It’s definitely on between Samsung and Apple, with the two are battling it out in consumer hearts, courts around the world, and in supply chain arrangements. But now, the company’s two flagship smartphones go head-to-head in that timeless venue, the blender.
Blender Foundation, the developer of Blender, an integrated 3D creation software suite, has announced that their software has reached version 2.67. The most notable change in this latest version of Blender is the introduction of the Freestyle render engine for non-photorealistic rendering, which can ge... (read more)
Clean GNOME Shell
Welcome to our third Sneak Peek of what is coming in openSUSE 13.1! You’ve already learned about the new Cloud features and YaST having been ported to Ruby and it’s time to talk about… our desktops! We kick this off with GNOME 3.10.
Sticking with our philosophy for shipping the latest and the greatest, openSUSE 13.1 will offer GNOME 3.10 at installation.
I'm trying to use the Blender 3D program but I do not have a mouse wheel. I've tried using the middle-click emulation setting inside of blender but it defaults to the <Alt> key. As you know if you hold alt and Left-click it will grab the window.
I'm wondering if there is a way to change this within Gnome so the Super key will grab the window instead of Alt.
PlanGrid co-founder and CEO Ryan Sutton-Gee doesn’t exactly fit the mold you might expect from the founder of a San Francisco-based that recently graduated from the super selective Y Combinator incubator. Sure, he’s young and super smart.