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OK... I'll reprogram her GPS to New Mexico.... She'll never know... Tee Hee... Judy would probably like the cool down... :) :)
Shhhh, PJ... Det er en hemmelighett... (Google Translate)....
I'm not going to run out of snow any time soon. We've had more this winter already than the past few winters (perhaps even combined). Foxy will have to look elsewhere to offload the stuff.
How fun to see the Norwegian word 'takk' - how did you come over it?PJ
Thank you, Kirsten... Snazzy new avatar... Hope your tummy's feeling better... Most photo and image manipulation software have gradients somewhere in their arsenal.... So many Jigidiers are into creating puzzles now, I can't remember who uses what to create.... I bounce around between 4 or 5 different programs, but stick to Element's gradients... (Mostly because I know where the buttons are....) Good to see you back, mate.... :) :)
Oooh, I like your gradients Sally. And I see I have much to learn about gradients, Master! Or should that be Mistress? Anyhoo, it was fun! Thanks!! :)))
We are, Whattie.... The weather has been very cooperative... Not too hot... (Bonus, no snow piled in our driveway).... Thanks for the good wishes... Foxy has a refrigerator truck all lined up to bring you some white stuff, should you run out anytime soon.... Stay safe and warm.... :) :)
Hi, PJ... You're easy... A pinwheel with some gradients... I will definitely keep that in mind.... Takk .... :) :)
Fun puzzle, SMor. I hope you are having a great Australia Day weekend.
I love pinwheel puzzles and I love gradients - So this is great. PJ
Thank you, Michelle.... You're already a mad scientist, keep experimenting, kiddo.... :) :)PS Don't forget the litmus paper..... :) :)
Awww, Snooker, you always make intelligent comments... Does this mean I'll be seeing 'bevel' and 'frame' in your next half dozen comments?? .... :) :)
Thank you, Shirley... This one's doing OK so far.... It's a few solves ahead of the last experiment.... Have you started building your ark yet??? Take care, mate.... :) :)
I'd say that you can conclude that the experiment was a success. Very instructive use of what you can do with these tools. This newbie thanks you, Sally!
Ha! Now I can make very intelligent comments on your puzzles. :)
I love the gradients, there are so many ways to use them, and your experiment worked well, very pretty, Sally, Thank you. :):)
You got it, Eagle Eye..... A feature in the Elements program that lets you round the edges, so they look like they're raised or lowered from the rest of the image, giving a 3D effect.... See, you knew it without even knowing it... :) :)
Are the edges of the triangles beveled? Never have understood what beveling is.