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Dec
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comment How to construct a cube in 3-point perspective
That looks a lot like two point perspective. Three point perspective would have the 'vertical' sides converging at point 3.
Oct
23
revised What font and characters are used for the “line break” symbol used in Microsoft Word
making question more precise
Oct
23
suggested approved edit on What font and characters are used for the “line break” symbol used in Microsoft Word
Jun
20
answered How to delete text from gradient Photoshop
Mar
28
asked How to reproduce a “stamped type” effect in Photoshop?
Nov
28
comment What is the copyright of fanart?
(b) does seem to answer it. However, there may be court precedent which alters the interpretation of this law...
Dec
19
comment Which UI treament of a large photo is more successful?
Those extra 10 pixels aren't adding much to the image--and people will zoom in anyway if they want more detail. Keep your edges clean and even and it'll feel more polished.
Dec
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Oct
27
answered How to troubleshoot a design that doesn't “feel” right?
Oct
25
comment When using the blend tool in Illustrator, I get large white patches
Are you blending with a white portion of your image, rather than with a transparent part?
Oct
13
comment What aspects of HTML5 are replacing Flash?
To answer the question you asked before it got edited: Flash has historically been a bad security hole, and a processing power-hog. Try running a Flash game on, e.g., a slightly older Mac and performace sucks while the fans kick on max to try to cool the overloaded processor.
Oct
11
answered Deciding Theme and Colour Scheme For Trivia-Based Game
Sep
27
comment How to create a “zig zagged, jagged” effect with Photoshop?
Paste image, click "Sawtooth Edge" button...?
Sep
27
comment How to create a “zig zagged, jagged” effect with Photoshop?
Creating jagged / zig-zag edges takes one click. Three, if you include cutting and pasting from and back into Photoshop.
Sep
27
comment How to create a “zig zagged, jagged” effect with Photoshop?
Pixlr also doesn't have one-click borders. This matters when you make a lot of bordered screenshots the way I do. But hey, if you want to just do a bunch of extra steps, go for it...
Sep
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