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Disciple of Bears

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  1. Yeah that seems to have worked for the account I wanted to recover, which makes this account irrelevant. Thanks!
  2. I can't log in normally; I haven't been able to since at least October. I can easily recover my account via email and change the password, but the issue persists. I have had to change my password twice today and a few times in the past for previous lockouts. I've copied it from my list of logins directly, tried entering my password manually and very carefully, both with my email address and username. No luck. Being able to reset my password multiple times has mitigated the chance that this is an "oops, didn't write it down correctly the first time" issue. Having Chrome save my password automat
  3. @PixelArt Set smoothing to jagged and make sure you use a brush that has no soft edges at all -- I'm not sure any default brushes do. I included an example above (though uploading the screenshot here probably converted to JPEG and softened the edges). PixelArt, is this what you mean by "pixel perfect"?
  4. I believe Rick is layout groundwork for adding tablet support, but it would be helpful to get a peek into which tablet brands will be supported so I can replicate that in Brush Factory. It's my understanding there is no standard interface for accessing tablet data with pressure sensitivity, stylus tilt, etc., and each brand of tablets (Wacom, Huion, and others) will have a separate API for it, which is why knowing the supported tablet matrix would be useful. Since this isn't my area of expertise, I may be wrong. Thanks in advance.
  5. Correct, I just repeated that test; this time it worked. It's probable I just entered a typo or something silly. Perhaps reading in a bit, but the way you mention "according to the setup" makes me think these questions can be adjusted. I would advocate switching questions; I'd be more than happy to create some questions for you that should catch bots and not people. I'll avoid the philosophy. Bottom line I think this test will catch humans too, it certainly caught me and I am human
  6. My mistake, I read two threads and absent-mindedly thought this was the one that mentioned being ported to VS. Whoops!
  7. Incidentally the inversion of RGB HSV and alpha can be done with the Channel Ops plugin, although the 'contrast' versions of each channel aren't a concept there.
  8. The best, laziest solution would be to add horizontal rules (separators) between each mini group for visual distinction. Could also do this: red red contrast hue hue contrast alpha blue blue contrast saturation saturation contrast alpha contrast green green contrast value value contrast Or organize like this: red red contrast blue blue contrast green green contrast ...
  9. Wondering if Rick has any control over the sign-up questions, but they're fairly bogus. Example: First of all, a serious answer would be 'spammer'. So I was wrong on first try. 'dog' was wrong on the second try. 'a spammer' was wrong on the third try. ...and I finally got it with 'a dog'. I doubt many new users would run that gauntlet 4 times; the site is probably barring a lot of new users, and I don't mean spammers. These questions are just bad, plain and simple. The answer is logically wrong, frustratingly exact ("a dog" not just "dog") and worse yet, it's static. As in,
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