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@Photorat I agree and I usually refrain from photographing art but this particular sculpure has so many different perspectives and so many ways to capture the light that allows for some art in photographing it by itself.

We decided to christmas-decorate our home, after so many years :-)

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I have done it! I caught this lil one coming in HOT 🔥, letting the tower know & landing gear, out! & now that I've had a closer [slower] look, evidently this is a 'rare' for CA Mexican violetear (Colibri thalassinus)!? You can hear their wings flutter coming in and their ADORABLE sound as well as eating! They come back about once an hour. Filmed via iPhone XS at 1080p 240fps slo-mo & slightly overexposed to bring out their blues & greens. #MastoArt #CreativeToots


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@ziix this is awesome, looks like it's rendered or something, the colors, awesome.

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@forteller 2 shouldn't be too hard, I just have to sort the array of files by name. 1 can be worked around by saving the html to your disk before closing the tab (just ctrl+s). @Jason_Dodd

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Tech debt is a very real thing. We tend to think of it as purely bad, but debt isn't bad when you're borrowing to buy a house. Same with borrowing a little tech debt in the name of shipping quickly. The key is to understand how much you're borrowing.

What's the best way to package an HTML app that should be able to work offline? I don't want to package electron for a few lines of js.

@forteller another attempt a bit more polished, and now it works in chrome


@Jason_Dodd feel free to take any code/ideas and sorry for stealing your project, I got carried away.

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This seems to lead somewhere. :-)

Still crude but visit qwazix.com/shared/sorter_simpl and drop your files on the grey space (still gently) and then click zip. It should give you a zip with the images sorted. (only png and jpegs for now, and only firefox)

I might try to add a sorting lib for some nicer effects on sorting and a bit better responsiveness of dragging.

(you can download the file and dependencies and use it locally too, it still does not upload anything)

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I was hoping that this (qwazix.com/shared/sorter2.html) would be an easy workaround.

You can drop your images in and then sort them (as long as you do the drag and drop operations slow and gently). I was hoping that upon saving the html it would save the images as separate files but it doesn't do that unfortunately, it keeps them as dataURL's

This does not upload anything anywhere, it doesn't even have javascript.

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