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  2. bryangreene

    OMG, I got a warning! Now what?

    I'm not yet.
  3. Have you seen the guidelines, it’s so vague you can apply it to any hobby.
  4. Not gonna lie, these icons are a huge step backwards on MacOS. The current icon fits with the "tilted rectangle" pattern of the Mac HIG, and the black background anchors the logo into a defined area, and limits the size to something comparable with other Mac OS icons. The new one is too large, ill-defined in a "floating" space of the transparent dock/launchpad/finder window, and there's not enough contrast to make the depth/3D illusion work. Here's hoping Microsoft makes a suitable version that fits both with Mac OS, and with the design language used with their Office/Professional apps for the final build.
  5. Those virusses are a decade old, they are harmless. And it's not like it's hard to obtain them anyway. Stop making mountains out of molehills
  6. Everyone is a smartass since Marcel Duchamp. Where can we find some of those gullible morons full of money to sell some more "art"?
  7. I've been called retarded by a lot of gamers online, I was expecting WHO to have found and diagnosed my illness
  8. Of course the industry would protest. Especially with many games intentionally designed to be addictive. Loot boxes, RNG, they know their games are designed from the get-go to draw people in and keep them there. This isn’t an industry secret, it’s a known problem with games today.
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  10. It seems extraordinary that they can't roll out something as simple as new icons across the Office suite in one iteration.
  11. The Stable builds will retain the current shade of blue, while Insider builds will get this teal coloured icon with the break on the right side. That's done to make it a bit easier to distinguish between normal VS, VS Code stable, and VS Code insider builds.
  12. It's official: gaming disorder is now officially recognised as an illness by the WHO by Muhammad Jarir Kanji 'Gaming disorder' - or an addiction to gaming - is now officially recognised as an illness by the World Health Organisation. The UN body has previously already listed the condition in the eleventh revision of the International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems (ICD-11) in January of last year. This week's congregation of the 194 members states at the 72nd World Health Assembly simply serves as the body rubber stamping ICD-11 and officiating the manual, which is set to go into effect starting January 1, 2022. The WHO classifies gaming disorder under its list of addictive behaviours, and defines it as follows: Gaming disorder is characterized by a pattern of persistent or recurrent gaming behaviour (‘digital gaming’ or ‘video-gaming’), which may be online (i.e., over the internet) or offline, manifested by: impaired control over gaming (e.g., onset, frequency, intensity, duration, termination, context); increasing priority given to gaming to the extent that gaming takes precedence over other life interests and daily activities; and continuation or escalation of gaming despite the occurrence of negative consequences. The behaviour pattern is of sufficient severity to result in significant impairment in personal, family, social, educational, occupational or other important areas of functioning. Following the WHO's intention to classify an addiction to gaming as a disorder, it was met with backlash by the gaming industry and lobbying groups affiliated with it, which deemed the decision a 'rushed action' and brought forth contradicting evidence and studies on the matter. Bodies like the Entertainment Software Association (ESA) also touted the economic, political, creative and academic benefits of gaming in protesting the WHO's decision. For its part, the WHO has decided to stick to its guns, and stated that the decision was "was based on reviews of available evidence and reflected the consensus of experts from different disciplines and regions." Source: | Image credit: Jamie McInall
  13. UK is the lackey of US Only because our government are clueless, come on they even allowing that nit of a president over here, I thought they would have learnt the last time he came over. There is going to be a lot of protesting, going to cost this country a lot of money to protect that nit, money that can be used for something better. Myself if he wants to come over here, by all means, he can, but he pays for all the protection.
  14. UK is the lackey of US It's what happens when your assess get kicked by the US twice (American Revolution, War of 18212), then saved in WWII. america only came into WWIi when they was bomb by the Japanese, other wise they would have stayed out and watched. As for saving our asses, for a small country we was doing ok and then when all was done you still got us to pay you back. Maybe we should charge the U.s for having our troops fight your wars. Oh yes, we also don't have as much friendly fire as you lot. With all the tech you are suppose to have, it should be perfect. The Arm chip was invented in this country and yet we still rely on American CPUs for our machines. This country used to be great and yet now we make very little and we take in far too many people, I blame the E.U
  15. Copernic

    Affinity Photo Beta

    Affinity Photo Beta by Razvan Serea Affinity Photo is a professional photo editing tool with all the power you’ll ever need. Live retouch tools work in real time and its speed means there’s no waiting to see your results. Non-destructive editing, raw processing and end-to-end color management are standard, so Affinity Photo has all the features required to make beautiful photographs spring to life. Affinity Photo comes with a huge range of high-end filters including lighting, blurs, distortions, tilt-shift, shadows, glows and many more. Correct and enhance images with Levels, Curves, Black and White, White Balance, HSL, Shadows and Highlights and over a dozen other adjustments that are previewed instantly and can be edited any time. Other features include raw image processing, PSD import and export, colour management, accurate adjustments, high-end controls for channels and masks, advanced layer handling, batch processing, focus stacking, and much more. What's new in Affinity Photo 1.7.0 Beta: Brushes Photo 1.7 introduces a new “sub-brush” mechanism, developed in conjunction with Paolo Limoncelli (DAUB® Brushes). This exciting feature allows any brush to have a list of other brushes attached which will draw at the same time. Each sub-brush has a fully separate and customisable set of dynamics. You can control when the sub-brushes are drawn and how they blend with the main brush. Symmetry (up to 32-way) is now supported - including on-canvas controls and optional mirroring. We have more symmetry features on the way - so stay tuned during the beta process. Wet edges and accumulation are now available on colour brushes and brushes with HSL variance. Brushes with multiple nozzle textures have always chosen the nozzle at random. In 1.7, the nozzle choice has a dynamic controller and ramp for greater control. All brush tools now support left and right arrow keys for rotation - a common feature request RAW The RAW processing engine in Photo has been rewritten - producing better results and improved performance. RAW files now load much more quickly. Re-implemented support for XTrans sensors. The denoise algorithm has been rewritten (to produce better results). Hot pixel removal is now automatically performed by the Serif Labs engine. Profiled lens correction are more stable, apply more quickly, and can be toggled in the Develop UI. The histogram in the Develop persona is now presented in the output colour space - as opposed to always being linear. Filters New “Procedural Texture” filter with advanced presets support. New “Voronoi” filter. Denoise, Clarity and Shadows / Highlights filters have been rewritten (using technology from the Develop Persona). More filters are now available as Live Filters - including the new Procedural Texture filter. Live filters have been rewritten to improve performance - especially when multiple filters are used in a document. Improved Polar to Rectangular and Rectangular to Polar filters. Adjustments The HSL adjustment layer has been rewritten. It now supports custom hue ranges, a new algorithm, new UI and picker controls. The Levels adjustment layer now supports output levels - a common feature request. The White Balance adjustment layer has been rewritten. The Selective Colour adjustment layer has been rewritten. PSD import / export of adjustments has been improved. The Vibrance adjustment layer has been rewritten. The Recolour adjustment layer has gained a lightness slider. Tools The Crop tool has been rewritten - it now supports resolution changes, absolute pixel size and has a much improved preset mechanism. The Sponge Brush tool now gives more correct / pleasant results. A general tools overhaul has been performed - providing editing of grids, guides, page origin, across multiple tools (not just in the Move tool) General “Alternate futures” for document history have been added. Traditionally, if you roll back the undo history then do something else all your changes after that point are lost. Photo will now display a small branch icon in the history tab when you do this. Pressing that button will cycle between all the different “futures” after that history entry - meaning you will never lose work you have done. HEIF images can now be loaded directly into Photo. If they contain a depth map, this will also be loaded as a second layer. Because depth maps are typically lower resolution than the main image, optional “smart” upsampling will be performed. A large number of new cameras are supported for RAW development (we will provide a list of the new supported cameras as soon as possible!). The batch process dialog now fully supports expressions for height and width - available constants are “w”, “h” and “dpi”. Photo now supports custom document presets - a popular feature request. A new blend mode - Linear Burn - has been added. New “Move inside / outside” commands have been added - useful for quick operations on clipping masks etc. The Hard Mix blend mode has been improved. New provider options have been added to the stock panel - support for Unsplash and Pexels. Both of these providers offer full-resolution stock imagery which is free to use. Metadata is now dynamically synchronised with your document - so if you resize then export, the values will be correct. Numerous text improvements have been made - including new features. Significant PDF import / export improvements and fixes. Added support for per-monitor ICC profiles (previously we only used the primary monitor's ICC profile) in the document view (controls still use the primary monitor's ICC profile, which will hopefully be fixed in the future). Affinity Photo Beta fixes: Fixed masks failing to show correct preview Fixed crash at startup Old documents with white balance, hsl, selective colour and vibrance adjustments should now render the same as before (in a legacy compatibility mode) Improved layout of Float All Fixed Layers panel to allow scroll while click-dragging to move layers Fixed potential crash when adding a HSL Layer adjustment Removed excess space after raster format descriptions in open dialog filter Removed EIP from supported filetypes (because it isn't) Fixed import of ABR brushes with random controllers Added Rasterise to Mask to context menus Fixed incorrect state when leaving certain personas (e.g. ToneMap) Added support for ICC profiles in Photoshop plugins Fixed crashes with batch processing Download page: Affinity Photo (10 Days free trial) Download: Affinity Photo Beta | 333.0 MB (requires a valid product key) View: Affinity Photo Homepage | Screenshot Get alerted to all of our Software updates on Twitter at @NeowinSoftware
  16. China is Huawei and the chinese are stealing tech and pirating everything. If Huawei is getting this beat-down.... its because they are chinese Racist much? Can you disprove his comment? The Chinese culture has different ethics than the western world. The Chinese believe the ends justify the means, regardless of how dishonorable it is [e.g. stealing tech which they do all the damn time]. It's not racist to point out a stereotype that exists because they literally ######ing do it every day. Disprove his racist comment? No, we are all on the same page that it was racist. How is it racist? Because he called out the Chinese? People with your poor ability to comprehend reality and properly debate are the reason that President Trump will win a re-election [and Brexit will eventually happen]. BTW, Chinese is not a race, asian is. Try again. Chinese are? Asians. Try again. I’ve had this idiotic conversation with you in the past. You aren’t any better than the poster. If you and the poster in question are feeble minded that you need to tar an entire people with the same brush, expect kickback. Lmao, don't take your delusion to a whole new level. What should i have said? whether you like it or not... Huawei is a chinese company and the chinese government is encouraging its people to steal and pirate. there is nothing racist about my original comment. the only racist here is the pretender you are. people like you are doing everything they can to hide their racism even when no one is accusing them. so they go about calling racism to things that are clearly not
  17. Speaking of Green, the green in the Microsoft logo looks off.
  18. DevTech


    What Computer Should I Buy to Make Games? This depends on the "Level" you are aiming at. But unless you always want to stay in the world of 2D 8 bit pixel type things, getting the best GPU you can is very important. My recommendation is a NVIDIA GPU in the 2XXX series. For tight budgets, I have a thread on best value GPUs here: <insert link> RAM SSD Asset Storage Asset and Render Pipelines
  19. The U.S. government computers under attack by their own tool, and through a vulnerability that has received a patch long ago? Sometimes I think Microsoft's decision to make updates mandatory was the right decision.
  20. No way will it be less expensive.
  21. Extremely idiotic! After everything those malware programs have done, some a** thinks it's a great idea to collect them all on one computer and then sell it! They can put whatever security they want, but that doesn't make it unhackable. Especially with physical access.
  22. Not the Trumpster?! If you're talking about the same guy I think you are, that guy is to stupid to know the difference between any kind of art and a virus!! Are bone spurs a virus? I can't believe this guy is even getting a bid, let alone that amount! I'm pretty sure we are dealing with "fake news" as the big boy would say.
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