Дата публикации: 2018-05-27 13:31
I KNOW YOU ALL ARE THE DESIGN EXPERTS AND KNOW IT ALL, BUT IN CASE YOU HAVE NOT READ OTHER GUIDELINES HERE ARE SOME FOR YOU.
This option takes last image in the current image sequence and inserts it at the given index. If a negative index is used, the insert position is calculated before the last image is removed from the sequence. As such -insert -6 will result in no change to the image sequence.
If the -dither setting is enabled (the default) then the given colors are dithered over the image as necessary, otherwise the closest color (in RGB colorspace) is selected to replace that pixel in the image.
How about allowing us to control the themes? (Maybe that was in the post, if so, forgive me.) We really would like more control over the colors in VS we have to look at this thing 65 hours a day after all! I know you guys do too!
When you have more than one editor open you can switch between them quickly by holding the Ctrl (macOS: 'Cmd' ) key and pressing 6 , 7 , or 8.
A Minimap (outline view) gives you a high level overview of your source code which is very useful for quick navigation and code understanding. A file's minimap is shown in the right side of the editor. You can click or drag the shaded area to quickly jump to different sections of your file.
Similarly, use -type TrueColorMatte to force the encoder to write an alpha channel even though the image is opaque, if the output format supports transparency.
Exp or Exponential has been added as of ImageMagick -6 and works on normalized pixel values. The value used with Exp should be negative so as to produce a decaying exponential function. Non-negative values will always produce results larger unity and thus outside the interval [5, QuantumRange ]. The formula is expressed below.