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76  Special User Sections / DC Website Help and Extras / Re: DC Mug/TShirt Designs that would be nice to have an artist for.. on: August 18, 2012, 02:44:23 PM
@app103
Thanks. I could make any next designs using pale yellow or something. Others are doing a better job. I have only owned two, plain dark green sweat shirts and know almost nothing about them  smiley
77  Special User Sections / DC Website Help and Extras / Re: DC Mug/TShirt Designs that would be nice to have an artist for.. on: August 17, 2012, 12:27:04 AM
Criticize, correct or suggest away. I'm not 'sensitive'.  Grin

Dark Cody.
78  Special User Sections / DC Website Help and Extras / Re: DC Mug/TShirt Designs that would be nice to have an artist for.. on: August 16, 2012, 05:07:52 PM
DCC/ Donation Coder dot Com  smiley
79  Special User Sections / DC Website Help and Extras / Re: DC Mug/TShirt Designs that would be nice to have an artist for.. on: August 15, 2012, 06:22:44 PM
Tshirt samples. Separate colors easily changeable.
80  Special User Sections / DC Website Help and Extras / Re: DC Mug/TShirt Designs that would be nice to have an artist for.. on: August 15, 2012, 11:11:42 AM
I will try a T shirt design. My understanding is that the design should have few colors so I will try one in the style of Tiepolo. What dimensions or formats are best?
Possible style influence: Tiepolo, Daumier, Klee, Goya, Manet, Rembrandt, other.
Based on: watercolor, ink, charcoal, pastel.
81  Special User Sections / DC Website Help and Extras / Re: DC Mug/TShirt Designs that would be nice to have an artist for.. on: August 13, 2012, 03:58:33 PM
I was trying for an old telescope. Beer is good  Grin but can't think of a setting undecided
82  Main Area and Open Discussion / General Software Discussion / Re: Arranges in a txt file on: August 13, 2012, 03:32:03 PM
Re: Any other ideas...commas at beginning and end...CSV Editor is slow...many other similars

An idea, not a script:
WordPerfect Find and Replace> 'spaces' with 'nothing. Find and Replace> , (comma) with ",". Insert between two quotes for beginning and end.
83  Main Area and Open Discussion / Living Room / Re: Mass of volcanic rocks found floating off New Zealand on: August 11, 2012, 02:37:14 PM
The volcanic rock that floats was sold in garden supply stores in Miami years ago. It was used for decoration and it does float about one third out of fresh water but the density does vary. I carved lots of it into Japanese style lanterns for friends.
84  Special User Sections / DC Website Help and Extras / Re: DC Mug/TShirt Designs that would be nice to have an artist for.. on: August 11, 2012, 01:56:14 PM
Explorer
85  Special User Sections / DC Website Help and Extras / Re: DC Mug/TShirt Designs that would be nice to have an artist for.. on: August 06, 2012, 09:56:57 PM
Good idea. Suggestions?
86  Special User Sections / DC Website Help and Extras / Re: DC Mug/TShirt Designs that would be nice to have an artist for.. on: August 04, 2012, 03:53:12 PM
pirate2
87  Special User Sections / DC Website Help and Extras / Re: DC Mug/TShirt Designs that would be nice to have an artist for.. on: August 02, 2012, 10:19:22 PM
Pirate
88  Special User Sections / DC Website Help and Extras / Re: DC Mug/TShirt Designs that would be nice to have an artist for.. on: August 01, 2012, 04:49:41 PM
Balloon
89  Special User Sections / DC Website Help and Extras / Re: DC Mug/TShirt Designs that would be nice to have an artist for.. on: July 26, 2012, 03:38:24 PM

Re: request for vector image

cody1SVG.pdf (117 KB) Inkscape 90 dpi, 1296 px X 1467 px

cody2PDF.pdf (186 KB) Illustrator print quality
90  Special User Sections / DC Website Help and Extras / Re: DC Mug/TShirt Designs that would be nice to have an artist for.. on: July 20, 2012, 05:06:30 PM
Cody stamp 1.
91  Special User Sections / DC Website Help and Extras / Re: DC Mug/TShirt Designs that would be nice to have an artist for.. on: July 20, 2012, 02:08:43 PM
PNG files for Windows icons using Irfanview.
92  Main Area and Open Discussion / Living Room / Re: Is Linux just a hobby? on: July 18, 2012, 04:56:44 PM
@ superboyac Re: Reply #94:
"being able to install third party software on any (or most) distros without much noodling or programmer-skills necessary."

Linux Mint v12 new application install example:
Click 1) Applications, 2) Other, 3) Software manager (36,235 packages available in 12 categories). 4) Graphics (Category 614 packages in list and 6 subcategories), 5) Inkscape (description, score, reviews, homepage URL, version, size, Install/Remove), 6) Install.

Wait for install. Close Software Manager. Open Applications. Click icon/name to run.
93  Other Software / Developer's Corner / Re: Vala - A C#-Like Language for GNOME on: July 15, 2012, 06:05:28 PM
Thanks.
94  Special User Sections / DC Website Help and Extras / Re: DC Mug/TShirt Designs that would be nice to have an artist for.. on: July 15, 2012, 05:32:13 PM
Cody coin 1?
95  Main Area and Open Discussion / Living Room / Re: Raspberry Pi's $35 Linux PC on: June 29, 2012, 08:55:48 PM
Some 'mini' and Single Board Computers (SBC) listed by amount of RAM. Some combine other products like power supplies/bricks. 'ARMini includes 'Beagleboard'. Specifications and prices may not be the latest.

256 MB: Raspberry Pi, $35.00; OLPC XO,   188.00
512 MB: Goosberry, 48.00; Android 4.0, 70.00; TonidoPlug, 99.00; EVI 'Yzi", 203.00; InkMedia, 300.00; ARMini, 718.00
1 GB: CuBox, 132.00; Pandaboard, 174.00; PCM-3363, 350.00; Trim-Slice, 410.00; AMD LiveBox Mini PC $?    
2 GB: COMe-mCT10 mini, 185.00; MB-73240, 340.00; Iguana, 680.00; Intel D945GCLP, $?; Zotac ZBOX nano XS, $?
4 GB: J & W MINIX, 189.00; Zotac mobo, 239.00; ARTiGO A1150, 250.00; Logic Supply LGX AG150, 435.00; LinuxmintBox, 476.00.    
8 GB: VIA VE-900, 89.00; EPIA-M910, 300.00; conga-TS67, 500.00; LinuxmintBox, 549.00.
MB?:
Rhombus Tech Allwinner, 100.00 to 41.00?; PogoPlug, 120.00;Conga-TCA, 200.00; Shuttle,    210.00+; PXM-C388-S, 499.00; conga-TS67, 500.00; Altair ALT1600, 795.00
other: HP SBC625; Mini-IYX;  Commodore Mini-ITX; 'embedded boards'.
96  Main Area and Open Discussion / Living Room / Re: Raspberry Pi's $35 Linux PC on: June 20, 2012, 12:07:48 PM
Some proposed, 2012, and available PC boards:
Raspberry Pi; BeagleBoard-xM; BeagleBone; PandaBoard ES; Cotton Candy; Ninja Blocks; NUC Intel; VIA (APC/Android 8750 PC); Gooseberry; Olimex (A13-OLinuXino); Maple Board (LeafLabs); Arduino; gumstick (gumstix).
97  Main Area and Open Discussion / Living Room / Re: Search engine "search in results" besides Control-f? on: June 04, 2012, 06:22:12 PM
search example: word1 word2 word3
DuckDuckGo treats this as: word1 AND word2 AND word3
adding word4 would search within the results
not/negation for a word or phrase: -
or between a word or phrase: OR
phrase: ""
example: word1 word2 (word3 OR word4) -word5
98  Special User Sections / DC Website Help and Extras / Re: DC Mug/TShirt Designs that would be nice to have an artist for.. on: June 01, 2012, 05:56:11 PM
Sounds like a fun project. Ideas:
Cody on a coin. Like a Roman Emperor or full body. Laurel wreath optional. "D C C" on it. Different metal, (gold, silver, bronze, brass, lead). Coin phrase: 'birds of a feather', 'coin of the ml', 'avian emptor', 'in code we trust', 'in hoc signo'. 'pecking in order to'.

'Bar Cody' holding a beer mug. Cody shaking feathers with a Penguin or Turkey or Loon. Bird brained Cody with an Ostrich feather.
99  Main Area and Open Discussion / Living Room / Re: Is Linux just a hobby? on: May 27, 2012, 02:23:33 PM
I don't know how *Linux* uses the term, "supported till a certain date" since I'm using 'Live' CDs. I do have some experience using old, sometimes very old,  CDs of Linux iso images. If the CD works 'Live' on your hardware, it will keep on working and the worst you get is, for example, in a Puppy log-in where the default browser is an old version of 'IceWeasel', is a screen with, "Oops, URL not found", which you can just ignore.

Upgrading within a version in Mint could not be easier.  At the top bar there is a 'shield' shaped icon with, "i" in it. Mine currently shows, "9 recommended updates available (39MB)". If you open this your system will be checked and the updates will be listed with check boxes and 'rating' numbers ( 1 - 5 ) beside items. "1" is highly recommended and *very* safe. I chose not to upgrade Firefox from v11 to v12 by unchecking the checkbox. You can do the same for upgrades numbered 4 or 5 if they are not important to you since there is a small chance, according to what I read, they might interfere with some other files. In Mint 'Applications> Other> Upgrade to DVD edition' you are given the opportunity to upgrade and I think you have choices. There is 'Applications> Other> Update Manager' that I've not explored, along with Synaptic Package Manager and GDebi Package Installer. I believe the same process works on an install to CD-RW (probably not big enough), DVD-RW or USB flash drive.
I've read about version upgrades and will review my notes and let you know.
@dantheman Re. today at 01:26:32 "...LXDE for a spin..."
Great. You are welcome.
100  Main Area and Open Discussion / Living Room / Re: Is Linux just a hobby? on: May 26, 2012, 11:25:59 PM
Linux Mint 12 (Lisa) LXDE (32 bit), (657 MB .iso), Live CD or install. For speed, stability, ease of use and installation. The web-based package installation interface with Software Manager has 36,000+ applications available with one click. Look at DistroWatch 2012-03-09 Mint. Min. Spec.: x86, 256 MB RAM, 3 GB hard disk space if installed, 800x600 resolution, CD or DVD drive or USB port. The DVD versions reportedly have a lot on them.

It worked perfectly as a Live CD. The speed, stability and ease of use claims are true. I installed it to my hard drive, upgraded to Firefox 11 with some add-ons and added apps.

I use a custom/remastered Puppy version Live CD for email and I use a Live CD version of Knoppix for general Internet surfing. Both work well and should be fairly safe since they are read-only CDs that load entirely to RAM. I think the Linux Mint hard drive install is quite safe but the box it is on has no user data and reinstalling Mint would be fast and easy.
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