Php. Webdesign 2. A First Guide to PostScript. A First Guide to PostScript Peter Weingartner 24 February, 2006 This is the fifth edition of the First Guide to PostScript.
It differs from the previous editions in that a number of errors which people have brought to my attention have been fixed and a number of common reader questions have been addressed. I have also added some information on how to work with colors and raster graphics. My sincere thanks goes out to everyone who has sent me e-mail concerning the guide. I left Indiana University quite a long time ago (nearly ten years as of the time of this writing), and while I still have write access to my old account space I can not be sure that I always will have access. About this Document This is meant to be a simple introduction to programming in the PostScript page description language from Adobe. The scope of this document is fairly limited. Contents Note PostScript is a registered trademark of Adobe Systems Incorporated. Disclaimer You get what you paid for. Copyright Information. Language Tutorial - puppet - Trac. Css.maxdesign.com.au - CSS resources and tutorials for web desig.
Cross Knot. Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories - How to make the simplest elect. We’re pleased to announce the availability of the Egg-Bot Electro-Kistka: An electric hot wax pen designed to be used with the EggBot.
A kistka is the wax tool used in the traditional wax-resist and dye (batik) method to produce colorful eggs in the same fashion as Ukranian pysanky. We would like to acknowledge that this is not by any means the first time that anyone has strapped a kistka to an EggBot— We wrote about Ann’s DIY version a few months ago, and we’ve seen other versions (both manually heated and electric) in YouTube videos dating back several years. Hardware The Electro-Kistka consists of two main parts, connected by a cable: A heater assembly that gets mounted to the EggBot’s pen arm (in place of the usual pen holder), and a power control board that sits behind the EggBot. The power control board is relatively simple: it accepts input from a plug-in power supply, and has an adjustment pot so that you can set the power level of the kistka. Process: two-tone. The How-To Manual That Anyone Ca.
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You can choose between PostScript and PDF format. Choose PostScript format if you want to mark holidays and birthdays. The PostScript file explains how to do it. *) Week numbering follows ISO 8601 **) PostScript software is available from PDF software is available via PDFreaders.org. Calendar on a regular dodecahedron Once upon a time I made a PostScript program to print templates for generic polyhedra called polyeder.ps. I've made a few changes to Andrew Rogers' deskcal, and wrapped it into a script to make it more available for people without knowledge in PostScript. Hints for calendar on a regular dodecahedron Regular printer paper (80 g/m²) will be fine, but heavier paper (100-120 g/m²) will result in a more robust calendar. Calendar on a rhombic dodecahedron I have reused Andrew Rogers' calendar generator, so you can get calendars on Nick Robinson's rhombic A4 units, and make a rhombic dodecahedron calendar.
Ian's Shoelace Site - Shoe Lacing Methods. Mathematics tells us that there are more than 2 Trillion ways of feeding a lace through the six pairs of eyelets on an average shoe.
This section presents a fairly extensive selection of 43 shoe lacing tutorials. They include traditional and alternative lacing methods that are either widely used, have a particular feature or benefit, or that I just like the look of. 43 Different Ways To Lace Shoes Criss Cross Lacing This is probably the most common method of lacing normal shoes & boots. Over Under Lacing This method reduces friction, making the lacing easier to tighten and loosen plus reducing wear and tear. Gap Lacing This simple variation of Criss Cross Lacing skips a crossover to create a gap in the middle of the lacing, either to bypass a sensitive area on the instep or to increase ankle flexibility. Straight European Lacing This traditional method of Straight Lacing appears to be more common in Europe.