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About Zagna

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    2016 Movie Guru
  • Birthday 12/01/1985

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    Rovaniemi, Finland
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  1. Paint.NET and Printscreen

    PicPick can do that, just set as external program and parameter <%f>.
  2. While transforming the .fi help Keyboard + Mouse from raw html to markdown syntax, I was reminded of one shortcut that was never possible and noticed an annoyance in another. Line options are nicely next to each other and brush size is a key of its own so Ctrl works on it just fine. On a .fi keyboard, Line start and mid are where they are nice but for end you have to go Shift+7. And Brush size is AltGr+8 or AltGr+9 and with AltGr, Ctrl can't be chained at all so no +/-5. Looking through QWERTY - Wikipedia there's few keyboards where Line options don't line up while most keyboards duplicate US layout. "-" for line end would work for scandinavian keyboards and Ö/Ø+Ä/Æ for brush size. But other layouts...? Opinions?
  3. Copy and Paste 4.018 Bug

    Layers oddity? Part Deux Layers oddity? 33 1/3 I tried again this time with 3 layers and doing only a single up/down layer move instead of 2 and moving with both clipping modes. It's weird.
  4. Copy and Paste 4.018 Bug

    At about 0:14 when I click the mode button multiple times and the outline changes a tiny bit, even though it is well outside the active selection. Not real flicker but just weird otherwise.
  5. Copy and Paste 4.018 Bug

    What I find weirdest is that the outline that's left behind and is outside the selection, "flickers" when switching between selection clipping modes.
  6. Copy and Paste 4.018 Bug

    Layers oddity? I tried playing with selection clipping mode... and it's weird?
  7. Copy and Paste 4.018 Bug

    Repros. After each time I move the layer up and down it leaves behind less and less pixels. Left to right, 4 separate times it left behind pixels. Thick on first, thinner on subsequent. Repros in 4.0.19 also, around the 5th or 6th move the pixels are hard to see anymore.
  8. TV Show Discussion Thread

    First eps of Star Trek: Discovery.... were super serious and proper Star Trek material, beautiful visuals and epic scenario... mostly boring and predictable. And the season preview at end of episode 2 spoiled everything about the rest of the season... I have no excitement to watch rest of it. It'll be a great show to watch but meh... The Orville on the other hand, totally bizarre, refreshing and fun to watch. Crazy scenarios in every episode so far and all the cameos yet to happen Dark Matter canceled I wonder how season 4 would've even gone with the crazy season 3 finale.
  9. Irfanview has a very nice Save for Web plugin that allows resizing and automatic quality dropping, color reduction and other things to get an image down to a desireable file size.
  10. High Res Icons

    And set some basic guidelines. For that Paste I had a 256x256px SVG with a grid set to 4px. Line width set to 8px and rounded corners. Colors I chose at semi random. All that tracing over the bitmap. Paste was really easy since it is all straight corners without any abstract features. I imagine that things like Cut or Print are more complex. A template .svg could be used.
  11. High Res Icons

    I was thinking 200 icons over several months with couple people doing it wouldn't be that impossible... I even tried to do Paste and.... my 15 minutes of work didn't really amount to much
  12. High Res Icons

    We could just do it? Fire up Inkscape and start doing them... What... only 100-200 icons and it could be done to a repo of some sort? Sure quality wouldn't be professional but I would imagine with enough work it would look good enough.
  13. Levels bug Pretty easy to reproduce, speed didn't matter for me at all.
  14. On Mac

    Closest is the inspired pinta.
  15. This sounds like a job for... Sticky Keys! Windows has support for keeping Shift down for situations like this.