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English isn't my native language, so please: forgive me any mistakes.
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Mar
7
reviewed Reviewed Animated gif in PS only shows first frame
Mar
3
reviewed Satisfactory Is there a metric for “apparent” chroma?
Mar
3
reviewed Satisfactory How can I determine if my color QR code is reliably readable?
Mar
3
awarded  Critic
Mar
3
awarded  Custodian
Mar
3
reviewed Satisfactory Group paths into fillable objects/Join open paths in Illustrator?
Mar
3
reviewed Satisfactory Is there a way to script InDesign to read the EXIF information of a photo?
Mar
3
reviewed Needs Improvement How to create a smoothing photo effect in GIMP
Mar
3
reviewed Satisfactory Use fill/stroke with rounded rectangle that only has 3 sides in photoshop?
Mar
3
reviewed Satisfactory Layout with Tables - Hierarchy
Mar
3
reviewed Needs Improvement How to change patterns in a clip with an alpha matte version
Mar
3
reviewed Satisfactory How do I create a look & feel?
Mar
3
reviewed Excellent How would I know how good of a designer I am?
Mar
3
reviewed Reviewed Getting started with App-Icon-Design
Mar
1
awarded  Enthusiast
Feb
26
comment Fonts used by The New Yorker's iOS app?
@Drux I'm still surprised there are people not knowing it. :) Even tag description for "font-identification" you used clearly points to the WhatTheFont first.
Feb
26
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Feb
26
reviewed No Action Needed Is there a guide out there for printing and selling T-shirts?
Feb
26
comment Unicode character that conveys 'synchronization'?
@brnnnrsmssn I'd argue that using CSS for getting desired character is by far better way than suggested combined diacritics from Google Chrome, as it's far more robust when it comes to cross-browser support. CSS3 is by far more broadly accepted standard. Though obviously: If you don't use these for a website than there's no issue.
Feb
26
comment Unicode character that conveys 'synchronization'?
"They're characters that modify the character before them. They're used a lot in European languages" - European languages got their own characters. Noone is using combined diacritics like that.