There are always some things hard to classify. There are four effects in Gravit Designer that do not fit in any of the six categories, although they are too preciuos to throw them away.
These gems were combined into the other category, which is the last option into the dropdown.
The mirror effect creates a vertical reflection with variable transparency along the Y-axis of the effect.
This effect simulates natural reflections of an object into the water, ice, glass, crystal, etc. It loses the opacity gradually towards the end of the duplicate.
You can control the opacity as well as padding and height through the mirror effect panel.
The opacity slider(1) controls the transparency of the reflection.
You can control the distance between the object and the reflection by typing inside the padding text field.
You can set a height of the reflection by typing inside the height text field. Use theand to increment the height value by step of 10.
The stroke effect creates a border around an object.
This border may vary in size, weight, and shape. You can pick up a color, change a position to either inside, outside or center. Finally, you can enclose it intoThe elliptical shape by toggling the elliptical radio slider(5).
The inner glow effect creates a radiance around an object.
The light from the effect is emanating towards the center of the object.
You can control the weight of the effect with the radius slider(1).
The intensity slider(2) controls the saturation and opacity of the effect. Low intensity makes the glow very pale and faint.
You can set a color by clicking on the color picker icon(3).
Oppose to the inner glow the outer glow effect makes the light to radiate outside.
Outer glow effect has the same interface as the inner glow.
You can control the spread of the glow by dragging the radius slider(1).
The intensity slider(2) controls both transparency and saturation of the effect.
You can select the color by clicking the color picker icon(3).