Click here to Skip to main content
15,882,278 members

Welcome to the Lounge

   

For discussing anything related to a software developer's life but is not for programming questions. Got a programming question?

The Lounge is rated Safe For Work. If you're about to post something inappropriate for a shared office environment, then don't post it. No ads, no abuse, and no programming questions. Trolling, (political, climate, religious or whatever) will result in your account being removed.

 
GeneralRe: How often do you change Web Browsers? Pin
raddevus11-Oct-23 8:07
mvaraddevus11-Oct-23 8:07 
GeneralRe: How often do you change Web Browsers? Pin
Ralf Quint11-Oct-23 9:05
Ralf Quint11-Oct-23 9:05 
GeneralRe: How often do you change Web Browsers? Pin
RedDk11-Oct-23 9:31
RedDk11-Oct-23 9:31 
GeneralRe: How often do you change Web Browsers? Pin
BernardIE531712-Oct-23 7:40
BernardIE531712-Oct-23 7:40 
RantSquinting at Pixels in Linux - Q&A Pin
megaadam10-Oct-23 1:57
professionalmegaadam10-Oct-23 1:57 
GeneralRe: Squinting at Pixels in Linux - Q&A Pin
raddevus10-Oct-23 2:16
mvaraddevus10-Oct-23 2:16 
GeneralRe: Squinting at Pixels in Linux - Q&A Pin
megaadam10-Oct-23 3:23
professionalmegaadam10-Oct-23 3:23 
GeneralRe: Squinting at Pixels in Linux - Q&A Pin
jschell10-Oct-23 4:53
jschell10-Oct-23 4:53 
megaadam wrote:
am I only one in 8 billion who needs this?


To be fair far, far fewer than that will do anything with images except just look at them as some media site presents it. And probably of those won't be looked at at all.

Then of that vast subset only a much smaller subset are those that do create/edit images. And those are going to be looking at the macro scale.

megaadam wrote:
visually compare minuscule differences in sequence of images...Maintain the zoom as I flick through the images


I have never seen a request like that before.

Curious as to the use case.

Matter of fact when one says "minuscule" I wonder what you do with different color graduations? Say just one bit difference in the blue of one pixel? Seems unlikely that you could visually see that.

Myself I would expect programmatically it to be easier. I would probably write code to read the image, perhaps provide a bounding region, then compare the pixels via the bytes.
GeneralRe: Squinting at Pixels in Linux - Q&A Pin
Gerry Schmitz10-Oct-23 8:01
mveGerry Schmitz10-Oct-23 8:01 
AnswerRe: Squinting at Pixels in Linux - Q&A Pin
megaadam10-Oct-23 22:00
professionalmegaadam10-Oct-23 22:00 
GeneralRe: Squinting at Pixels in Linux - Q&A Pin
Gary R. Wheeler11-Oct-23 1:46
Gary R. Wheeler11-Oct-23 1:46 
GeneralRe: Squinting at Pixels in Linux - Q&A Pin
Jacquers18-Oct-23 18:56
Jacquers18-Oct-23 18:56 
GeneralCCC 2023-10-10 Pin
Peter_in_27809-Oct-23 22:03
professionalPeter_in_27809-Oct-23 22:03 
GeneralRe: CCC 2023-10-10 Pin
OriginalGriff9-Oct-23 22:06
mveOriginalGriff9-Oct-23 22:06 
GeneralRe: CCC 2023-10-10 Pin
pkfox9-Oct-23 23:47
professionalpkfox9-Oct-23 23:47 
GeneralRe: CCC 2023-10-10 Pin
Peter_in_27809-Oct-23 23:58
professionalPeter_in_27809-Oct-23 23:58 
GeneralRe: CCC 2023-10-10 Pin
pkfox10-Oct-23 0:16
professionalpkfox10-Oct-23 0:16 
GeneralRe: CCC 2023-10-10 Pin
OriginalGriff10-Oct-23 0:01
mveOriginalGriff10-Oct-23 0:01 
GeneralRe: CCC 2023-10-10 Pin
OriginalGriff10-Oct-23 2:00
mveOriginalGriff10-Oct-23 2:00 
GeneralRe: CCC 2023-10-10 Pin
Peter_in_278010-Oct-23 2:08
professionalPeter_in_278010-Oct-23 2:08 
GeneralRe: CCC 2023-10-10 Pin
yacCarsten10-Oct-23 2:41
yacCarsten10-Oct-23 2:41 
NewsUnity CEO Pin
Super Lloyd9-Oct-23 19:00
Super Lloyd9-Oct-23 19:00 
GeneralRe: Unity CEO Pin
Dave Kreskowiak9-Oct-23 19:20
mveDave Kreskowiak9-Oct-23 19:20 
GeneralRe: Unity CEO Pin
GuyThiebaut9-Oct-23 19:56
professionalGuyThiebaut9-Oct-23 19:56 
GeneralRe: Unity CEO Pin
honey the codewitch9-Oct-23 20:04
mvahoney the codewitch9-Oct-23 20:04 

General General    News News    Suggestion Suggestion    Question Question    Bug Bug    Answer Answer    Joke Joke    Praise Praise    Rant Rant    Admin Admin   

Use Ctrl+Left/Right to switch messages, Ctrl+Up/Down to switch threads, Ctrl+Shift+Left/Right to switch pages.