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PixelPol

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    PixelPol reacted to Pascal... in Post Linus Memes Here! << -Original thread has returned   
    Linus Crack Tips 🧑‍🍳🥳
     
     
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    PixelPol reacted to Jedimaster99 in 3900x vs 9900k Base Supported RAM Speeds?   
    This system makes a lot more sense than the 9900k. You have all around better performance for a better price with Ryzen, and (2x8GB/4x8GB) of 3600mhz CL16 (CL17/CL18 doesn't kill ya) is the best priced RAM for the performance. 
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    PixelPol reacted to CalintzJerevinan in Post Linus Memes Here! << -Original thread has returned   
    Tae Kwon Do can do some awesome flips and kicks.  Comparing to both is almost the same
     
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    PixelPol reacted to minibois in Post Linus Memes Here! << -Original thread has returned   
    Is this Taekwondo? Looks more like breakdancing, which Linus is probably more familiar with  
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    PixelPol reacted to Tech_Dreamer in Post Linus Memes Here! << -Original thread has returned   
    : CRAZED EMPLOYEE ATTACKS & ASSAULTS HIS BOSS IN HIS OFFICE.
     

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    PixelPol reacted to fredrichnietze in Post Linus Memes Here! << -Original thread has returned   
    oc and inb4 "we hired her but had to wait 90 days" 

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    PixelPol reacted to Tech_Dreamer in Post Linus Memes Here! << -Original thread has returned   
    JAYZ2CENTS REACTION ON SEEING LINUS RETIREMENT VIDEO THUMBNAIL
     

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    PixelPol reacted to Tech_Dreamer in Post Linus Memes Here! << -Original thread has returned   
    For 10 Million Dollahs.

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    PixelPol reacted to Dash Lambda in What's a good alarm clock program?   
    You see, I can get used to any alarm sound, and I've found that as I cycle through alarms on my phone each successive one gets less and less effective.
    So, I use my PC to blast the 8-bit Parasprite Polka loud enough to wake a normal person up clear across the house, two feet from my face.
     
    My phone can't normally do that.
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    PixelPol got a reaction from Ben17 in Hire Madison!!!   
    And take responsibility, deal well with pressure, and provide always, tho that goes implicit in the "work ethic" mention.
    Haha.  That's probably one of the most wanted skills in my profile... they wouldn't need to look further in my career ?.  Prolly if I'd write like that to HRs in the letter, they'd be able to imagine how beautiful my spaghetti code would be, full of redundant and nested loops... Luckily for the universe, I don't code   (last time I mentioned HTML/CSS as 'coding', provoked an eyebrow strain to certain someone).
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    PixelPol got a reaction from Ben17 in Hire Madison!!!   
    Actually... Is not the usual thing, but sometimes one gets contracted if the sum of skills on a number of matters is fine even if not covering everything required (BTW, in the LTT graphic design offer, what is requested is very spot-on, and no nonsense there, but in MANY companies' job offers it is requested way too many things, also from other profiles (like coding in python to a graphic designer, or asking a coder to be able to model in 3D, that's stupidity, but happens), so, one needs not to be scared of that), or even just if specially excel in one matter, even if not covering a bunch of others. I believe I've learnt entire profiles at companies. And  there's the internship possibility. I was once at a company where we were like 5 contracted for experience and stuff, but after some months, the company needed massive work force for coding and admin, and took like 20 internships, and a number of those ended working fully employed at the company or went to other places, finding better paid contracts. Most were students of last years, tho IT careers. But none had experience, and most of them could not really code. At small businesses (3 to 20 workers) is way more likely to happen. Not everything is Google and Silicon Valley in this world...My first company in 95 did pick this grunt 'cause I could draw, and the second because I could handle Photoshop. All I mean is, you never know. She said she handles Blender, and probably she also uses Photoshop or something similar. With that you might get into some jobs already.
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    PixelPol got a reaction from amdorintel in Hire Madison!!!   
    And take responsibility, deal well with pressure, and provide always, tho that goes implicit in the "work ethic" mention.
    Haha.  That's probably one of the most wanted skills in my profile... they wouldn't need to look further in my career ?.  Prolly if I'd write like that to HRs in the letter, they'd be able to imagine how beautiful my spaghetti code would be, full of redundant and nested loops... Luckily for the universe, I don't code   (last time I mentioned HTML/CSS as 'coding', provoked an eyebrow strain to certain someone).
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    PixelPol reacted to sub68 in Post Linus Memes Here! << -Original thread has returned   
    lol this is just so true 
    also found another one  
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    PixelPol reacted to fredrichnietze in Hire Madison!!!   
    i rewatched the maddison build for the 5th time. please hrie maddison. if she can make content this enjoyable on the spot think what will happen with time to write a script! 
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    PixelPol got a reaction from VegetableStu in Hire Madison!!!   
    Actually... Is not the usual thing, but sometimes one gets contracted if the sum of skills on a number of matters is fine even if not covering everything required (BTW, in the LTT graphic design offer, what is requested is very spot-on, and no nonsense there, but in MANY companies' job offers it is requested way too many things, also from other profiles (like coding in python to a graphic designer, or asking a coder to be able to model in 3D, that's stupidity, but happens), so, one needs not to be scared of that), or even just if specially excel in one matter, even if not covering a bunch of others. I believe I've learnt entire profiles at companies. And  there's the internship possibility. I was once at a company where we were like 5 contracted for experience and stuff, but after some months, the company needed massive work force for coding and admin, and took like 20 internships, and a number of those ended working fully employed at the company or went to other places, finding better paid contracts. Most were students of last years, tho IT careers. But none had experience, and most of them could not really code. At small businesses (3 to 20 workers) is way more likely to happen. Not everything is Google and Silicon Valley in this world...My first company in 95 did pick this grunt 'cause I could draw, and the second because I could handle Photoshop. All I mean is, you never know. She said she handles Blender, and probably she also uses Photoshop or something similar. With that you might get into some jobs already.
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    PixelPol reacted to Mihle in Content creation, essestials for good (not pro) production?   
    Features like adding lens flare that is locked to the paid version, I have never wanted to use. Only feature I have wanted to use sometimes that is paid is noise reduction
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    PixelPol reacted to Murasaki in Post Linus Memes Here! << -Original thread has returned   
    Consider it a promotion?
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    PixelPol got a reaction from Ben17 in images: for ppl that use lots of image apps   
    Also, if you love command line, probably imagemagik. In Photoshop, you can make "Actions" (kindda macros) and apply that action to entire folders through the batch processing utility. You have also batch converters which can apply modifications (haven't tried that task you mention, tho) , and my favorite ones in that are irfanview and XnView MP or their standalone converter. This is, in case you want to do it in batch mode, for a bunch of files. If you need a server app doing it or to pipe it to an app working locally to make certain workflow, without user interaction, then the way to go is imagemagik , by command line, is super flexible, and cross platform (windows, linux, mac). Free and open source. Is used both by regular users but also integrated in a server so that whatever PHP code or whatever uses it in an automated way. You can do virtually any sort of image edit or combination with it. Is not easy to learn, but very fast to execute (one you handle it, you know the commands and parameters, is all done in a single command line, even super complex operations).
     
    For just one random case,  I'd just open one image in anything like gimp, Photoshop, Affinity Photo, Paint.net, Clip Studio, and make "canvas size" (not image size!!) as bigger as what is adding the width in pixels of the other image, but setting the pivot center of the canvas size operation on one of the side margins, so that it adds all new pixels to the left, or the right.. Open that image apart, select all (ctrl +a, ususally) and ctrl + c . And in the enlarged canvas file, paste this second image, and move it to fill the white empty space. Setting snapping on, and to snap to document bounds and layers would make it way easier and faster, and the work more accurate. 
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    PixelPol got a reaction from Ben17 in What's a good alarm clock program?   
    I like simplicity , I just use the following (it doesn't fail me) :
     
    https://freealarmclocksoftware.com
     
    I believe the volume in the app overrides Windows volume value, meaning you should probably only handle the volume for what is the alarm in the app.
    I have detected that if it notices other audio is playing in the machine, it will fade out to silence until you stop that music or whatever, so to not make the alarm sound over the music, movie or whatever.
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