This is the sixth part of the series that describes the additional capabilities that you can get on your tabbed panes.
I wouldn't be the first to admit it, but my programming skills are much better than my designing / color-matching skills. The ever merciless community won't let me forget this (and i thank you for it).
My current work project involves extending an existing application and adding a few new features. All is well and good, but it's written in C++. Well, all is still well, since that has been my primary development from '99 to '02 (in Visual Studio 6).
Joshua has tagged me, so here are five things that you didn't know about me.
- I spent about 25 minutes (don't tell my boss) trying to trace this thing to its origin.
The first part introduced the "ghosting image" effects (aka "spring" in Romain presentations). When you rollover the mouse over a button, its icon has an outward decaying "ghost" image painted (starts from 50% opacity and decays linearly to zero).
One of the main source of ideas for new features in Substance is the community. And not only the explicit user requests.