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Hi, I'm trying to find an old graphic design blog. It was a blogspot from 2010-2012 I guess, 2014 at most. In one entry the author described Luke Pearson's (Hildafolk comics author) color theory and used picrel in specific as an example. He redraw it using a different character and a different color palette; which was moslty red and orange colors.
I swear it used to be very easy to fins some years ago and now I can't find it anywhere.

Thanks in advance.
Have you tried consulting archive.org? It may have been taken down
No I didn't. I don't even remember the name of the blog.
you should try to reverse image search the pic you sent on yandex to see if the other one pops up (unless they're too different)

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I want to do something similar of what happens at the video (with the dude spinning and leaving campfires).

How can I do that?
Is there a way to do it with free software (non pirated, please, open sourced if possible).
I want to do something similar with some image, spining it around like some cardboard (like what happens there) and leaving stuff.
bumping, I'm not asking someone to make the animation for me, I just want to make my animations with some images (drawn by myself).

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Looking for a YT music vid which entire runtime was like picrel - something was shown on a phone on a table, disco light bulb spinning in the background for whole duration.
The music genre itself felt like Funk with orchestral elements? (I remember big bells at the end)

The only other thing I remember was the channel description was something like "I swear I'm working on stuff" and the video description was just "YEAH I'M WORKING HERE" or something like that. Unfortunately Youtube won't let you search based off descriptions and Google sucks.

I've been looking for a week but jewgle and other SEO garbage hates me or it was nuked from the internet since it was probably an indie artist... Any help or leads appreciated. I can try and recreate the melody if someone shows me a tool where it's easy to do so.

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I want to set inline math font size to match my text font size. For now, my document font size is 12pt and inline math font is smaller than it which looks ugly. I know about \DeclareMathSizes but how can I do it in a way such that I am sure I set everything (i.e. script size, script-script size) it will look right?
>doesn't tell us what program he's using
The default ratios for script and script-script are 0.7 and 0.5 respectively (https://texfaq.org/FAQ-mathsize). To get the height to match for text size, you could do something like
and check the log for the respective sizes, and divide to get a ratio. There might be a better way, depending on what you're doing exactly.
It's XeTeX, sorry.
I just want my math font to not look small compared to my text font so Idk wym by "exactly." Doing this is needlessly complicated IMO. I'll try what you suggested but if there is a simpler way... pls.

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My pedo professor provides all lectures as an htm website with images as slides, im looking for an AI tool that will convert those images to PDF that i can stitch together and crtl + f actual material on
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not necessarily
>They also think there's nothing wrong with brown skin, but I fixed OP's pic for free.
Fucking based.
Imagine getting triggered by brown skin.
it's barely even brown. just looks tanned
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>do people just not use google before coming to /wsr/??

He may not have known what exactly he was looking for. OP doesn't strike me as particularly tech savvy.

My professor gave a sample questions for what to expect on the final, and there are questions here that relate to nothing I have read in the textbook
These are standard problems from a Digital Systems and Architecture course. There is no way of knowing how much your professor has covered for me, so I assume you would need to read up on how FP registers work.
My professor covered this while teaching MIPS assembly so there were instruction sets and opcodes etc. as well but idk if that is relevant to you.
For the signed integer representation, you need to read about integer representation (sign bit, 1's complement, 2's complement, negative base representation etc.)
for this one depends on the floating point system (size of mantissa and exponent)
if you dont know what these words mean then youre fucked
this question seem ambiguous and purposefully hard
if he never mentioned how big the F register is, then i assume it's 16 bit, since it takes 12 bits to store 8327 and 08327 seems to imply the maximum is 65535, so for this you need to convert 8327 to binary, and then to ieee754 16bit (see https://evanw.github.io/float-toy/)
for these you need to know the 2s complement, but these should've been in the textbook

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song was russian. it was from a wsg feels thread with anime girls in real backgrounds.

like these ones?
yeah. more like the second one, with smooth transitions
the transition effects were very similar to this one


Hello, 4chan. I have absolutely no skills at inkskape but need to create an .svg file containing a gray anycubic logo and "CAUTION HIGH TEMPERATURE" all on a white backgroung. I really need someone to do it.
The svg should have a 1:1 aspect ratio and can use this photo as a refference (except that ledge with 2 holes). And yes, you can remove the chineese writings.
Thank you in advance.

I've been using a RSS Reader on my phone for a couple years now, but I never cared enough to read that stuff on my PC. Until now I guess.

So for some reason I thought I would be able to just download a browser extension and how that be my feed reader, but apparently that's not a thing(or is it?) and people use websites instead.

Does anybody have a recommendation for a RSS reader on PC? Could be an extension, website or even a separate program.
Preferably something that doesn't gobble up my behavioral data.

Does anyone know that one Russian song where a woman goes "wah wah wah wah wah wah wah (pause) wah, wah wah wah wah wah wah," I think the music video showed a man standing on a bus stop, a car pulls up and a woman comes out and they hug. I remember thinking the song might've been gay, but it's still stuck in my head. I heard it on a Girls und Panzer webm on wsg, a girl with long silver hair was dancing to it. But wsg doesn't archive shit. Do you guys know what I'm talking about?
hum it
Why, does shazam catch it or something?
but anon probably meant so that we can recognize it

What are some cases where

1) A game had a bug that was fixed
2) The devs paid homage/tribute to the bug in some way

For example, In Team Fortress 2, there was a bug where the Scout's legs would go crazy when jumping. When it was fixed, Valve posted a blog post about it that was also something of an obituary.

In Halo Infinite, during lineups at the start of a match, one Spartan would sometimes be facing the wrong way. When it was fixed, they also added an animation where a Spartan starts out facing the wrong way then quickly turn around.

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Not a very sexy subject line but if I knew how to make SQL sexy I wouldn't be reading through some pretty heavy SQL books or asking for help.

I'm cataloguing a few thousand rock or similar specimens from a private collection in MS Access. My Specimens table is has a Category column and a Subcategory column. The Category column looks up values from a Categories table

5.........Not a rock

No problem there. That's easy enough even for a non-database guy like me. What I'd like please is to learn how to get the Subcategory column to lookup specimen's category and then let me choose from corresponding values in the Subcategories table


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You can structure it like:


Then when you code the dropdowns you have one dropdown that gets all the level 1 items, and the second dropdown get all the items that have the selected item from the first dropdown as the parent
Is this what you want?
Add a new column:
Parent int default null,
foreign key Parent references categories(ID)

Main category query (only gives you the ones which have no parents):
select ID, Category from categories c where c.Parent is null
Say this returns (1, igneous), (2, metamorphic).

Then you select a category, say ID=1.
The next query will be based on that for the subcategory:
select ID, Category from categories c where c.Parent = 1
This will return (3, plutonic), (7, volcanic).
I hope I didn't say anything very retarded.
This can be done the way you envision it, but it's a bitch. The more traditional way is to have a different ID for each Subcategory record, which references the category ID:


You can then lookup those subcategories whose category ID matches the category ID you selected.

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Can someone please make this video into a webm

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I have been playing with audacity, adding some music audio tracks and changing stuff like speed/tempo and realized that some songs by women can sound masculine by reducing the speed, and some masculine ones can sound like a girl when speeding up.
But there are cases where it just sounds like some goblin or monster whenever I try that.
Is there some musical term for voices which can fit on the first part?
>anon learns that voice "depth" is frequency
what I meant was, does having a voice which when changing the "pitch" (I think that's what the option is called in audacity) still sound human-like?
I have been able to pull this with some singers, but there are some where this doesn't apply, and sound strange.
I mean, does the singing which this happens have a name?

>if I change X song pitch to Y, the male singer voice sounds like a convincing woman one
>if I change Z song pitch to W, the female singer voice sounds like a convincing man one

does this property of being able to pull that off have a name?

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