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11-05-06 Update: - If you previously downloaded the full version 1.0 (and optionally the previous v1.1 patch) and you just want to get the bug fixes, download the (new) v1.2 patch file and follow the included instructions (You must have downloaded the full version at some point first to get all the necessary textures.)

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A Tinder redesigned dark UI kit with a nice overall design and color scheme. It is available for Adobe Xd as a free template with lots of elements you can use in other projects. It was very generous of Mwsurjith Raj to make this resource available for download.

This download looks like an addon. You need to extract the downloaded zip and put the addon folder in your Garry's Mod addons folder. You should end up with a directory structure similar to below:

Q. Can I change the Images? A. Of course -you can use your own. I recommend an art package like 'Affinity Designer' to create or edit Affinity and PNG Images. Instructions on how to add your own Images to an Image Control with Transparency are in the 'ImageTransparency.xlsm' file included in the download. Don't forget you can just load an Image directly into an Image Control as a Transparent GIF!

How to get SupportContact Mark Kubiszyn on the Email address provided when you purchased the Software, including the Order Number...or Contact Mark Kubiszyn via our Facebook Page - remember to be patient, if there has been an issue with your download, Mark will always respond within 48 hours and will Email you the File directly if neccessary or via Messenger. For other issues the response time may be considerably longer and I may choose to respond to specific questions only (as is my right), depending on what has been asked Future Builds * No ideas as yet!

This game is free to download and contains a few maps. Additional maps are available for purchase. You can unlock all the maps via a one-time payment of "All Maps & Modding". It includes everything for single player including skirmishing against the AI or hotseat with friends and family.

Try it in your browser before you download. Limitations: temporary file system, i.e. data might not save between runs. Limited number of translations. Also, performance and audio might not be as good as one would like.

Nov. 2021 Update: the final, released version of Starship UI is finally here! Therefore, this version is now outdated and no longer needed. Click here to download the final version of Starship UI. Thanks!

The other day, I happend across an article titled, "5 HTML5 Features you need to know" by Adnane Belmadiaf. In that article Adnane mentions the "download" attribute of the HTML Anchor tag. I'd never heard of this feature before; but, apparently, the "download" attribute tells the browser to download the HREF location using the given filename instead of navigating the browser directly to the HREF location. This doesn't necessarily surface any new functionality from the user's perspective; but, it can create a nicer user experience (UX).

There's not really too much to this "download" attribute. You simply provide a filename as the attribute value. And then, when the user clicks on the anchor link, they will download the HREF location and save the resultant payload using the provided filename:

The "download" attribute has very good support, working in all the modern browsers (with the not-surprising exceptions of IE 11 and Mobile Safari). But, this feature can really be viewed as a "progressive enhancement" since, without it, the user would simply navigate to the given HREF location where the server could generate a response value and set the appropriate Content-Disposition for download behavior and filename. So really, the "download" attribute just gives you more control over how the user experiences this existing workflow.

NOTE: According to the Mozilla Developer Network (MDN), if the Content-Disposition header provides a different filename than one outlined in the "download" attribute, the Content-Disposition will take precedence.

The notable exception to this "progressive enhancement" perspective is when the HREF attribute points to a Data URI. While you used to be able to navigate a user to a Data URI, the Chrome browser is starting to block this form of navigation because of security concerns. However, it won't block a Data URI HREF if it is used in conjunction with a "download" attribute (allowing the user to download the Data URI content).

This Chrome exception for Data URIs got me thinking about fun ways in which I could experiment with the "download" attribute. And, having recently watched the Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake "hashtag" skit (again), I thought it would be exciting to create an HTML Canvas-based "HashTag Meme" generator in which the user can download the canvas data using the "download" attribute. Not only would this let me play with the "download" feature, it would also give me a chance to play with Canvas, which I've never really done before.

Since this post is about the HTML Anchor "download" attribute and not about the Canvas element, I'm not going to give any more explanation about what this demo is doing. I've tried to supply plenty of comments; but, for the most part, this was just a fun way to look at the "download" attribute:

As you can see, the "click" handler for the Download Image button grabs the Canvas Data URI and pushes it into the button's HREF attribute. The "download" attribute then saves the resultant PNG to the user's computer.

Fun stuff! The "download" attribute seems like an nice way to provide a better user experience around file generation. And, in the case of Data URIs - perhaps the best way to provide any user experience at all.

Im trying to donwload the dataUrl but I think it is too big. My download button wont do anything and I think that happens because the dataUrl is quite large. My code works fine when my data is not so big. Are there any alternatives?

Just a curiosity ... (side discussion) I have an Angular SPA that gets profile data on a user including their digital certs. The JSON data payload includes both formatted and base64 for each cert. The user is allowed to download the cert, which I'm supplying via href="data:application/octet-stream;charset=utf-8,$[$index]"

My issue is that it's getting downloaded as a single line of data verses the standard multi line content normally seen w/ base64. The data in the JSON array is already encoded (has \r\n), but that seems to be getting striped away. It even shows up in the console inspector w/ multiple lines.

Which begs the question, how do you download large files without storing them in memory.. If you download a file to memory only the browsers network tab shows the progress, but the default download method doesn't kick in until it reaches 100%, so from a UX perspective the user doesn't see anything happening.

We, I mean my colleague, found the solution for our issue. As a reminder we are responding w/ a JSON payload that includes both the formatted and base64 for a digital cert. We needed to allow the end users to "download" / save the base64 (already locally available in the payload) for use to encrypt emails. Here's the solution (we gave them a button named "Download"). These attributes were used in an anchor tag.

This game is free to download and contains a few maps. Additional maps are available for purchase. You can unlock all the maps via a one-time payment of "All Maps & Modding". It includes everything for single player including the story campaign, skirmishing against the AI or LAN-play with friends and family.

To update/upgrade your existing version of WizFile, simply download and run the installer at the top of this page - you don't need to uninstall the older version first. If you're using the portable version, download the portable zip file above and unzip over your old WizFile files.

Hi, i'm penusbmic and this pack is apart of an series called "The DARK Series" that Patrons can download for free. It's my current ongoing series that is influenced and inspired by my Patrons. I'll be releasing 2 monthly packs (so you'll always get your worth in money) and as we grow i'll begin to release rewards like monthly tutorials, comics, and other standalone packs.

The total solution download count is now at 23,867,883 which means there has been 8,444,357 since my article from July 2015! There are so many solutions to discover, so we decided to help by highlighting some of the more popular ones. 041b061a72

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