Anisotropic?
#1
What is this? I predict someone will explain very soon. Big Grin
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#2
@BPlus

This is one of the image filters I wanted to recreate at one time.

You can read about it at this Wiki page:  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anisotropic_filtering

Here is a screenshot of that page:

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#3
Big Grin Walter you have so many boards (=ideas) that you have in your works.

I was going to file a discrimination suit, for human rights to have equal access as these Bots have but then I thought, "Do I really want to see all that is in Walter's mind?"

No, I myself answered (and me agreed), we should wait and see what Walter wishes to volunteer, more than that is prying.
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@Bplus

There are a lot of empty boards on this forum and they were created to give members a good starting place to add those types of projects. You can look at these "boards" like the categories on the main page.
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