I wrote about swapping color schemes across terminals and Vim. Also trying to document how scripting in Linux is shifting how I think about computers: https://writing.grantcuster.com/posts/2020-07-12-swapping-color-schemes-across-all-terminals-and-vim-with-pywal-and-base16/
Work ↓ https://feed.grantcuster.com/post/1594235103/
Light and dark mode with hotkey. Mostly done using pywal, though Vim turned out to be tricky because the gruvbox package needs to have the background set. I might try using base16-shell instead...
Work ↓ https://feed.grantcuster.com/post/1594067628/
Using only the pixels from the rendered to text to render the image.
Work ↓ https://feed.grantcuster.com/post/1593972218/
Font pixels to image pixels.
Work ↓ https://feed.grantcuster.com/post/1593913519/
Subpixel antialiasing pixel-sort.
Work ↓ https://feed.grantcuster.com/post/1593733337/
Working on creating a gallery for images created using Constraint Systems. Hugo continues to be an enjoyable way to make a website.
Work ↓ https://feed.grantcuster.com/post/1593638799/
Template debugging aesthetic.
Work ↓ https://feed.grantcuster.com/post/1593565339/
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Figuring out a GIF maker.
Span is an alternative text layout experiment. Use vim-like keyboard controls to lay out and rearrange text, line by line.
Work ↓ https://feed.grantcuster.com/post/1592768509/
Tiling window manager + xzoom + automatic reload script makes for a pretty good design-dev set-up.
Work ↓ https://feed.grantcuster.com/post/1592622396/
Figuring out sprite animation, maybe.
Work ↓ http://feed.grantcuster.com/post/20200606T025218409Z Span gradient theme.
Work ↓ http://feed.grantcuster.com/post/20200604T002713498Z Refactored Span, got most of the functionality working again now.
Going out on a limb. Creative interface experiments at http://constraint.systems. Recent Linux convert. Foster parent. Work and inspiration in progress. He/they.
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