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Hello and Welcome to this Graphics village pump of Commons. This Graphics village pump aims to provide help and information about the several Graphic Labs spread in the Wikipedias, and to be the technical support forum for all the local Labs, graphists (graphic artists), and users interested in graphic works, and is a page where graphists and users from all the Labs can talk about graphics, tutorials, graphic software, help to build new Graphic Labs, etc. Also for exchanging opinions, ideas, protocols, and ways of improvement.
See also: Other graphic community pages (list on top) | Graphics abilities page | Graphic Tool | Project Insignia | Stroke Order Project | Current requests/discussions
Diagonally striped pattern on svg country map
I'm trying to fill countries with a diagonally striped pattern on a svg world map
kind of style, however, just filling countries instead of regions would be fine. Colors should be able to be determined with the ability to create transparent stripes. There are instructions
on how to entirely fill and circle countries, but the above feature is missing. Anyone here who could extend the instructions or comment? Would like to use this map outside of Wikipedia in case there are different rendering requirements.
Question for all you Commons users out there - what sort of gallery software do you use on your machines? By gallery software I mean summarising your collection of photos by date, folder and metadata tags. Currently I use Windows Live Photo Gallery, but it's no longer supported by Microsoft and is rather creaking under the strain of 24MP photos. I also use Geosetter for geocoding.
What I need the software to be able to handle is:
- Hundreds of thousands of photos
- Large photos, eg 30MP and above
- Adding and removing keyword tags
- Adding and removing people tags
- Mass date adjustment
- Filtering by date, folder, tags, camera, etc
- Simple adjustments like rotating 90 degrees
Does anyone have any suggestions? -mattbuck (Talk) 16:25, 1 September 2018 (UTC)