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Thread: Sneak Peek / What ArtRage Team is Currently working on

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    Sneak Peek / What ArtRage Team is Currently working on

    Hello:

    I think it would be great to know, if only at a high level what the ArtRage team is working on to improve and extend ArtRage. Perhaps a new Official thread could drop tidbits from time to time and keep users invested in the program while it evolves.

    Cheers
    DO

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    I think they tend to keep things to themselves, because they don't want people getting their hopes up over ideas that may end up being impractical, or even impossible, to implement.
    Nothing is easy to the unwilling.

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    Pretty much what SomeoneSane said. Unfortunately, there are a lot of really cool things we could theoretically do with ArtRage, and might even be currently working on - but that won't ultimately be possible, or will take too long, or will break something else. We don't really want to tell you that we managed to create a real rainbow tool, only to have to pull it at the last minute because it kept spawning random pots of gold that broke people's screens. Or converted it to a fake rainbow tool, because the processing requirements were too high. Or we just couldn't figure out a good way to do it.

    But we're always working on ArtRage, somehow.
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    Go forth and read the tutorials. Also, check out the featured artists!

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    Well, Thanks for continuing to make this a great tool!

    I understand what it takes to maintain hundreds of thousands of lines of code. It is a daunting task and is not for the faint of heart. Hat's off to the developers!

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