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bio website sparr0.livejournal.com
location Atlanta, GA
age 32
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seen Apr 11 at 18:18
I am the typical "computer nerd", with skills in a number of programming languages and a wide range of computer hardware and software.

Apr
4
awarded  Teacher
Apr
4
answered Is there a printing press that can print a book directly from the RGB space?
Dec
16
awarded  Editor
Dec
16
comment How do you avoid license problems when using fonts in published works? (US Law)
The latter case, and non-electronic publication, are my concern. People have been sued for using unlicensed fonts on printed publications.
Dec
16
revised How do you avoid license problems when using fonts in published works? (US Law)
US law
Dec
16
awarded  Student
Dec
16
asked How do you avoid license problems when using fonts in published works? (US Law)
Dec
16
awarded  Supporter
Oct
8
comment Add exact color to texture
Also, to illustrate another important case, consider a texture that is mostly 25%-grey with a few white and a few black areas. If your chosen color is 75%-grey, what color should the white and black areas end up?
Oct
8
comment Add exact color to texture
So, the average color in the texture should match your chosen color. What sort of mapping should be applied between that average color and the other colors? That is, let's say the texture is mostly red with a few green areas and magenta areas, and your chosen color is blue. Should the texture-green areas be green or blue-green in the result? Should the texture-magenta areas be magenta or blue in the result? PS: I won't be able to give you a PS-specific answer, but if we can narrow down your precise requirements I can probably write an ImageMagick script, and someone else can adapt it for you.
Oct
8
comment Add exact color to texture
Can you elaborate on what you want this process to do? Do you want the lightest grey pixels to become your target color and the darker grey pixels to be a darker version of your color? Or should the average grey pixels match your color and the lighter and darker greys become lighter and darker versions of your color? Or should the darkest grey remain just-grey, and have a smooth gradient of application of your color between that and the lightest grey which is completely replaced by your color?
Oct
8
awarded  Autobiographer