No honor? No pride?No honor? No pride?4 years ago in Personal More Like This
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:iconohnoesplz:The new possibility on to start a donation pool is almost a dumb feature.More amd more people send notes or beg on the artist's pages for points.Mostly these are people you don't know, who never faved or commented anything you've made.
1 point is one cent. Will they really sell their pride for 1 cent? Just wondering.
The next step is to sell their souls. There are some guys on DA who sell their faves, features and comments for points.For 200 points, they fave your complete gallery, give you a feature and watch you.Is this the way should work? I don't think so.Can someone really be glad about faves he bought?
DA is a commercial page, and that's okay.But it shouldn't have so much "commercial" users.
I don't mean the users who start a donation pool to upgrade their groups.This is something that
Status as of AprilLet's see...Status as of April2 years ago in Personal More Like This
-The music video is still unfinished, but it's around 2/3 done now. There are no deadlines for this project, since I'm out of school now.
-I become almost inactive over on Somnova Studios, but I will be back once I become less booked.
-Just a few more animations to do for the Kontrabida team, and I'll be done with the current batch.
-deIz 1.5 is still cancelled.
-Draw with Me prequel/sequel is far from finalized, story-wise.
-iOS game is still abandoned, especially that I have no iPod Touch anymore.
-Bank account is still looking unappealing. But it's slowly getting pretty.
And that's all...
Exciting news are exciting.
my 2 cents on name changeits an awesome option, so thank you DA for thatmy 2 cents on name change2 years ago in Personal More Like This
however, if you have created a reputation on your on-going name, and this is particular important for those of you who are looking forward to create a bigger fan-base, think carefully before you change your name.
i dont speak for everyone, but i know that when i look at comments, my order of reading is this, their icon and then their name
theres been a couple of times that i failed to recognize a friend's comment because they changed their icon, so even the icon is a big deal if you are trying to make a name for yourself, its really like they say, a picture is worth a thousand words.
now if you change both your name and icon, its a pretty damn risky thing. I know DA sends your watcher a notice about name change, but you also have to know that there are lazy bastards like me who would fail to see those things when i'm distracted.
if you have created a name on the internet as, for example:"emerald-dragon" on DA, and people from
Welcome *SusanCoffey!Welcome *SusanCoffey!3 years ago in Personal More Like This
This just in:
We are so excited about this! DeviantART’s very own SusanCoffey has agreed to be one of our special ambassadors hosting the festivities from Comic Con 2011! Ms. Coffey will be conducting interviews with artists from the dA community and beyond while filing reports straight from the show floor of Comic Con 2011 to all of you around the world.
Susan Coffey will be joining us at dA HQ Hollywood for a day before the show to help us get ready as we pack our gear, grab our capes, have our tracking chips implanted and otherwise prepare for the intergalactic expedition into the ecstatic that is Comic-Con.
Almost time to fire up the atom-scrambler and teleport down to San Diego!
1M Downloads & GithubThis day marks a special milestone of achievement for the developers of Omnimo. A humble project that started almost two years ago reached one million downloads today. Most of you probably don't know that this project was supposed to be much smaller. When I came up with the early concept in the middle of March, I intended it to have approximately 12 panels and several text items.1M Downloads & Github2 years ago in Personal More Like This
Omnimo: The Beginning
Nothing more. However, shortly after the concept, Xyrfo joined the project. And with our combined passion and ambition, as well as with some help from others, we managed to create the biggest Rainmeter suite ever. Xyrfo did some amazing stuff for the project. Things without which it would just remain but a dream of a madman. But he did it! For that, he deserves no less recognition than I do.
And of course, we would like to thank the community for all the support! You guys are awesome! Nothing motivates doing a project better than to see people use and enjoy the product. W
What Win8 Should Look LikeNot made by me.What Win8 Should Look Like2 years ago in Personal More Like This
How correctly install GDIPPHi, i receive a lot of messages by people who want install GDIPP( cause GDI++ is crappy!!), so here is the good way:How correctly install GDIPP3 years ago in Personal More Like This
➊ Install GDIPP 0.7.6 in Registry( not in services, you will see it during the installation) , download: http://code.google.com/p/gdipp/downloads/list
➋ Copy the 2dll's in "C:\Program Files\gdipp" to "C:\Windows\system32"( for 64 users: 4 dll's: "sytem32"( for 64 bit dll's)+"syswow64"( for 32 bit dll's) ), like: http://img11.hostingpics.net/pics/423903436372Capture.png
➌ Restart( done)
Edit ( 12 oct 2012):
Now, i use 0.9.1 version, it works better and no replacement of dll needed ( only install it and go..!), if you use Firefox or other: uncheck "material acceleration..." in Firefox ( or other) options!!
If some characters look a little craps in some applications: make an exeption in "C:\Program Files (x86)\gdipp\gdipp_setting.xml" with your notepad.
You're Not AloneWatch depthRADIUSYou're Not Alone4 months ago in Art Features More Like This
“Sometimes we lay aside our own troubles when we wipe away another's tears.”
Is no longer alone
his life is not easy; a winding, sometimes whimsical, sometimes tragic journey that ultimately finds terminus in the same common destination for each of us. No matter the brave, fierce constructs we build and serve that would have us believe we are each one of us all alone as we make this journey, we make our way toward the end of all things side-by-side in our community of the living each day defying death. Our paths may be wildly divergent—the way of the hungry and impoverished traveling the same timeline with the grotesquely indulgent, the very best of us side-by-side with the most evil of us; but all hea
Pseutro 1.1.0 Beta 2A few changes have been made. Grab the new version here.Pseutro 1.1.0 Beta 21 month ago in Personal More Like This
• Improved styling of bottom section of panel UI
• Fixed colour of split menu button labels when pressing the drop arrow section
• Fixed spacing of items in bookmarks menu
• Added nav bar overflow icon
• Miscellaneous bug fixes
• Added compatibility for Firefox 31.0
• Developer tools use the default theme code
• Nav bar overflow menu items have no hover or pressed effects and are misaligned
• Notification close button is not inverted
• There is no sidebars icon
• Customise UI needs work
• Downloads button displays incorrectly at times
New Category - xWidgetI was surprised to find that this category didn't exist yet.New Category - xWidget5 months ago in Personal More Like This
This is no longer the case, thanks to :iconMoonbeam13: we have an appropriate category for xWidget
Customization > Skins & Themes > System Monitoring > xWidget http://www.deviantart.com/customization/skins/sysmonitor/xwidget/?order=5
We're moving xWidgets to this category now, you might get some notes
Info: XWidget is a free desktop customization platform. It’s light, handy with powerful visual widget editor and very smooth animations.
Official website: http://xwidget.com/
(Oh and before anyone asks, no, I'm not abandoning Rainmeter)
Thanks, if there are any concerns about the customization sector, please let me know in the comments!
Colorlicious 1.2 ReleasedGet it here.Colorlicious 1.2 Released9 months ago in Personal More Like This
Changes since 1.1
• Completely overhauled UI
• Added Mac compatibility (including full retina display support)
• Added partial Linux compatibility
• Numerous miscellaneous bug fixes
At least one of you at some point is going to ask for an option to colour the actual window itself in OS X. Unfortunately this isn't possible anymore. We simply do not have access to the titlebar at all. Personas (now called lightweight themes) are the only "extensions" that can do it and they use black magic, which we are not trained in.
We are entering this add-on in a competition! If we are lucky enough to make it into the top picks from the judges, you will have the chance to vote on our add-on (or another one) and determine the best add-on in the category (or best overall add-
Pseutro - Finishing TouchesIt is almost ready for public consumption (well, it was probably better constructed than half the themes out there even a month ago), so I'll show you the mockup that it is based on: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/4019672/Pseutro/Mockups/pseutro-mockup-4-8.png.Pseutro - Finishing Touches1 year ago in Personal More Like This
Just putting the finishing touches on it. We need to get the companion add-on up to scratch so we can add that new app menu button as well as a few other about:config automated tweaks to make the theme more livable as a dark theme. Other than that, we just need to give it some solid testing before we go for a release.
Colorlicious Changelog + New StuffThis isn't a compehensive changelog, but just a quick overview of what we've done:Colorlicious Changelog + New Stuff1 year ago in Personal More Like This
• Added compatibility with latest Firefox versions (14+)
• Redesigned the UI based on Microsoft web apps such as Outlook.com so that it feels more at home inside a browser tab
• Redesigned the icons and whatnot to fit the new UI
• Removed Rainbow tabs (will be coming back better than ever)
• Titlechanged pinned tabs (the ones that notify you when their content has changed, like your email web app) no longer get coloured
Now the cool new stuff that we are working on:
Today I made each toolbar button icon into a vector SVG and we are working on replacing the default PNG icons with these vectorised ones. What that means for you is, you will be able to colour your icons as you would any other element! With colour sliders and all; it should be really cool.
We keep getting all this hate on the AMO site from these AnyColor users. The problem is, AnyColor (an add-on that colours differen
Deviation of the monthHi everyone!Deviation of the month1 year ago in Personal More Like This
Our Deviation of the month awardfor december goes to
:iconntim007:for the impressive job he made on this deviation
Online Windows 8 v2 . An online Windows 8 simulation made out of HTML, CSS and JS by :iconntim007:+:iconlink6155:+ :iconblindbartemais:+:icondakoder:
There is no faster way to test Windows8.
Give it a try. It's really worth it.
Deviation of the month december:iconcustomizelovers:
Alice X. Z. - Living Rainbow Taking FlightThe vibrant digital paintings of alicexz are fiery, emotional, and incredibly memorable. The colors of her creations (mostly portraits of popular TV and Film characters) are unusually vibrant, which is remarkable considering how layered they appear to be. It’s sort of like what manga characters might look like if painted by one of the Dutch Masters. And this artist exhibits just the right amount of quirkiness to leave us wanting to know more: she has a penchant for painting redheads. But, then of course, there’s a lot of red and golden fire burning through most her artworks.Alice X. Z. - Living Rainbow Taking Flight2 years ago in DeviantART Announcements More Like This
Living Rainbow Taking Flight
Wed Mar 7, 2012, 6:20 PM
The vibrant digital paintings of :devali
Stratiform 3 NewsI know I said we'd have this out 25 days ago (LOL), but I forgot I had exams and assignments due for uni. The important thing is, we have been getting a nice bit of work done now that we are free. Here's some stuff you should / might like to know:Stratiform 3 News2 years ago in Personal More Like This
• The UI will be entirely Metro, unless we decide to add the ability to change Stratiform's UI at the last minute (which probably won't happen).
• In FF15, all the button styles will have borders like they always did, except of course the default buttons.
• We finally utilised some attributes that have been available in recent FF versions that allow split menu buttons (like the Greasemonkey button) to function as you would expect. Instead of the entire button being highlighted when you hover over the dropmarker, only the dropmarker section is.
• Tabs on bottom code will be REMOVED, as Mozilla is discontinuing tabs on bottom. We will not be adding it back unless we go crazy and manually add the feature back ourselves (way t
Colorlicious 1.2 UpdateHey guys,Colorlicious 1.2 Update8 months ago in Personal More Like This
Ben and I have released an update to Colorlicious. It now supports the latest versions of Firefox, and works on Linux and Mac OS X.
A few things to note:
Reworked the UI again.Finally got around to making a new color picker! This one should eventually make its way into Stratiform.Some options work with UX, depending on how much they change I might be able to maintain compatibility.Linux toolbar buttons are system styled so Colorlicious currently doesn't color those.You can import and export multiple presets.
Koding.com IRC?For the last couple of months I've been learning and working with nodejs and socket.io. Recently been thinking about IRC and studying commands/methods/logic for a IRC Server. I have been secretly working on a IRC Server Emulator based on Nodejs!Koding.com IRC?1 year ago in Personal More Like This
1.Nodejs is light and powerful providing optimal performance with low latency.
2.First hosted IRC server on koding.com and as so I have been able to nab the default irc port 6667.
3.Very stable IRC Server Emulator with a interesting list of commands.
4.Open to use ffor anyone who wants to join and chat!
5.Always under going development to expand the list of usable commands within the server.
Host: 184.108.40.206 or grimmirc.koding.com
Port: 6667 (not needed with most irc clients since the port is default)
Note:I'll be in channel #general .
Metro Messenger UpdateAfter clearing up some much needed time today I finally will get around to updating Metro Messenger. Everyone who faved should be informed when it's implemented.Metro Messenger Update1 year ago in Personal More Like This
Pseutro 1.1.0 Is Gonna Be AwesomeYesterday I was hard at work on the stable version of Pseutro 1.1.0. I've still got the downloads bug to fix, and the dreaded dev tools (but I may skip that for now). Essentially I had a bit of a scare because all the CSS variables I used were using the old syntax, which is like this:Pseutro 1.1.0 Is Gonna Be Awesome1 week ago in Personal More Like This
var-test-variable: hsl(0, 50%, 25%);
But Mozilla changed it in Firefox 31.0 (currently in Nightly) to this:
--test-variable: hsl(0, 50%, 25%);
So I went through all of my variables and fixed them up, and I went through the entire theme and replaced most regularly used colours with CSS variables. This was essential for when I make the Pseutro Light version because it makes things so much easier, as I change the value of a variable in one place and it changes it everywhere in the theme, so switching colours from dark to light