$txt['backtotheindex_enabled'] = 'Enable the Back to the index mod'; $txt['backtotheindex_title'] = 'Title for the Back to the index menu button'; $txt['backtotheindex_href'] = 'Link (URL) for the Back to the index menu button'; $txt['backtotheindex_position'] = 'Position of the Back to the index button'; $txt['backtotheindex_beginofmenu'] = 'At the beginning of the menu (before Home button)'; $txt['backtotheindex_endofmenu'] = 'At the end of the menu (after Logout/Register button)'; $txt['costa_topico_fixo'] = 'Sticky Topics'; $txt['costa_topico_normal'] = 'Normal Topics'; $txt['date_registered'] = 'Join Date'; $txt['display_join_date'] = 'Show join date in topic view:'; $txt['embed'] = 'Insert Embed'; // Begin BoardHover $txt['boardhover'] = 'BoardHover'; $txt['linktree_hover'] = 'Adjust the Linktree settings'; $txt['enable_linktree_hover'] = 'Enable navigation tree hover for all users:'; $txt['disable_linktree_first_page'] = 'Remove navigation tree from front page:'; // End BoardHover // SMFPacks Shoutbox --> $txt['sba_title'] = 'Shoutbox'; $txt['sba_link'] = 'Shoutbox'; $txt['permissiongroup_shoutbox'] = 'Shoutbox'; $txt['permissiongroup_simple_shoutbox'] = 'Shoutbox'; $txt['permissionname_shoutbox_view'] = 'View Shoutbox'; $txt['permissionname_shoutbox_post'] = 'Post messages in Shoutbox'; $txt['permissiongroup_shoutbox_panel'] = 'Shoutbox Moderation Panel'; $txt['permissiongroup_simple_shoutbox_panel'] = 'Shoutbox Moderation Panel'; $txt['permissionname_shoutbox_edit'] = 'Edit messages in Shoutbox'; $txt['permissionname_shoutbox_delete'] = 'Delete messages in Shoutbox'; $txt['permissionname_shoutbox_prune'] = 'Empty Shoutbox'; $txt['permissionname_shoutbox_ban'] = 'Ban users in Shoutbox'; // <-- SMFPacks Shoutbox $txt['socialization_onoff'] = 'Enable socialization button (Facebook, Twitter, and Google+)'; $txt['facebook_like'] = 'Show Facebook Like icon in the first post'; $txt['twitter_tweet'] = 'Show Twitter Tweet icon in the first post'; $txt['googleplus_plusone'] = 'Show Google +1 icon in the first post'; $txt['sd_add'] = 'Share me:'; $txt['sd_social_bookmarks'] = 'Share me';
MyPaint > General Discussion
I found some time to work on the dockable colour selectors, and one of the tools I've added is a proper palette tool. It would be really nice if we could add some good palettes in .gpl format to the MyPaint distribution.
I'm looking for a roughly 50:50 mix of palettes with naturalistic, pigment-like colours, and ones covering the full RGB gamut with interesting/useful layouts of saturation and value variations for the hues.
If you'd like to help out, submissions of palettes in GIMP .gpl format are welcome. Our licensing policy is on the MyPaint wiki, and because one day we may write the current palette to .ORA saves, I think the palettes we distribute should be cc0 to avoid accidentally getting your copyright in another user's files. cc:by or equivalent would be fine too provided you put your own attribution in the palette's "name" field ::)
Alright, I don't quite have a lot of experience regarding this, but I was reminded of Oekaki boards, where you could pick a handful of 16-colour pallets and draw your work with that. Some of the 16-colour pallets were complementary ones, so I tried recreating one of those.
Dropbox folder with pallet.
It's also a pallet that resembles the first set of markers I ever bought.
I took the cyan-red complementary as the basis of my pallet. Instead of making straight ramps, I made the cyan slightly bluer and the red more magenta. I added light yellow, orange, green and purple to the pallet as a variation on the existing colours, and a dark grey as neutral tone.
As it stands, you can make quite lovely pictures with it, as long as you layer or blend the colours, cellshading might be a tad dull.
I don't quite know if I should extend the pallet, so hence I'll post it here. People should try it out(you can use the generate pallet function to make the pallet show up in the scratchpad) and maybe give some suggestions?
Currently working on a yellow-blue one and perhaps a green-purple one? Also, I don't quite understand what you mean by natural pigments. What Deevad collected are the generally accepted pigments within painting, but if I look at traditional media, the vast majority of the colours that the colour picker can show me can be reproduced in traditional media. (Hell, I'd argue that traditional media can reproduce a wider range of colours, due the fact that it is computer-screens that have limited colourspace, not real-life)
Could you perhaps show an example of 'unnatural pigments' vs 'natural pigments'?
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