Walson: No, it’s different from what I am looking for
Soucy: The images are the same but they have different brightness
Pam: R00dkc4b_, if the picture with the fade has it built in png or something then you can do it. Otherwise I can’t think of a good way to do that, unless SVG has a filter for it.
Pam: Linear-gradients can provide a fade to a color, but not fade to transparent if applied on top of a background and opacity is the same across the entire element.
Steff: For example, i took a picture of a sunset where the sky is properly exposed. When sky is properly exposed, the foreground is dark.
Hutmacher: I was thinking of using css filter
Lampitt: Https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/CSS/filter don’t know if it can manipulate the image’s fading
Ogans: I wish I have photoshop on this machine so I can show it. Yes, we can use png but I was hoping if I can do it everything in browser
Convery: I was thinking of making an application where I can upload 2 pics and the app will combine both
Conness: The lower pic being unmodified and the top with css filters
Pam: R00dkc4b_, Photoshop? Just install GIMP. It ****s, but it’s free! Well ok. It doesn’t **** as bad as Inkscape.
Deglow: I know GIMP and it’s hard to use 😀
Cronce: Yeah, inscape is so bad too
Pam: I’ve figured out how to get by in Inkscape. I do manual editing by hand in between.
Pam: Anyway, that’s what I meant about the SVG filter. If you can find one that does what you want you can pull it in via CSS.
Pam: Biggest ****ty thing in Inkscape is that the y axis is upside down on Windows.
Agonoy: It’s merely a different app
Pam: No, it’s just annoying.
Heingartner: Pam: no that’s everywhere, IIRC
Pam: R00dkc4b_, you know, you could Canvas.
Getz: It’s an SVG thing, isn’t it?
Fretwell: It is ****ing annoying and stupid, though
Tyndall: I’d still rather use Inkscape than Illustrator or anything else, however
Pam: What, Inkscape? It can write out things other than SVG, though its default is to write out really awful SVG. You can ask it to write out cleaner SVG.
Pam: I liked Illustrator when I tried a long while ago. I just don’t like Adobe’s Creative Cloud thing and pricing.
Greenrose: I personally prefer illustrator. but before its SVG export. be ready to open your editor to fix shi.
Arabia: Well, it does more than ordinary SVG, so yeah
Pam: Well the problem is if I bought Creative Cloud which, no or Corel’s offering forget the name; maybe would buy, I’d give up working in SVG. I don’t really need SVG, just EPS or DXF.
Pam: My output is used for laser cutting, rather than the web. :
Descamps: But only because people wrote EPS readers for things that can save to SVG :p
Nugal: No really, vectors are vectors :p
Nott: But SVG actually has some web browser support
Pam: Well yeah. If I wanted to show my stuff on the web SVG is the way to go.
Mori: Where’re you showing your stuff?
Claeys: And by gay I mean lame, not ****sexual
Saraf: Sorry was helping someone
Stieber: What’d be the point, after all, of calling something the act of buggery
Pam: Reisio, I think I was in a dev session once with some people and one of the guys on the team was from the UK originally and so someone else hit an error and said “bugger” the other guy mentioned “you know, that probably doesn’t mean what you think it does.”
Hanry: Eh, it’s slang in the UK, too
Kempt: UKers can go bugger themselves
Pavella: Unless they’re hot women, then I’ll help
Hurtig: I do envy them their slang, though
Beu: Slang is comparatively dead in the USA
Kosakowski: What’s the last enduring slang the USA has come up with.