Colors are, at heart, represented by how light of specific wavelengths is absorbed by a particular color. The human eye can only detect a certain range of these wavelengths. Consider it as a tiny light bulb, with red at the top, and violet at the bottom. There is some overlap in the blue spectrum and in some cases, the orange spectrum; but the only place they are not overlapping is in the red and violet spectrum. The combination of red, green, and blue (the primary colors) creates a large part of what the human eye sees. The mixing of colors is called “color mixing”; combining 2 colors leaves a combined color. If, when mixing 2 colors, you add the same amount of red and green to get orange, it is still red-orange; if you add the same amount of green and blue to get green-blue, it is still green. Adding red and blue gives you a cyan. The ratio of red to blue is very important in the color wheel. Yellow is made up of a mix of blue and green. Red-green and red-blue are the opposite of green-blue and red-green, respectively.
The frequency range of light of which the human eye can detect varies with the wavelength. The longer the wavelength, the higher frequency and the more energy the light carries. As a general rule of thumb, the visible spectrum is the range from 400nm to 700nm. Anything outside of this range is visible, but can’t be seen.
The more energy the light has, the more of the spectrum a light has, and the higher frequency it has. Wavelength is measured in nanometers, so a nanometer equals one billionth of a meter. The shorter the wavelength, the higher frequency and the more energy the light carries.
The white light spectrum is actually a combination of colors. A combination of red, blue and green makes white; the same concept applies to the visible spectrum.
The actual color of a light, however, is the measured spectrum of that light. The measured spectrum of white light is white. White light is split into its constituent wavelengths, red, green, and blue, and measured. Colors can be measured in terms of hue and saturation, with saturation being the color brightness. Colors can also be measured as RGB, or Red, Green and Blue (where R is Red, G is Green, and B is Blue), and CMYK, or Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and Key. The actual amounts of
Some of the features of Elements are:
Basic image editing: Red eye reduction, crop, straighten, rotate, smart straighten, add borders, adjust clarity, adjust brightness/contrast, crop, sharpen, reduce noise, adjust and save colors, Gaussian blur, image retouching, straighten, rotate, straighten, merge, flip, merge, and flip.
Basic photo manipulation: Lighten and darken, levels, curves, curves, color balance, saturation, contrast, tint, sharpen, brightness, sepia, lighten, darken, add contrast, add color, add clarity, add blur, add grain, reduce, lighten, darken, colorize, apply a watermark, gaussian blur, sharpen, brightness, saturation, contrast, colorize, tint, adjust and save colors, image retouching, rip, add borders, add frames, crop, clone, despeckle, invert colors, create effects.
Scanning and image editing: Copy multiple and edit images, add borders, rotate, flip, crop, straighten, brightness, contrast, sharpen, colorize, tint, create effects, resize, rotate, flip, and straighten.
Online editing and sharing: Built-in FTP upload, FTP to Google Drive, convert to GIF, JPG, PNG, TIFF, PPM, SVG, PSD, PDF and various other formats.
Filter Tools: Clone Stamp, blur, blur with brush, lens blur, and gaussian blur.
Saving, printing and sharing: Export JPG, TIFF, PNG, PSD and various other formats. Export to PDF, archive and browse images from Photos Library.
You can create an image by filling the empty rectangle using the brush tool, or the pen tool, moving the brush or pen to the appropriate color, and then drawing.
Alternatively, you can use a provided palette of predefined photo editing tools, either by clicking the image or by dragging the tool from the toolbar to an area of the image.
Adding a text effect to an image is as simple as dragging the Text tool into a blank area.
You can use the Direct Selection tool to manually edit the pixels of your image. For more complex editing tasks, you can use the lasso tool, which lets you create a selection window, or the selection brush, which lets you paint the shape of an object, or the pencil
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A generic is considered as a copy of the previously released drug. There are many reasons that can lead to the development of a generic drug. Different from generics, pharmaceuticals are under patents. Once the patent expires, it is allowed to manufacture the new drug. However, there is always a huge competition among new pharmaceutical companies to seize a better position to offer more choices to their consumers. In order to compete with them, generics can be an answer.
Pharmaceuticals can include the drug that is only for individuals. This type of drug should be used only by the customers who consume it. However, if you are looking for a drug for general use, generics can still be an answer. For the pharmaceutical industry, another good reason to produce generics is the safety aspect. If you have ever heard of thalidomide, chances are you might have heard about it causing birth defects. When a medicine is first released on the market, it might not be completely safe. When it is a generic, the effectiveness and safety of the drug can be fully verified before it is released for sale.
If the drug that you need has already been developed by others, you can not avoid the effect of market competition. By making a generic version of the product, you will be able to save money. In this way, you will be able to compete with the leading firms because you will be able to reduce the costs. Of course, other factors such as the client’s budget and the source from where it will be produced are considered.
Another important advantage to be gained by using generics is the improvement of the treatments. When a new medicine is discovered
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getting NSUnknownKeyException when using NSUserDefaults
I’m trying to get the users phone to remember the last time they played. I have a 2 views that get saved depending on whether they are in the “Started” or “Playing” view (There are no problems showing the Start View. So I can get a bit of information… I can call [AppDelegate get] lastPlayed: which gives me back an array of the last time the user played (using NSUserDefaults data)
but when i get to the “Playing” view…. if i call [AppDelegate get] lastPlayed: I get an exception, I get this error:
*** Terminating app due to uncaught exception ‘NSUnknownKeyException’, reason: ‘[ setInteger:forKey:]: the entity name must be a valid key’
so the problem is that when i get to the Playing View, I get the error when i try to use the data i’ve just saved.
thanks for any help.
I’m going to make a guess and assume that AppDelegate is an instance of your app delegate. If that is the case, and if this app delegate has no key stored in NSUserDefaults for the lastPlayed: key, then it could be that you are treating that key as one expected by that instance of the app delegate (e.g. have never called [[NSUserDefaults standardUserDefaults] setBool:YES forKey:@”lastPlayed”]).
I would suggest a couple things: first, that you probably will have to move your lastPlayed: logic up into a class and put that as a property into your app delegate (or maybe, even your overall navigation controller if that makes sense). So, maybe just have your app delegate hold a property like lastPlayed: or something that you can use as
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Creating a Multi-Account Application
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