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comment Photoshop: Is it possible to display ONE style of a font in the drop down?
Because Adobe's software is notoriously rather rubbish for this, people often a) use 'font management' software for browsing fonts (e.g. Mac, Windows, Linux), and b) often uninstall fonts they don't/won't use to make their font lists more manageable.
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comment How to Force Update of All InDesign Links (Even Ones It Thinks Are Current)?
Have you tried changing one file then alt-clicking the "update links" button? That's supposed to update all links
Jan
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accepted How to set Balance Ragged Lines as a paragraph style?
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comment Shading an SVG shape using control points
I don't know much about Inkscape - how about, when you find something that works, you post a simple step-by-step of what you did? Looks like there's a lack of Inkscape gradient mesh resources.
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comment Shading an SVG shape using control points
Sounds like you're describing gradient mesh - not sure if that exists in Inkscape yet though.
Dec
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comment How to easily round corners on non-rectangle shapes?
That's the technique I used to create the example in the question. The trouble with it is, there's no straightforward way to get what that answer calls segment "C" the same length each time, especially when the angles are different.
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comment What are the best practices for dealing with desired line breaks in responsive web design?
Mystery downvote... I guess someone really doesn't like jQuery
Dec
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comment What are the best practices for dealing with desired line breaks in responsive web design?
I'd imagine that's the "algorithim" described at the start of the readme file. Basically, they're just saying they used jQuery for easier cross-browser compatibility.
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comment What are the best practices for dealing with desired line breaks in responsive web design?
No idea, but the GitHub page includes a description of how it works. Sounds like it just uses the DOM searching and basic manipulation stuff, so you might be able to get away with just using Sizzle (the selector bit of jQuery) then patching up the element manipulation stuff as necessary. But that could easily spiral into a LOT of work...
Dec
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comment Best way (efficient and nice output) and best software to ink comics digitally
...but before shelling out more money, I'd suggest trying the very last thing in that answer (pressure-sensitive Illustrator art brushes), which is also pretty good. Then buy the plugins if you want that, but better. I'd also suggest considering gradient meshes for the colouring.