There are times when I work on images a lot with Gimp, and then there are times when I don’t work with Gimp for a month or two. When I don’t work with Gimp a lot, I tend to forget about all of the different things I can do with. Therefore, I have created this page as a “Gimp special effects cheat sheet” page to help remind me of all the cool things I can do with Gimp effects.
Photos of mom and cub polar bears. I hoped O’Reilly would use these for the cover of the Scala Cookbook — because of the whole “scalable” thing, and to help raise awareness about climate change — but whoever puts images on their book covers had something else in mind.
I forgot all about this, but at some point I posted large photos of my 2007 drive from Fairbanks, Alaska to Prudhoe Bay. As you can see in those photos, it’s dirt roads all the way.
The main script in this project — MigrateAllD6Photos.php — now seems to be working. The code is ugly and doesn't check for SQL errors, but for my purposes it seems to be working okay. To get that script to work and migrate your Drupal 6 photo content type to a Drupal 8 photo content type, you also need to run a couple of queries shown here.
I’m just getting back into Android development after several years away, and I thought the Android standard was to have the tool icons on the top of each app window. However, I’ve seen several apps where the toolbar is on the bottom, including this large toolbar on the stock Android Photos app. (After some research, the Android docs show split action bars here.)
This is one of many photos from this story/pictorial at The Atlantic.
Mac batch image resizing FAQ: How can I "batch resize" images (photos) on Mac OS X (for free, preferably)?
A long time ago I wrote about how to batch resize images on Mac OS X from the command line in my How to batch resize images on Mac OS X using ImageMagick. That approach is fine for techies who don't mind cracking open the Mac Terminal application, using the Unix command line to navigate to their folder, and then process their images. But what about regular Mac users, those who don't want to ever see a Mac Terminal window?
One of the photos from this collection of cool photos of dogs underwater, by Seth Casteel.
Just a quick note today that now that this website has my name on it (no longer devdaily.com), I'm adding a photo gallery to the site. You can either click on that link to see the gallery, or click the photo below:
Mac iPhone photos download FAQ: How do I download iPhone photos to my Mac? I assumed I could import them with iTunes, but I can't seem to do anything with them from iTunes.