After by last post, I checked to see if the new version of Inkscape was released yet.
It has been! Version 0.46 at http://www.inkscape.org/. I installed Ubuntu Gutsy and checked some of my annoyances, which are…gone! It is not perfect, but it is much better. It remembers file paths better and the Fill and [...]
I just finished a new banner ad for my wife’s dream interpretation site, MyDreamVisions.com.
I did the ad using Inkspace under Ubuntu. Open source drawing programs have come a long way. The current version of Inkscape works pretty well. With a little thought, I can create just about any image I can imagine (the [...]
Most Mac users do not have an interest in the Unix shell (running in Terminal). The Mac was carefully an exhaustively developed so an Apple user would not require it. The question is, could a more advanced user enjoy using the shell? I think, yes.
Most things are done very efficiently using the Mac’s [...]
This is an answer to a question I got by e-mail.
“A lot of times I need to create a quick text file, like a script (like I used to create Batch files in DOS/Windows). I used to use COPY CON for this. How can I do this in Unix?”
This is just as [...]
It does not seem as though voting for one party or the other affects the basic competency of our government.
Is it too much to ask for? No it is not. It is our duty to the next generation to leave a better world than the one we were born into.The science of government [...]
This is an answer to a question about how to recursively copy newer files from one directory to another with a Mac. By “recursively” I mean including sub directories. …Oh, and this is using the Unix shell in Terminal. (Remember, the easy way to get to Terminal is Command-Spacebar to open Spotlight and then [...]
Here’s a quick script that you can use to rename a bunch of files. It will rename all of the files in the working directory that have certain text to something else that you specify. For example, when you have a group of photos from a digital camera with sequentially numbered files like “IMG1.JPG, [...]
I just finished converting My Dream Visions to a database-driven, CSS-formatted website.
Part of the update is a streamlined order processing system for the site.
share and enjoy: