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  1. Oops. Yeah, that's an exiftool option as well. I think -delete_original will kill that backup copy. They keep it there for safety in case you accidentally run this on a bunch of raw files which are now never going to process correctly. ?
  2. Yeah something pasted wrong. Orientation needs two dashes in front of it and (if using an arg file) should be on the next line after the @. SO: -all= -Photoshop:all= -trailer:all= -EXIF:all= -IFD0:all= -JFIF:all= -tagsFromFile @ --Orientation Not sure why that happened.
  3. Windows is being dumb about pulling my registry changes, but you can make a drag and drop eraser out of exiftool by creating a file named "delete_args.args" in the same directory as exiftool containing: -all= -Photoshop:all= -trailer:all= -EXIF:all= -IFD0:all= -JFIF:all= -tagsFromFile @ Orientation Then rename (or rename a shortcut) exiftool.exe to "exiftool(-@ exif_delete.args).exe This strips nearly everything from files dragged and dropped onto it, including things after the image that might not even show up or be meaningful at first glance... modifying right click items isn't working because my computer is being stupid about reloading the registry so I'll leave that task for someone else, this method is more cross-platform anyway.
  4. If you set up exiftool with a command line option you should be able to add a right click menu item for it. I'll BRB with a .reg file you can customize to your needs.
  5. RIght on. I only have the mail-in options here and the E6 kits looked crazy expensive until I found out you can re-use each bath until they quit working, just tack another 30s bath time on. So, prolly ordering one of those once I clear out some other projects.
  6. I always liked the impermanence of shit. I was never running around creating masterpieces but I didn't care when shit got buffed / painted over and it became a little game to see how visible shit could get and still stay up for a long time. If you're going to go through this kind of crazy channel to keep your shit up you might as well get in with a historical preservation society and get a plaque and make it a landmark before anybody gets a chance to paint over it.
  7. One thing I learned when I lived on the gulf coast years back was that the rest of the country was way more worried about gulf coast hurricanes than anybody who lived there.
  8. I'll try to start a room on their server later tonight and post a link here. I need to make sure the room won't go down when I log out though, my connection is pretty bad most of the time. This one is really easy. Just download & install and click a link to a server from the browser and it will open in that; they use drawpile:// links for their servers. I didn't have to do any other setup except picking a username, and those are just per-room I think. The program is pretty standard as far as drawing options go. Their public server's room listing is @ http://pub.drawpile.net/
  9. One of my roommates had worked at the shop before that and was moving out of state so they were going to need somebody. I always thought stained glass was cool and was already good at soldering which lots of people have trouble with so they were happy they didn't have to try to teach me that part... from what I could tell working there / seeing other people's stuff over the years, soldering is something people either pick up and get good at quickly or never quite get the hang of... If you're interested in it, search for studios where you live, lots of them do 8-10 hour crash courses for pretty cheap; otherwise just go in and tell them you're interested and they'll probably let you hang out and watch / bullshit. It's something you can easily do while talking / thinking about something else for large parts of it so you're not gonna be distracting anybody. Other than that you can get a good diamond grinder, solder iron, glass cutter, and other non-consumable shit for under $300 for everything we commonly used in the shop. Most of the costs are in the glass itself... something like a simple solid color without a texture might be ~$4-8 for 9 square feet. More complicated glass patterns and textures vary a lot in price. For example this stuff is $140 for 4 square feet: If you're starting off doing it as a hobby though, lots of studios will have "scrap" laying around that's usually a mix of broken pieces pulled from restored windows, small pieces of really expensive stuff that aren't big enough to trust in a job, or small-medium pieces of common solid colors that are just taking up space. Our shop sold the scrap glass for a couple bucks a pound (or gave it away depending on how fed up we were with tripping over it) and you can get enough for some smaller windows really cheap that way. Lead is about $240 for 270 feet of channel lead which will last you forever doing smaller stuff, or you can do copper foiling. Solder runs about $12 a roll. The rest of the consumable supplies are dirt cheap and will generally outlast a pallet load of lead. It's nearly impossible to get lead poisoning from the alloys currently used, so I wouldn't sweat that too much. A solid 4x6 tabletop that you can tap nails into to hold the window / glass / lead in place during assembly and a smoother board to cut on + small table to sit the grinder on is plenty of space to put together a 3x5 window on top of so you don't really need that much working area either. That's probably more info than you needed but thought I'd post it in case anyone is interested in doing this lol.
  10. Now I wanna watch some Mike Tyson Mysteries. Edit: Notice how Mike Tyson instantly cut through the political memes? Tyson for president 2020
  11. You'll most likely not die in your sleep. The manner in which the shit fucks with your nervous system is one of the most excruciatingly painful things in existence according to everything I've ever read. If you need to use etch for whatever reason, go grab one of the Sodium / Ammonium Fluoride based ones instead. They're not as fast-acting, but we didn't even use etch to do actual glass etching in the shop I worked at. That's why sandblasters exist. Seriously. If you don't want to take my word for it, compare and contrast USC's guide for working with HF: https://ehs.usc.edu/files/SOP-Hydrofluoric-Acid.pdf Etc... washing it off will not help you, you need to smear yourself with more chemicals and get to a hospital, put a sign up saying you're working with HF specifically, and make sure somebody knows what you're handling so they can get your ass to the hospital when your nervous system shuts down. ...with their guide on working with shit that spontaneously explodes / catches fire: https://ehs.usc.edu/files/SOP-Reactive-Explosive.pdf They go on with heavy gloves suitable for chemical, use your judgement on whether a spill is too large to clean up yourself, etc. They don't repeatedly warn you about how much it will hurt if your hand is blown off by some messed up spontaneously explosive mixture, because they reserve that warning for HF. That's the end of my public service announcement for the day. ?
  12. GnomeToys

    Madden shooting

    This: https://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2018/09/madden-nfl-19-shooting-victim-sues-ea-claiming-negligence/ So, umm... REALLY? Does anyone here have any kind of clue exactly what kind of permit there is to have people eating pizza and playing videogames in a pizza place ? I mean the shit that happened was awful, but the company / bar weren't exactly holding an MMA tournament.
  13. Nah, that's how you oontz at work... "What are you looking at?" "Nothing, I'm running some figures..." *tap tap*
  14. Thanks man. I did that before it needed to be resurrected though. ?
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