Is it possible to get non-linear interpolation for gradients? Like in animations...

  • Qt gradients provide multiple stops, but don't seem allow to specify the transition curve from one stop to another. Or maybe I am missing something? It seems like a pretty significant feature to be left out, considering every graphics application out there provides at least basic control over that.

    I guess it would be fairly easy to implement basic "weight" by creating in-between stops and adjusting their positions to shift the weight, but a far more powerful solution would be to have the option to specify already existing curves or custom, much like it is with animation interpolation.

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