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PineappleQc

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  1. Good job on the handle, it's particularly nice, however I would suggest you go easy on the curves, the shadows are a bit choppy. Keep up the good work!
  2. Here's a shameless bump to promote my updated stuff cheers!
  3. There's already a plugin that adds support for RAW Format, so of course you could take the long way of converting DNG to RAW and then oppenning them in paintdotnet... one thing is that these formats are not widely used, compared to JPEGs and others.
  4. a pineapple's so hard to draw, I'd like to give it a 3d look but I cannot achieve it with the leafs. I'd model it but I was never able to do it.
  5. a pineapple's so hard to draw, I'd like to give it a 3d look but I cannot achieve it with the leafs. I'd model it but I was never able to do it.
  6. gah, i'll have to reply to that when I find the time. and arguments, pshh.
  7. gah, i'll have to reply to that when I find the time. and arguments, pshh.
  8. flip, your website looks very good, especially understanding it's a wip, and the semi-transparent background is a good idea. The problems are, of course, that it has display errors when viewed in Internet Explorer, which is annoying for some users that do not have access to other browsers. (ie.: firefox is not installed, at school, etc.). Also, despite your background-table-colour, the text is still hard to read, and so what I suggest if for you to figure out a way to get a warp with the background arround the textbox, and make the textbox an opaque dark blue.
  9. flip, your website looks very good, especially understanding it's a wip, and the semi-transparent background is a good idea. The problems are, of course, that it has display errors when viewed in Internet Explorer, which is annoying for some users that do not have access to other browsers. (ie.: firefox is not installed, at school, etc.). Also, despite your background-table-colour, the text is still hard to read, and so what I suggest if for you to figure out a way to get a warp with the background arround the textbox, and make the textbox an opaque dark blue.
  10. oh, no thanks, I already had that on ubuntu and deactivated it, it does save time but I find it more important to keep only the interesting parts on the picture, so that the viewer does not have all you desktop clutter along with your 200px wide notepad window
  11. oh, no thanks, I already had that on ubuntu and deactivated it, it does save time but I find it more important to keep only the interesting parts on the picture, so that the viewer does not have all you desktop clutter along with your 200px wide notepad window
  12. 20 bloody extensions! I actually removed a couple of details off the default Opera config since I don't use panels and such. I am honestly totally sold-out to Opera, I think it's the most innovative browser, and of course it's a little hard to get used to it at very first, but once you know it well enough (a couple of days at most), mouse gestures, speed dial, the developper tools (which work FAR better than on any other browser), everything is wonderful. And since they are built-in, I find they behave better than most firefox extensions. The only problem with Opera is that not every website is decently coded, and I do happen, although rarely, to have a small display bug, or imageshack not loading the image the first time I click. But that's what is there for. I know not of many browsers that care more about the actual quality than retaining all it's own features à-la-microsoft. And I also like chrome, although more for it's slimness than it's usefulness and features. It's bars are great, but not handy. and I miss Dial-Up VERY much, since I hate it to display my most visited. It's already horrible enough google caches it all. But it's still faster than firefox or IE. That said, [first one = Opera Alpha 10, it's already great and it's still early] in that order, too.
  13. 20 bloody extensions! I actually removed a couple of details off the default Opera config since I don't use panels and such. I am honestly totally sold-out to Opera, I think it's the most innovative browser, and of course it's a little hard to get used to it at very first, but once you know it well enough (a couple of days at most), mouse gestures, speed dial, the developper tools (which work FAR better than on any other browser), everything is wonderful. And since they are built-in, I find they behave better than most firefox extensions. The only problem with Opera is that not every website is decently coded, and I do happen, although rarely, to have a small display bug, or imageshack not loading the image the first time I click. But that's what is there for. I know not of many browsers that care more about the actual quality than retaining all it's own features à-la-microsoft. And I also like chrome, although more for it's slimness than it's usefulness and features. It's bars are great, but not handy. and I miss Dial-Up VERY much, since I hate it to display my most visited. It's already horrible enough google caches it all. But it's still faster than firefox or IE. That said, [first one = Opera Alpha 10, it's already great and it's still early] in that order, too.
  14. mmh what do you mean, like it saves the jpeg file?
  15. mmh what do you mean, like it saves the jpeg file?
  16. i just realised, but by "it", i meant him / her. not a "it" as in "a purple monster". just for clarity
  17. i just realised, but by "it", i meant him / her. not a "it" as in "a purple monster". just for clarity
  18. oh. yeah, i did... ^sig flags as in the attraction park company? it owns montreal's La Ronde, so i've been there quite a few times. Not a great attraction park but it's very fun when there's light fog so nobody's there to keep you waiting in lines. v appreciates the simpleness of vectors
  19. oh. yeah, i did... ^sig flags as in the attraction park company? it owns montreal's La Ronde, so i've been there quite a few times. Not a great attraction park but it's very fun when there's light fog so nobody's there to keep you waiting in lines. v appreciates the simpleness of vectors
  20. haha, looks a lot like mine, except that mine has a linux theme instead of mac, and my doc is on the right side of the screen (autohide). Nice to see you're using SystemExplorer, it's been very useful to me in the past.
  21. haha, looks a lot like mine, except that mine has a linux theme instead of mac, and my doc is on the right side of the screen (autohide). Nice to see you're using SystemExplorer, it's been very useful to me in the past.
  22. I find Flash CS4 vectorizes much better than Inkscape, or at least for my needs. But my pineapple has never looks so good, I swear
  23. I find Flash CS4 vectorizes much better than Inkscape, or at least for my needs. But my pineapple has never looks so good, I swear
  24. I liked it... Most active topic: The Three Word Game. [ 38 Posts / 8.33% of your posts ] well of course it was a while back but still. Somehow it always came out to the same nouns, but i can't remember which...
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