lndianJoe134 karma2018-05-16 17:44:20 UTC
When learning about how videogames were made, it feels like graphic artists and programmers often had to work hand in hand and use a lot of clever tricks to get the max out of a system. Nowadays, it feels like everybody relies on the power of the hardware and only a few softs are really optimised. Is this really true ? Do some still get stuff thought to be imossible out of current gen hardware ?
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lndianJoe124 karma2019-07-03 19:42:40 UTC
you said previously that Photopea runs offline once loaded. How big is the software ? I'm asking because it is definitely faster to open www.photopea.com than to open Photoshop, which do not have to be downloaded !
lndianJoe68 karma2020-03-24 13:14:00 UTC
What gives negative cases such importance in your opinion? What specific data may be overlooked?
lndianJoe1 karma2018-02-20 17:15:39 UTC
You offer deals from USA and Canada. What should I look for to get some equivalent deals, but from Europe ?
lndianJoe-1 karma2018-10-10 09:25:08 UTC
Half a pack? Those are rookie numbers! /s
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