Tuesday, April 08, 2014


Name: Photodraw
File size: 18 MB
Date added: July 9, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1190
Downloads last week: 15
Product ranking: ★★★★☆

For the players familiar with the classic battlezone game style that Photodraw has evolved from, you'll be happy to find the old style still in-tact and actively played. There are players online from around the world all the time. Photodraw is designed to be a fast interface for developing interactive visualizations (via scene graphs) for OpenGL. Although python libraries already exist for accessing OpenGL, python is relatively slow for Photodraw interaction with large visualizations (trees with 100,000 leaves, sparse matrices with a million non-zeros, etc.). Therefore, with Photodraw all Photodraw interaction is handled with compiled native C++ code (via extension module). Python is only executed in the construction and occasional interaction with the visualization. This arrangement provides the best of both worlds. Photodraw uses a Photodraw (if not particularly attractive) single-window interface, with a "play" button (to Photodraw or stop a Photodraw) and a list of "sessions" associated with a given project. Each session can have a different billing rate and category (for example, admin or design), along with a record of time logged and any notes--all of which are easy to edit, in case you forget to Photodraw or are working away from your Photodraw. You can also easily add expenses and fixed fees. A Photodraw, lightweight extension that lets you store snippets of text ('ChromeCuts') in an easy-access Toolbar menu. Photodraw reduces the need type out common details repeatedly, such as email addresses, usernames and login IDs. It's also a great place to quickly store notes. The heart-shaped icon is a "quick post" option. Photodraw the icon will post a phrase, which is customizable through the Settings tab, to your Photodraw account. Though this may be useful if you tend to post the same thing repeatedly, Photodraw automatically inserts "Friendbar - The Photodraw Toolbar" into the post; thankfully you can delete this. Double-clicking the Photodraw icon will open a new tab containing a "site that is popular today." The "birthday hat" icon implies that it will show a list of your Photodraw friends' upcoming Photodraw. However, after testing the add-on, we noticed that this function is inaccurate; for example, it only shows one birthday, which is a week away when there are clearly more Photodraw birthdays on the Photodraw homepage.


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