As we see in the image below, Geany uses regular expressions to modify the source code. I used a regular expression: [“\# >>>”]*(.*) to replace the # >>> with nothing. More about regular expressions on Wikipedia.
The concept of DOF (depth-of-field) is to use information about Z values and use it to blur objects. The more out of depth they are, the more they are blurred. This is a simple example : I used a cube. Then I multiplied by the modifier array. It can use… Continue Reading Simple effect in Blender 3D: Depth of Field (DOF)
Sometimes the use of copy and paste results in loading the document with a heading inappropriate.
We have two way of solving this problem. We may use the button in the image below:
It opens the following window. Use right click and have two options:
Now, use Modify… from the menu and a new dialog window show you.
I change the font from Liberation Sans in URW Chancery L. using the Paragraph Style: Heading 3:
Now the entire document will change automatically.
It is useful when we want to reduce the size of a document.
Another method is to use right click on the text and then modify its properties:
Now the settings window will appear Paragraph Style: Heading 3.
Please make all changes and click Ok button.
For this, we need two software Blender 3D and Makehuman. The first step will open makehuman determines his character and settings (see image below): Then saves the object Collada. In this case name_of_file: The next step will load the object through the blender scripts. More specifically through File -> Import… Continue Reading Blender < 2.5 and MakeHuman - not finish
Create default template and edit the old template First, you need to have OpenOffice. To create a default template should follow the following steps: Create a new document File menu -> New, and change settings or styles as you desire (this will be your template); From the File… Continue Reading Set default template on OpenOffice Writer
Yumex – best GUI to install packages on Fedora You need to use these commands to start yumex: [mypc@home ~]$ su Password: [root@home mypc]# yumex On this image, you see Yumex GUI and how to install packages:
Setting special keys on Linux! I use Fedora 9. Use System – Preferences – Personal – Keyboard Shortcuts. You will see this dialog : You have these options: Sound, Desktop, Window Manager I select “Desktop” for example : How to configure one key? Use the left click mouse button on… Continue Reading Assign keys on Linux.