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You could be right about DIN A4 size, I just plain don't know. I used US letter size in GIMP templates though and, plain A4 is in the GIMP templates too.saulgoode wrote:O, I though DIN A4 was the normal letter size. Please set me straight if that is incorrect
Thu Jan 13, 2011 12:38 pm
Oregonian wrote:AFAIK, regular A4 is slightly narrower and slightly longer than US Letter.
Oregonian wrote:Your images in the calendar are cool. How did you get different images in the calendar? More experimenting.
The facet image can be a single layer or multiple layers. If the facet image has twelve layers then each layer will appear on a different face of the dodecahedron (bottom layer is January, top layer is December). Fewer than twelve layers will result in the layers being repeated to produce the twelve faces (e.g., four layers would be "cycled through" three times).
The facet layers will be centered and scaled (up or down) to completely fill the facet. (I made it so that if a facet layer is linked then the layer will not be scaled but this feature may prove difficult to use.)
Here is an example output using an edge-length of "120" and various covers from Fantasy & Science Fiction magazines as the facet image (you can use "File->Open As Layers" to create a multilayer facet image).
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