dot shapes Possessing PostScript level 3 capabilities, CorelDRAW X4 features an expanded collection of screen styles including CosineDot, Cross, various Diamond styles, various Double and InvertedDoubleDot styles, various Ellipse and InvertedEllipseA and other styles, Euclidean, Grid, Rhomboid, Round, Square, and Star shapes While any of these styles is selected, Frequency and Angle options are available in the PostScript Options dialog, enabling you to override default printing settings for your selected spot color inks, shown here:
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If you re unfamiliar with spot colors, it s the printing process used to add a color to packages, for example, that cannot be reproduced using standard press inks, such as that reflective silver logo on a box of cereal See 28 for the lowdown on spot versus process colors and a guide to commercial printing of your CorelDRAW work
Presets The Presets drop-down menu includes a variety of sample fountain fill types, colors, and positions; use them as they are or edit them to suit a specific need To select any of these, choose a name from the drop-down list While you re browsing the alphabetical list, a preview of the highlighted preset is displayed in the fountain fill preview window in the upper-right corner of the dialog Although the Presets list becomes available only when the Custom option is selected, a preset can contain any of the properties associated with a two-color or custom fountain fill color Add/Delete Presets The two small buttons to the right of the Presets drop-down list can save you hours of custom fountain fill creation time First, the button labeled with the minus ( ) symbol deletes your current selection from the list of preset fountain fills after presenting a confirmation dialog, just to ensure that you don t delete a factory preset by accident The button labeled with a plus (+) symbol is for saving the current fountain fill as a preset
To save your selected fountain fill settings, follow these steps
Saving Your Own Fill as a Preset
1 With your custom fountain fill colors and options set in the Fountain Fill dialog,
enter a name in the Presets box
2 Click the + button Your custom fountain fill is immediately saved alphabetically in
the list of available presets
3 Click OK to apply the saved preset and close the dialog 4 To retrieve and apply your saved preset to fill a selected object, press F11 to open the
Fountain Fill dialog, click Custom to view the Presets menu, choose your saved preset from the list, and click OK to close the dialog and apply the saved fountain fill
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