Ego Eram Reputo

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About Ego Eram Reputo

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  • Birthday 11/03/1965

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    North Canterbury, New Zealand
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    Web design & graphic design. Chess, modelling, gaming & trail running. Fiddling with C#.

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  1. I have two versions of installed; Classic and Store. One is stuffed with plugins and the other is sparsely populated. I choose which I use depending on the task at hand. Rick has achieved a significant improvement in load time for large numbers of plugins
  2. I'm completely guessing - but where do you define $1? log(10^-8)*$1
  3. @systamaticss please ask your question in a new thread. As @HyReZ pointed out, this is old.
  4. I'd buy you a beer! Please video your presentation. I'd love to see it! The film wasn't much. Tom Cruise was the wrong choice to play BoltBait IMHO. 🤣
  5. Try changing the font metric. You have it set to Fixed (this may or may not change things as it depends on your image - it's worth a shot)
  6. I'd suspect a faulty mouse. It's behaving as if one of the buttons was held down.
  7. Planetoid to the rescue! Render your lat & long lines to the canvas, then run planetoid with all the layers turned off. Before: After:
  8. Happy Birthday Henrique! I hope you have a brilliant day! 🍰
  9. I hadn't considered Halftone over a gradient - excellent idea! Thank you both for your suggestions.
  10. I've been thinking about the background....and apart from a custom plugin, I can't think of an easy way to create the layers that compose it. YOUR MISSION: Tell me how would you create a line of filled circles that diminish in size from larger on the left to smaller on the right. Suggestions please! 😊
  11. There is nothing "out of the box" that is going to automate this for you. It's going to be a manual process. I'd start using the rectangle select tool and the Move tool to get the second image close. Then I'd use the Liquify plugin to distort the image until it fits the first.