Hey guys, it's been a while, and I've come a long way since I last wrote a journal. Looks like dt (https://www.deviantart.com/dt) has too, since this is definitely not the stash writer I remember. This is gonna be a long post, it's been brewing in my mind for almost a year and it's full of muh feels.
Soon, I'm gonna leave and forget about deviantART, and I don't want my final journal to be "hey guys check out my vaporware!" Also you guys deserve a goodbye, you were my family and you supported me through the roughest years of my life.
I've spent a little over a month now helping an amazing little anime community that'll turn the industry on its head, Hummingbird (wh
I know it's been a while since I last wrote a post on here, but it's been a busy many months and that has all culminated in today's posting.
I have both good news and bad news.
First, the good news. My semester is almost over (just a couple weeks left), and I plan to spend the first few weeks of vacation relasing some stuff for you guys:
:bulletblue: Finishing up Chromacity 2.1.0.
This will reintroduce builtin color pickers to Chrome users, though Firefox users will still see just text boxes. I'm sorry, but this decision is final; Mozilla support would take months to complete due to lack of support for HTML5 Color Inputs.
I've noticed that Chromacity 1.0 appears to be hiding messages from other Chromacity users, and I've decided that for the time being, everybody using it should update to Chromacity 2.0.0 Beta.
The color picker is still broken, and you cannot set your own colors still, but at least it doesn't break all over everything, so I strongly advise you update.
Uninstall Chromacity 1.0
Install Chromacity 2.0.0
Edit: Apologies for the issues in Firefox with the link. dA's link hijacking was fucking with GreaseMonkey. I've added a workaround which should hopefully fix it. If not, copy+paste the following into your address bar, and pres