phrases #201-220 for RealWorld Icon Editor 2010.1

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<default>
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<enter variable description>
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<enter variable name>
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<ilk çalışmam >
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<ilk çalışmam>
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<name>
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<none>
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<not set>
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<option 0>|<option 1>|<option 2>...
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<sample_name>
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A Vista icon contains all XP formats and also a 256x256 image format. Ensure that your source image is big enough (>1000 pixels if shadow effect is enabled, or >256 pixels if it is disabled).
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A XP icon contains 16x16, 32x32, and 48x48 pixels images in 4, 8, and 32 bits color depths.
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A computer icon is a set of images having different sizes and color depths. Each image may be different - optimized for given conditions.
Sebuah ikon komputer adalah seperangkat citra yang memiliki ukuran dan kedalaman warna berbeda.  Setiap citra mungkin saja dioptimalkan berbeda tergantung kondisi.
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A constant used when evaluating the fractals (except Mandelbrot set). Change the value by clicking in the square or by entering numbers directly.
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A method for serialization of an image into a file.
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A numeric language identifier of the icon resource.
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A raster image is a rectangular area of dots called pixels. A picture is created by assigning each dot a color using various drawing tools. All photographs and most pictures found on the web are in fact raster images.
Gambar raster adalah area titik-titik persegi yang disebut piksel. Gambar dibuat dengan menetapkan setiap titik warna menggunakan berbagai alat menggambar. Semua foto dan sebagian besar gambar yang ditemukan di web sebenarnya adalah gambar raster.
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A rectangle can be moved, scaled in X and Y directions and rotated.
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A rectangle can be turn into arbitrary convex quadrangle as if it were rotated in 3D space and projected back using perspective projection.
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A rectangular NURBS surface with selected degree and additional control points.
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Vista & Win 7 icons
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