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TechnoRobbo

TR's Snow Flake Maker v 1.0.3 (Dec 19th 2014)

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TechnoRobbo's Snow Flake Maker


Yeah, it's a silly Idea but someone had to do it. I've seen other fractal snowflake maker but they lacked realism so I tried to come up with a different system. Also I've have the flu and needed something to do.


 


Menu: Effects->Render


 


v1.0.1+ Adds realtime control and enhances color fade


Plugin Browser Data and Preview added


v1.0.2+ adjusted for Netbooks


v1.0.3 HDPI friendly


 


https://www.dropbox.com/s/yy5glhtj0bvgyff/SnowFlakeMenu.png?raw=1


 


 


Snow Of Venus


SnowOfVenus.png?raw=1

TRsSnowFlakeMaker.zip

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Great idea! - I had thought there could be a need for something like this. (downloading now).
 Very seasonal! Thanks. :beer: B)

 

Works really well - hope you're felling better soon too (hot whisky, lemon and honey works for me ;)).

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Thanks Red, I just need rest but I'm still finishing my holiday shopping

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Thanks heaps! Flu is no fun. Green Ginger Wine works for me. Tastes good too.

 

Glad you are a bit better. Have fun shopping. :D So much to see!

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Thank you barbie, I'm trying the lots of pizza cure

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Nice work. Normally, Ginger and lemon tea works well for me. I hope you get well soon.  =O

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Hello TR and thanks. Get well and do not forget the good old chicken soup.


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Thank you ,ReMake, Pratyush and Eli. 

 

Nice Turkey, Eli.

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From cold to hot. I was about to make a Big Bang but suddenly remembered the bengal sticks I used to burn during Christmas..

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@TechnoRobbo! This is very interesting plugin. Excellent. Thanks, much appreciated.  g7n4v6ox.gif

 

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Thanks for another great gift TR. Will explore in more deatail at the weekend B) Get well soon too, we don't want a cold turkey at Xmas :D

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v1.0.1+ Adds realtime control and enhances color fade


Plugin Browser Data and Preview added


 


V 1.0.1+ Ready for Download


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@TechnoRobbo! Awesome plugin. Thank you so much and respect for hard work. hax5ai9x.gif

Here is my new version: (V 1.0.1)

 

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Hello. :)
I finally got around to trying out this plugin. It seems really neat. But, is it supposed to look like this?

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Hello Cc4FuzzyHuggles. This is how it looks on my PC using your settings. Notice that size and rotation of your flake is also not the same as mine.

snow-look-4955cd5.png

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Hello.  :)

I finally got around to trying out this plugin. It seems really neat. But, is it supposed to look like this?

 

No, not at all.  I'll look into the issue tonight 

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uploaded Version 1.0.2+   adjusted for Netbooks


see if this fixes your woes


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Thanks for trying. But I'm sorry to report that it didn't help.

Here are my system specs:

Hidden Content:
Application paint.net 4.0.5 (Final 4.5.5454.39504)
Build Date Sunday, December 07, 2014

Hardware accelerated rendering (GPU) True
Animations False
DPI 120.00 (1.25x scale)
Language en-US

OS Windows 7 Service Pack 1 (6.1.7601.65536)
.NET Runtime 4.0.30319.18444
Physical Memory 1,790 MB

CPU AMD Athlon II X2 215 Processor
Architecture x86 (32-bit)
Process Mode 32-bit
Speed ~2700 MHz
Cores / Threads 2
Features DEP, SSE, SSE2, SSE3

Video Card AMD 760G
Dedicated Video RAM 253 MB
Dedicated System RAM 0 MB
Shared System RAM 639 MB
Vendor ID 0x1002
Device ID 0x9616
Subsystem ID 0x360017AA
Revision 0
LUID 0x00008A46
Flags None
Outputs 1

  Edited by Cc4FuzzyHuggles
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DPI 120.00 (1.25x scale)

Language en-US

This is the problem. If you adjust the screen to 1X  (96 DPI) the program will scale nicely. Let me see if I can defeat the issue graphically.

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In order to solve this I switched my display to 120 DPI and it was driving me CRAZY!!! But I did solve it.


 


Version 1.0.3.+ high DPI friendly ready for download


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Congrats! You took on the challenge and it looks like you beat it. Things look the way I think you intended them to look (like Eli's screen shot). :)

Just out of curiosity, is high DPI a bad thing or good thing?

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Just out of curiosity, is high DPI a bad thing or good thing?

 

I've read cases for and against - but some folks say that HDPI maybe unnecessary and others rave.  I personally don't have an opinion.

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