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just a quick test

13 Jun 2016 15:57 by BigZocker98@g...com
SansDaSkeleton01 - 12 Jun 2016 23:56
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How can you? I'd love to know.
BigZocker98@g...com - 13 Jun 2016 15:43
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To set the cells' size to e.g. 4, open your browser's dev console and type
with(grid) { cellSize = 4; paintGrid(paper) }
You can't normally make the cell size smaller than 10 pixels or bigger than 32 because your input is checked.
That doesn't do much though if you have direct access to the values :)
SansDaSkeleton01 - 13 Jun 2016 17:08
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Wut.
BigZocker98@g...com - 13 Jun 2016 17:55
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"Wut" as in "Got it but wth"?
SansDaSkeleton01 - 13 Jun 2016 17:55
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No, wut as in WHAT?!
BigZocker98@g...com - 13 Jun 2016 19:29
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Yeah that doesn't really answer my question. Do you understand what to do?
TheRandomMaker - 14 Jun 2016 21:43
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no its WAT
TheRandomMaker - 14 Jun 2016 21:43
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i dont get it
BigZocker98@g...com - 15 Jun 2016 12:25
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To generate a grid of a specific width, size and paintable cells of specific size, the website nees to know those values.
They are stored as variables using JavaScript. You can execute JavaScript statements to access these variables.
To do so, you can open your browsers "developer tools" or "debug tools" (usually by pressing F12 or Ctlr+Shift+I) and switching to a tab labeled "Console"
When you create a new image on GridPaint and are on the paiting screen, you can open that console, type the thing I wrote in my previous comment and hit Enter to change the cellSize of the grid to what you want.
Whatsherface - 27 Oct 2016 13:26
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when you try to explain but they still don't understand.. @me
Bucwah - 24 May 2017 14:45
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Send this to Vlad @ [bottom of the page], I don't think he would take it down, but he should be able set up the cell size on the program [Grid paint] so we can all do this through the initial artwork properties, without the Javascript & other stuff. He would be happy to know this. I would email this to him, but it's your information so I'll let you do it. [ vlad alexeev@gmail.com ]