You’ve got something that looks like this:
You have to tell finder to re-index a bunch of shit. Just run the following (keep in mind this will take quite a while but it runs in the background so whatevs.
You plug in your iphone/ipad and it just continuously reconnects…
some people say its the cord others say its privacy settings
I say its the disk utility…
Just disconnect and open Disk Utility > First Aid and run it, then reconnect the device.
You want to create a layer mask and paste an image into it
Let’s say you have an array of blocks that you want to draw to a canvas. Let’s also say you want to compute the (x,y) coordinates of a specific item in the array. There’s a formula for that:
All this does is count up to the index taking into account the fact you need to wrap blocks of a certain size.
If you don’t need a specific block size and are just using single pixels as a block size, then the formula becomes even simpler:
If you want show transparency on a blender texture and it’s not showing up when you set the view mode to “texture” then you need to do this:
Map your UVs how you would. Then set the texture alpha channel to 1.0:
Then set your z-transparency to 0.0:
Most of this stuff is following the directions here:
Quick one. If you want to assign two different materials to an object you can assign them like this:
Just follow along:
Easy one. This shows you how to assign textures and apply bump maps in blender.
So I have a list of names, but the names are duplicated down the page. Each name is on a new line by itself.
If I want to remove all the duplicates and just find out who is included in the file, I can simply do:
This will remove duplicates and print them to your terminal.