I am profiling memory on my app usage and was looking at the built-in tremMemory(int level) methods in LruResourceCache and LruBitmapPool to see what their behavior is when I invoke them from my application's onTrimMemory method. The trim memory levels are documented here.
ShareX is a free and open source program that lets you capture or record any area of your screen and share it with a single press of a key. It also allows uploading images, text or other types of files to many supported destinations you can choose from.
When adjusting alpha on a pixel from the color picker it's quite easy to "whiff" the alpha bar and replace your current color with black because the SV box's area for some reason extends several pixels below the alpha bar's. Demonstration in the below image:
I am not used to CSS syntax so it would be amazing if you add a lot of example config.yml files. Also, try adding config.yml files for the GIFs you are displaying in your README.md. They look fantastic. I have spent hours trying to get perfect GIF but no luck.
Gifski requires at least 2 frames in the resulting GIF, but users might accidentally trim or choose low enough FPS for the resulting GIF to contain less than 2 frames. We should show a warning in the editor's view in that case.
Right now, we just show an error when the conversion starts:
Currently 32 bit test execution is only done for .NET Framework, with dotnet xunit which is an obsolete tool today, we need to adapt dotnet test, and add 32 bit CI targets for both net5.0 and netcoreapp3.1. Opening an issue to remember and track this debt.
图片/视频选择器 - 支持LivePhoto、GIF图片选择、3DTouch预览、在线下载iCloud上的资源、编辑图片/视频、浏览网络图片 功能 Imitation wx photo/image picker - support for LivePhoto, GIF image selection, 3DTouch preview, Download the resources on iCloud online, browse the web image function