Use the "Set Ambient Light Color" scripting function to change the color of a map's ambient light over a duration of time (e.g. to change the overall mood of a scene or to transition to a new time of day).
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Do you wish there was a single video that you could just send to all the non-FOSS normies and have them understand why we're raging on about free software and GNU+Linux and whatnot?
Well. This is that video:
Other platforms call it "Pro" and take your money, we call it "Membership" and give you participation.
Interested in becoming a member of the legal entity behind the platform, Codeberg e.V.? Have a look at https://join.codeberg.org!
Well this is a (pleasant) surprise!
It’s now super easy to welcome new #OpenStreetMap mappers in your country or region.
Are you systematically welcoming new mappers in your area?
Three out of four adults think Facebook is making society worse: https://edition.cnn.com/2021/11/10/business/cnn-poll-facebook/index.html
Actually, the ad-based business model is the problem here - https://tutanota.com/blog/posts/how-free-web-fuels-conspiracy-theories - but Facebook & Google are it's more prominent representatives. Let's fight for privacy and change the web for the better! 💪
And don't let yourself get fooled by those buttons! They may look clickable, but there's no GUI input system yet 😅
Or is this just a Norwegian thing? 😅
Thanks a lot to all the https://mastodon.social/@Blender contributors ❤
So please share your recommendations, if you have any!
Of course, picking a country and reading about it on Wikipedia works.
But I'd love to have something I can use the same way as I use other media.
So far, Wikipedia and various very specific travel blogs/vlogs have been the best option for me. BBC World sometimes also have some interesting documentaries (that are not only about ancient Rome or the planets😛), but most of BBC is not accessible outside UK.
I would live to see a change in attitude, and I'm pretty sure I'm not the onl one. However, I find it hard to find resources to help me learn more about the world (in an "unbiased" way. Anyone who have some resources to share with me? 🙂
- Good (free or at least accessible) documentaries about various countries less talked about
- International media that's not only focused on the biggest news that all other media cover.
- Maybe even some untraditional onlie travel magasines?
Unpopular opinion: I wish for a world with mutual respect across borders, where people are curious about each others' culture and have learnt to distinguish people and culture from politics. Where people don't just shout on each others' countries (as if a country is *one* thing?), and are equally interested in all foreign cultures.
Most of this world's countries are ignored by our media, and some countries we only know of because of war, conflicts, politics, etc.
Got permission to release my prototype Learning Basic on Mars game. It implements a C64 like basic. I didn't get to coding the earlier easy missions. The included ones are to show what you learned. #gamedev #learning
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