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    Default Re: Yin & Yang

    Gary really like your hidden pictures, especially the snowperson, which I actually found quite hard to get started but worth the effort.
    Yeah I had to work a little to see that one before I posted it.
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    Default Re: Yin & Yang

    I particularly like the spiral version.
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    Default Re: Yin & Yang

    Yin &Yang commas Just wanted to see how it would turn out. The top image is Gary's method.

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    Lightbulb Re: Yin & Yang

    Quote Originally Posted by Acorn View Post
    Here is my solution: Attachment 122466.

    If you are puzzled by the "square" Yin & Yang, that one needs to be Previewed in a browser.
    A small bit of CSS turns the squares into the required circles.

    Why?

    Two reasons.
    First, it removes jaggies that bitmaps produce. Scale the browser to 500% or higher and compare top with bottom.
    Second, only one image is generated and that is tiny. Download and rendering speeds are therefore quicker. I could have used code to generate the abrupt linear gradient but its coding is almost as bit as the small bitmap I chose instead.

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    An improvement that does not need CSS coding, Xara provides it free-of-charge: Yin & Yang.xar

    The red shape is made from rounded rectangles!

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    Default Re: Yin & Yang

    Gary really like your hidden pictures, especially the snowperson, which I actually found quite hard to get started but worth the effort.
    Thank you.
    Gary W. Priester
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