Pinta | Simple GTK # Paint Program | QRCode Processing library

 by   PintaProject C# Version: 2.1.1 License: MIT

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Pinta is a C# library typically used in Utilities, QRCode Processing applications. Pinta has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has a Permissive License and it has medium support. You can download it from GitHub.

Simple GTK# Paint Program

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              Pinta has a medium active ecosystem.
              It has 1453 star(s) with 242 fork(s). There are 79 watchers for this library.
              It had no major release in the last 12 months.
              Pinta has no issues reported. There are 2 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
              It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
              The latest version of Pinta is 2.1.1

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              Pinta has no bugs reported.

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              Pinta has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.

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              Pinta is licensed under the MIT License. This license is Permissive.
              Permissive licenses have the least restrictions, and you can use them in most projects.

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              Pinta releases are available to install and integrate.

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            Community Discussions


            Web scraping from multiple pages with for loop part 2
            Asked 2020-Dec-21 at 23:03

            My original problem:

            "I have created web scraping tool for picking data from listed houses.

            I have problem when it comes to changing page. I did make for loop to go from 1 to some number.

            Problem is this: In this web pages last "page" can be different all the time. Now it is 70, but tomorrow it can be 68 or 72. And if I but range for example to (1-74) it will print last page many times, because if you go over the maximum the page always loads the last."

            Then I got help from Ricco D who wrote code that it will know when to stop:



            Answered 2020-Dec-21 at 18:44

            Finding your element with class name doesn't seem to be the best idea..because of this. Same class name for all the next elements.

            I don't know what you are looking for exactly because of the language. I go to the website>press f12>press ctrl+f>type the xpath..See what elements you get.If you don't know about xpaths read this.



            Javascript game lagging when i tap a bottom in mobile version
            Asked 2020-May-17 at 12:15

            I am trying to make a game on javascript. In Computer version it works correctly, but when I try to prove in mobile version (Google chrome > F12 > Toggle device toolbar or Ctrl+Shift+M), game is lagging at tap the left/right bottoms.

            I have tried to change div elements to buttoms, but really I dont know where is the problem. It is not a complex game, or at least I think.

            Here is the code:



            Answered 2020-May-17 at 12:15

            This also happened to me and I had no idea what the problem was. I submitted a bug report to the Chrome team, and the response was the following:

            I believe this is expected. If you add an event listener, a touchstart may indicate that scrolling is about to happen (Chrome can't tell a priori whether the event will be preventDefaulted). We thus avoid scheduling any Javascript tasks like timers to ensure touch handlers remain responsive so the potential upcoming scroll can start ASAP.

            So, basically, Chrome stops timers for a bit of time after the user begins touching the screen to ensure responsiveness in scrolling.

            There are two easy ways to avoid this:

            1. Use passive event listeners.

              This is a promise to Chrome that the handler doesn't call ev.preventDefault() so we can tell ahead of time that a touch drag will cause scrolling. Because of that, when we're ready to scroll (off the Javascript thread) we don't have to wait for handlers to respond and we can scroll immediately, so we don't have to keep the JS thread idle to get responsiveness.



            How to add error values next to error bars?
            Asked 2019-Dec-12 at 18:44

            I'm using matplotlib for my plots. I have with me the plot and errorbar. I want to specify the error value in text next to the errorbars. I'm looking for something like this (edited in pinta):

            Is this possible to do in this code:



            Answered 2019-Dec-12 at 18:44

            You can use the annotate function to add text labels in the plot. Here is how you could do it:



            Comparing attributes from 2 sets
            Asked 2019-Sep-20 at 16:36

            I have 2 sets of data, let's say, Workers and Platform. Both have attributes, say, Drilling, Grinding, Hammering.

            I need a way to compare, in Excel, the attributes for each element within both sets. For example, if Platform A requires Hammering and Drilling, and Worker A has Drilling, Grinding and Hammering, he'd be accepted for platform A. Worker B only has Drilling, so he'd be rejected at platform B.

            The following spreadsheet illustrates this clearly:


            In the sheet, "Canta Baila Pinta" are the attributes. The solution I've come up so far is: Generate a string for each Worker and Platform, which equals to its attributes

            How do I compare both strings as if to ask, "Does string B contain any element not present in B?"

            Furthermore, this code is not dynamic... how would you go about making it so that any newly added attribute got processed automatically, without user intervention?



            Answered 2019-Sep-20 at 16:36
            delete all your formulae and use these:



            Python extend method for lists decompose elements of the first list in to the second
            Asked 2018-Nov-27 at 16:23

            Apparently, I have a problem with my code. I run the below module with Python 3.6.6 Shell. I want to check whether elements of size 4 exists on list a_list and copy them to b_list. There is only one such element ('3m7n'), but it is decomposed in 4 others ('3', 'm', '7', 'n'). Why?



            Answered 2018-Nov-26 at 04:06

            extend expects a list append expects an element



            How do I to paint a specific column with different colors in JTable?
            Asked 2018-Jun-06 at 23:46

            I have a JTable and I want to paint a column with different colors depending value of cell. To make it I am trying to create a ´TableCellRender´ but cannot make it works, the values seems hidding after ´setDefaultRenderer´.

            How could I do it works ?





            Answered 2018-Jun-06 at 23:35

            Since your renderer is now acting as the default render for all the columns, you need to take into consideration how to handle them as well...



            Django: Creating a navigation bar splitted in two parts with elements styled differently (HTML, CSS, Javascript)
            Asked 2018-Mar-19 at 06:49

            I am trying to create a search button in a responsive navigation bar. The navigation bar has a media query in the CSS file that reduces it to a dropdown list according to the dimension of the reader's screen.

            The html of the navigation bar is the following:



            Answered 2018-Mar-19 at 06:49

            Found a solution

            Create a div container for the general navbar and displayed its elements inline




            how to properly install latest version of `npm` compatible with nodejs` inside a python virtualenv
            Asked 2017-Nov-10 at 05:24

            ubuntu 16.04

            I want to install npm 5.4.2 node 8.7.0. i.e when I do npm --version it should say 5.4.2 and doing node --version should say 8.7.0.




            Answered 2017-Nov-10 at 05:24

            Try using using the following after completely removing old files leftover by previous installation. The best way to install node now is nvm, apt has too much issues.



            Making a for-each within a CDATA response
            Asked 2017-Jul-17 at 00:02

            I am completely new to the world of XSLT so please forgive me if I don't use the proper terms.

            I need to make an integration with an external system, and this system returns a string wrapped in a CDATA, similar to this:



            Answered 2017-Jul-16 at 21:47

            This is the most horrible XML I have seen for a long time.

            Once you've parsed this XML into a tree, you will find there is a text node containing:



            SVG/PNG files open differently in the browser
            Asked 2017-Jul-11 at 09:30

            I am working on a project where our database is on svg format. Now, the weird thing (I don't know much about image formats) is that the image looks totally different if I open it on a computer program like Image Viewer, ImageMagick or Pinta, to how the image looks when I open it on a browser (be it Mozilla or Chrome). I am attaching an image (converted from svg to png) for convenience and you can see that the difference is really big if you open it on a browser compared to a normal program (if you download it and open it on your computer).

            Now, I opened it on Python to see what is going on, and apparently the image is on RBGA format. I thought to convert it to RGB, and did it using the following code:



            Answered 2017-Jul-11 at 09:30

            In fact, SVG and PNG are totally different.

            SVG (Scallable vector graphics) is not a standard image format : the image is not stored as an raay of pixel (or derivative), but as a vectorized format. To display it, you would have to render the vectors into pixels, then display them. The big assets of this approach are the quality vs. size : for illustrations, you can have a fantastic quality for almost nothing in size, however, it requires more time to process, and the decoding is very different from other image formats, thus it is often not supported by image viewers, and the renders can depend a bit on the renderer.

            PNG (Portable network graphics) on the other hand is still based on pixel, and is very widely supported.

            As for your question, your image have an alpha (transparency) channel. When converting it to RGB, you are getting rid of this transparency, which opencv translates into a fixed color. Here, this color is (0,0,0), that is to say black.

            You should try this :


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