20 comments

  • Andreas Larsen, 2 years ago

    I'm the creator of the plugin and only just created it this weekend. So I'd love to hear your feedback/suggestions :)

    12 points
  • Pablo StanleyPablo Stanley, 2 years ago

    This is super interesting, Andreas! I had never thought about using easing for gradients—really cool!

    We're just rolling out our API to build apps inside InVision Studio (where I work.) It would be dope to see something like this in Studio too—I don't know if you would be interested in building something like that :D.

    Check it out: https://www.invisionapp.com/studio/platform

    9 points
  • Remus Baltariu, 2 years ago

    This plugin sounds awesome, but I'm gonna be honest. I installed via Sketch Runner. I have one layer selected and I try to run the plugin. Nothing happens. Shame on me, but I don't know how to use this plugin. Maybe you should include a mini-tutorial on the GitHub page. The message I get: layer has only one fill and it's linear gradient. What I tried: layer to have no fills; layer to have multiple fills; What else should I try?

    4 points
    • Rob Johnson, 2 years ago

      Can't figure out how to get this to work either. Getting the same error message. Tried adding multiple stops, multiple fills, etc. Seems like it should be pretty straightforward but I have no idea how to get it to work.

      0 points
    • Mike ProMike Pro, 2 years ago

      Same here. Any solution for that?

      0 points
    • Nick Matarese, 2 years ago

      First create a shape and fill with a linear gradient (2 colors only). Then click the plugin to try it out.

      1 point
    • Andreas Larsen, 2 years ago

      Cheers, the people I tested it on all immediately got it to work so I thought a mini tutorial was redundant but I'll add one. I'll update the plugin and readme very soon

      Let me know if you got it to work?

      1 point
      • Powers Gray, 2 years ago

        I do exactly that and I get an alert that says "(rainbow emoji), (caution emoji) please check: layer has at least one enabled gradient fill." I'm on build 49.2.

        1 point
  • Account deleted 2 years ago

    That's awesome. Sketch's gradients have always sucked and this is much better. Thanks.

    3 points
  • Tejas PrithviTejas Prithvi, 2 years ago

    This is neat! Thanks :)

    1 point
  • Max K, 2 years ago

    Great job! Would be nice to have a plugin to ease shadow in the same way. Yes, I know it's not that easy : (

    1 point
  • Thomas Michael SemmlerThomas Michael Semmler, 2 years ago

    this truly should be part of the core functionality. Great stuff.

    1 point
  • Gage WrightGage Wright, 2 years ago

    Ahhhhhh this is exactly what I needed! Have a project where I need to put a fading gradient over images and almost ditched the idea because I couldn't get it to look right with the stock Sketch gradients.

    1 point
  • Luis da SilvaLuis da Silva, 2 years ago

    As I already said to you; Amazing work!

    You know what would be really cool? Having the option to edit the gradient, just by renaming the layer. That would super nice!

    0 points