GIMP has quite a few features that are not very much visible to end-users and sometimes downright difficult to make obvious. Doing basic math calculations in the input fields is one of them. Basically, you can write '2467+7893', press TAB, and GIMP will compute the sum for you. So I did a video about this feature with slightly more details than that :)
We've been asked if we could quickly implement new features in #Liberapay so that it could replace #Bountysource, which has been doing shady things. We can't and we don't want to. Encouraging people to pay for a specific issue to be solved is problematic, it creates bad incentives instead of providing stable funding for the proper maintenance and development of a project. If you still think bounties are a good idea, then you can try to revive https://freedomsponsors.org/
Just have published a quick video about the Vignette filter update and the new Focus Blur / Variable Blur filters in upcoming GIMP v2.10.20 (to be out really soon now). This is a very basic intro for now, all this new stuff clearly deserves a more in-depth coverage!
By the way, I hope the tilt-shift part wasn't too distracting. I think I really had to point out we are talking only about a subset of what the real gear can do :)
@n8 @KnowPresent@mastodon.sociacorrection - it was Hermes that repeatedly mangled unicode input, not DHL.
DHL is unable to deliver parcels to my real name in Germany (they accept unicode in online forms and mangle it badly when printing own labels).
Modern passports with RFID chips use ASCII as the electronic encoding for the holders name. On the photo page my name is printed both properly and transliterated to ASCII (in the base64 looking blob along the bottom).
I'm a basic #unicodetestcase
Seeking feedback from color blind/deficient people on https://pippin.gimp.org/ametameric/
A terminal color scheme constrained to be near de-facto standards while providing internal contrast for for dichromats and contrasting text for all colors on both black and white background.
If this works well it can be used as a decent default palette; allowing color vision deficient operators to see contrast in TUIs and syntax highlighting using default colors.
Don't you ever think that open source software activism is not a "real world" issue
"Hospitals Need to Repair Ventilators. Manufacturers Are Making That Impossible"
Missing /dev/audio? Piping of raw 8khz 8bit ulaw audio data gets integrated with terminal escape sequences and gains network transparency with https://github.com/hodefoting/atty
Join us at Libre Graphics Meeting in a few months in Rennes, France.
The Norwegian public broadcaster NRK is showing 9 days of continuous video from Svalbard these days, to mark the 100th anniversary of the Svalbard Treaty. https://www.nrk.no/presse/programomtaler/svalbard-minute-by-minute---slow-tv-1.14869773
The more I think about it the more I miss Libre Graphics magazine http://libregraphicsmag.com/
Well, if you have classes that include quizzes on button positions, you have bigger problems than program names. 😿
I am all for forking, just won't recommend this fork for a few years. If it will be still around in a year or two, good.
Also please stop being this antagonistic I am not even against glimpse and you. 😅
I want a bot that crawls reddit and locks issues temporarly whenever somebody posts them in order to mob and harass the developers.
@utzer yep belongs to me, the luggage must have snuck aboard your van while I was away for swims and caffeine. See email for some potential chaos-post parcel drop points. :)
Let's be fair to #theyoungpeople who think that a floppy disk is a weird symbol for a "save" icon: lots of us have known/said that that was a terrible metaphor choice for decades; the UI-design committees stuck with it anyway. Because they don't like rockin' the boat.
@avolkov the illusion is dependent on the area the image covers in your visual field, so even at full size it probably works if you move some distance away from he screen.
A write up about and small gallery of results for the now titles "Color Assimilation Grid Illusion" I discovered last week that vent viral:
@penguin42 the whole illusion works better when the image is scaled down or at an distance; the coloring of the gray behind the red parts also work better if you look at other parts of the image, zoomed in and staring it breaks apart for all colors.
Fine art student lost in study of code as both medium and catalyst for new tools and techniques. http://pippin.gimp.org/
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