Apollo702

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  1. @HyReZ You can show that you don't care by staying the hell off my posts! I won't post on yours and you stay off of mine. LEAVE ME THE HELL ALONE!
  2. I will say it once and that will be it. I will keep things hush-hush as a matter of policy and that is not going to change. I have seen other folks who perhaps owned a business- or had something that could have been misinterpreted, went into a forum and in their posts (probably inadvertently) gave out details that they perhaps should have held back and got accused of spamming. Perhaps they could have worded a thing or two differently and then the whole thing went sideways. I will stay mysterious because I am not going down that road. That is the last that will be said about this.
  3. Why are you so harsh with me? This isn't the first time. If some day I ran over your puppy and didn't realize it I am sorry! I gave a context on the high volume of web browsing that I do and the infrequency of the errors. It is about narrowing down the issue. Also, I have to state that I am here for the art- not for anything else- otherwise I would come under attack for mentioning the tech use out of context. In recent times I have grown art happy.
  4. For PM I never got the certificate issue. I can't help but wonder if it came from a fresh installation of it??? Do you run NoScript on any of(the compatible) browsers? As a side note; I probably wont ever go into detail about what kind of tech work that I do. I come here to talk about digital art. Just know that part of what I do is going on a ludicrous number of sites/pages a day and these script errors are rare. Right now my PM is down to 689 tabs and the only other (well known)site that gives it regular script errors is YouTube- and there may be an other extension conflict or two that I am soon going to experiment on fixing. It would be better if I didn't. It would be better if a senior member(perhaps you?) did it- and be prepared for the very special personalities of the PM developers... There is a chance that they may handle it well and beyond that I will say no more 🤐.
  5. At the moment I am on a backup computer with 2010 hardware. I will test it on the soon to be rebuilt main rig and report back. Also, I should point out that I get the hangs much more on the main index. If I were to refresh individual pages/topics(such as this one) they are much less likely to happen.
  6. That is a more precise description. I should have also noted that they tend to last in the ballpark of 10-15 seconds. As a side note(however helpful it may/may not be); My main browser is Pale Moon which I use for 99+% of all browsing. For those who don't know; it is long split off from FF and attempts to remain a true open source browser. The forum appeared to be very moody in it so I pulled it up in various backup browsers. For my crazy tech needs(that I won't get into here) I keep just about every browser installed for all kinds of testing/comparison purposes. If a site/page just can't work on PM I might try other browsers and see what happens. Lately, I had PDN Forum pages up in SeaMonkey- but the hangs seem to be the same. I also tested it out in FF(on the latest and a much older version) and the results were indistinguishable.
  7. It's on the page itself. Here is a partial screenshot of one from a refresh seconds ago:
  8. I want to learn some tips and tricks on edge shading!
  9. I have observed regular script errors from Invisioncic. They are triggered with near certainty when refreshing the page(s) on the forum. I have confirmed this behavior on 3 different browsers. Does anybody have any details, solutions, fixes...? If needed I also could provide copy and pastes from the script debugger.
  10. It still is some great information. I learned a lot!
  11. @Seerose Wow. You made yours funky!
  12. I loved the tutorials- but I had to do them a couple of times to get the results. When completed they looked great! Thanks! Having said that though, I think that there are a couple of missing steps and it likely would be best to switch the words "tap" to "hold." That would clarify part of it. Secondly, I am curious about trying this on more complex images. Many of the above images had relatively basic shapes against well contrasted backgrounds. An example is I have an image of a common ordinary garden room. I like rooms like this in real life because I am kinda plant happy. I started by duplicating, switching to the top layer and then starting CRE and selecting red(and just now experimenting with the other colors.) Since the wood in the roof almost has an orange to it I can't seem to isolate the red in the fern no matter how much I play with the sliders. So, my questions are: 1. Is it just not possible if the foreground object is too close of a color to the background? 2. And what about for complex objects with many contours(such as the fern.) Are there any tricks to manipulating these types of objects? Thank you in advance for any answers and ideas!
  13. I need to start watching more of these contests for inspiration! The things that you all are creating are 😮!
  14. Thank you! For many years I had no idea how much fun this could be!
  15. Here is my first attempt.