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answered Winter Bash 2014 Graphic Design
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comment Winter Bash 2014 Graphic Design
The snow animation used on the Winter Bash home page is actually a rather fancy custom-written one by balpha; see meta.stackexchange.com/questions/213043/… and blog.stackoverflow.com/2014/12/winter-bash-2014. Relevant quote from the 2014 blog post: "Management gave us a clear mandate when it came to building new features into Winter Bash: We were not allowed to spend weeks on snow animation."
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comment Making backgrounds of animated GIF files transparent
Hmm... have you tried using the command prompt and specifying the full path to the gifsicle.exe? Or cd-ing to the folder you installed gifsicle into, and running the command from there? Or adding that folder into your %PATH%?
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answered Drawing in Perspective: Fit sphere into cube
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comment Why do two perfectly adjacent rectangles create black or white lines in between as if they were overlapping or not exactly adjacent?
@Lilienthal: I've never seen it; then again, the whole point is that you're not supposed to see it. I suppose one reason why the need rarely arises in practice is that most designers tend to avoid putting such strongly contrasting pure colors next to each other anyway.
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answered Why do two perfectly adjacent rectangles create black or white lines in between as if they were overlapping or not exactly adjacent?