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  • From [[w:|]][[Category: derivations|Editor]] editionem (nominative editio) ‘a bringing forth, producing’, from perfect passive participle editus, from stem of verb edere, ‘bring forth, produce’, from ex-, ‘out’ + -dere, combining form of dare, ‘to give’; + noun of agent suffix -or.
  • An editor is a UI element used used to "edit" (adjust, alter, change, etc) something else. Second Life features several built-in editors for objects, scripts, land, the UI, etc.
  • The editor is the crew member who selects and combines shots into sequences, and ultimately creates a finished episode.
  • Atualmente utilizamos o componente SynEdit. Qualquer documentação para este editor vale para o sistema da Inteq.
  • An editor is the person who edits the films.
  • Object: Editor
  • An editor is the job description of somebody who couldn't make it as a writer, and instead, has been forced to a life of editing other's work. Most editors die young due to their tendency to commit suicide after a brief realization that their field of work is about as rewarding as a finger up the ass (which can be rewarding to some). 97% of suicides committed by people over the age of 30 are editors.
  • Galaxy Forge can be found at the following link: SINS' Downloads
  • The Editor, real name unknown, was the editor of a well-known publication during the 1890s and he attended The Time Traveler's meeting, in which he related his adventures in futurity. ("The Time Machine: An Invention")
  • In so doing, an editor must watch every scrap of recorded film — often totaling many times the proposed running length of an episode —and select the best takes of each scene, then produce a "rough cut", which generally runs overlong and serves only to give an idea of the potential of the material. From this point, the editor will add completed CGI scenes and pick-ups. They will also work closely with producers and directors to refine the product until it is "locked", or visually completed. Then, the editor will send his or her locked version to various post-production artists, such as graders, musicians and ADR recordists. On very rare occasions, the previously "locked" episode will return to the editor for a final change, as reportedly happened with the Rose Tyler scene in Partners in Cri
  • An editor or text editor is an application which can save textual data entered by a user as a file in a computer's permanent storage. Some editors handle code such as HTML and CSS better than others; here are a few commonly valued features for consideration in case you're trying to choose your own editor (some can be combined while others are mutually exclusive). Note that this list assumes you are not considering editors which cannot edit plain text (don't). See also: Comparison of text editors, particularly the Programming features.
  • Recently changed messages include: * editing * editingcomment * editingsection * enablerichtexteditor * enablespellchecker * rte-ck-modeSwitch-toSourceTooltip * rte-ck-modeSwitch-toWysiwygTooltip * rte-ck-table-toolbarTooltip * tog-createpagepopupdisabled * tog-disablecategoryselect * wikia-editor-edittools-caption * wikia-editor-loadingStates-loading * wikia-editor-loadingStates-saving * wikia-editor-loadingStates-toSource * wikia-editor-loadingStates-toVisual * wikia-editor-media-gallery-tooltip * wikia-editor-media-image-tooltip * wikia-editor-media-slider-tooltip * wikia-editor-media-slideshow-tooltip * wikia-editor-media-video-tooltip * wikia-editor-modules-categories-title * wikia-editor-modules-tem
  • Editors are members of staff at Sonic the Comic and Sonic the Comic Online who oversee the creation of the comic, ensure any errors are omitted and generally enforce the quality of every issue. Editors are responsible for what stories are allowed to be published and what general direction the comic is going in. Both Dave Hunt and Wong have been credited as editors of the Sonic the Summer Special series.
  • Little was known about the Editor, except that he managed the operations of Satellite 5 from Floor 500, unseen and unknown to the rank-and-file journalists who packaged and broadcast the news over 600 channels. He monitored the thoughts of all those connected to the archives of the station via chips implanted into people's heads, which were required to access the computer systems of the 2001st century. Through these implants, the Editor was able to instantly know whatever the person connected knew, and was even able to sense when a record was fictional or not, or that there was something out of place with a particular individual before a security check confirmed it.
  • An editor helps and supports the Mangaka by ensuring that the Manga is being produced at an even pace and that deadlines are met. Editor may also do a little bit of managing of the appearances of the Mangaka. He or she will often comment on the layout of the manga panels, the art, and make sure that the manga stays up to company standards. In addition, in cases where the mangaka cannot supervise the anime character and action figure designs, the editor often goes to supervise these things in place of the actual mangaka.
  • An editor was a person who was responsible for the contents of a print publication. An editor would give assignments to writers, and then in turn review the writers' works, make suggestions for changes, and compile these works for distribution. Douglas Pabst held the position of editor for Incredible Tales of Scientific Wonder in the 1950s. (DS9: "Far Beyond the Stars") Reporter Gannet Brooks claimed to have been assigned by her news service to do a story on Enterprise, but her editor denied giving her any such assignment. (ENT: "Demons")
  • This document is meant as both provisional documentation and design outline for the new integrated map editor under development for Freeciv 2.2. The first part, the external design guidelines, are meant to document user interaction and as such describe such aspects as GUI layout, how to use the interface for specific tasks, and how the system should respond under certain actions and circumstances.
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  • From [[w:|]][[Category: derivations|Editor]] editionem (nominative editio) ‘a bringing forth, producing’, from perfect passive participle editus, from stem of verb edere, ‘bring forth, produce’, from ex-, ‘out’ + -dere, combining form of dare, ‘to give’; + noun of agent suffix -or.
  • An editor was a person who was responsible for the contents of a print publication. An editor would give assignments to writers, and then in turn review the writers' works, make suggestions for changes, and compile these works for distribution. Douglas Pabst held the position of editor for Incredible Tales of Scientific Wonder in the 1950s. (DS9: "Far Beyond the Stars") Reporter Gannet Brooks claimed to have been assigned by her news service to do a story on Enterprise, but her editor denied giving her any such assignment. (ENT: "Demons") Some time prior to 2371, Harry Kim was the editor of the Starfleet Academy newspaper for a year, during which he wrote a polarizing editorial about the Maquis' activities against the Cardassians. (VOY: "Investigations") In 2373, Jake Sisko began to compose a letter to the editors of a magazine out loud, expressing his regrets that he could not complete a proposed profile of Doctor Julian Bashir. (DS9: "Nor the Battle to the Strong") In 2374, Jake promised the editor of the Federation News Service that he could get an interview with Grand Nagus Zek. (DS9: "Valiant")
  • An editor is a UI element used used to "edit" (adjust, alter, change, etc) something else. Second Life features several built-in editors for objects, scripts, land, the UI, etc.
  • The editor is the crew member who selects and combines shots into sequences, and ultimately creates a finished episode.
  • Atualmente utilizamos o componente SynEdit. Qualquer documentação para este editor vale para o sistema da Inteq.
  • In so doing, an editor must watch every scrap of recorded film — often totaling many times the proposed running length of an episode —and select the best takes of each scene, then produce a "rough cut", which generally runs overlong and serves only to give an idea of the potential of the material. From this point, the editor will add completed CGI scenes and pick-ups. They will also work closely with producers and directors to refine the product until it is "locked", or visually completed. Then, the editor will send his or her locked version to various post-production artists, such as graders, musicians and ADR recordists. On very rare occasions, the previously "locked" episode will return to the editor for a final change, as reportedly happened with the Rose Tyler scene in Partners in Crime. Though they generally adhere to the writer's suggested scene order, the director's notes, and the producer's wishes, they are not simply technicians carrying out instructions. They are a vital part of the creative team, and can often bring narrative dimension to a piece that other team members could not have foreseen. On some occasions, they may independently create versions which deviate from received instructions in order to demonstrate possibilities their colleagues had not considered. Editors were initially relatively unimportant to the production of Doctor Who. For most of the 1960s, episodes were filmed more or less in narrative order as stage plays. Many early episodes do not have even a single edit in them; others have no more than one or two. Even in the 1970s and 1980s, a lot of what would today be accomplished through editing was done live-in-studio by the process of vision mixing. Thus, many 70s and 80s episodes employed only a "film editor", a term of somewhat ambiguous definition and inconsistent usage. At least initially, though, it was a narrowly-defined term which then meant "the person who edited footage captured on film". This was because throughout most of the 1963 version's history, location and special effects work was captured to film, while studio work was recorded on videotape. Now, though, all footage is captured on the same medium. All footage thus comes through a single editing bay, making the editor a central figure in the hierarchy of post-production.
  • An editor is the person who edits the films.
  • An editor helps and supports the Mangaka by ensuring that the Manga is being produced at an even pace and that deadlines are met. Editor may also do a little bit of managing of the appearances of the Mangaka. He or she will often comment on the layout of the manga panels, the art, and make sure that the manga stays up to company standards. They also do basic editing and story suggestions of the manga itself. The influence of the editor can range from manga to manga and project to project as both the mangaka and the company allows. Generally they are considered the boss of the mangaka and oversee the majority of the production to make sure it runs smoothly. In addition, in cases where the mangaka cannot supervise the anime character and action figure designs, the editor often goes to supervise these things in place of the actual mangaka. In the Weekly Shonen Jump unit, there are groups of editors led by a captain, also an editor. Above them are the Editor-in-Chief and the Assistant Editor-in-Chief, who aren't editors but they still keep JUMP running. The requirements of a captain is unknown, but it's implied by Yujiro that you might have to have a lot of series. Yoshida is a notable captain, with Yamahisa in his group. At a serialization meeting, the captains and the Assistant-Editor-in-Chief and Editor-in-Chief sit in to discuss what manga gets serialized, using a "yes or no" format to decide.
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  • An editor is the job description of somebody who couldn't make it as a writer, and instead, has been forced to a life of editing other's work. Most editors die young due to their tendency to commit suicide after a brief realization that their field of work is about as rewarding as a finger up the ass (which can be rewarding to some). 97% of suicides committed by people over the age of 30 are editors.
  • Galaxy Forge can be found at the following link: SINS' Downloads
  • An editor or text editor is an application which can save textual data entered by a user as a file in a computer's permanent storage. Some editors handle code such as HTML and CSS better than others; here are a few commonly valued features for consideration in case you're trying to choose your own editor (some can be combined while others are mutually exclusive). Note that this list assumes you are not considering editors which cannot edit plain text (don't). * "Design Mode" or "Design View" to visually edit a visual interface (visual editing) * lack of visual editing, above (text-only) * syntax highlighting for relevant languages * user's lack of need to memorize a key command for every action (mouse-oriented) * user's ability to keep hands in the standard position (keyboard-oriented) * files edited in the browser and saved to a server (cloud-based) * files edited in a single-purpose editor and saved locally (traditional) * user's ability to add functionality (reprogrammable) * integration with revision control * centralized revision control, such as CVS or SVN * distributed revision control, such as Git or Mercurial Out of all these characteristics, only two are essential; get a syntax-highlighting, text-only editor that works on your platform. Features that are nice to have include revision control and reprogrammability. And the rest depend on personal preference: mouse- versus keyboard-orientation; centralized versus distributed revision control; cloud-based versus traditional. The following table shows the features of some common recommendations. See also: Comparison of text editors, particularly the Programming features. Any text editor that supports a common encoding such as Unicode or ASCII should be able to write HTML and CSS documents, provided that it is allowed to save with the .html and .css file-extensions. The default text editor on Windows is Notepad; Mac appears to lack this feature and users of Macs will have to resort to other editors, such as TextWrangler. Other editors may have better support and more features than the default programs. They can be for free or for a price. They can be WYSIWYG, plain-text, or hybrid. WYSIWYG simply means that you can see something similar to how your page will look in a browser, and little or no skills are required to write pages. Although incompliant with W3C standards, Microsoft Word serves as a WYSIWYG but is actually a generic word-processor and desktop-publisher (both fields originally being targeted to printers); it is sold with Microsoft Office. On the other hand, plain-text editors require knowledge of HTML or CSS and are widely recommended over WYSIWYGs for various reasons, not to mention generally free of charge. The canonical example is Notepad; another option is Aptana Studio (available as an Eclipse extension) which is designed for Web development, but can be extended to develop in other languages such as Java and ANSI C. Hybrids combine the features of both. Adobe Dreamweaver is an example of a hybrid, sold as part of the Adobe Creative Suite and capable (to an extent) of several Web languages including PHP and JavaScript; like Microsoft Word, it is warned against by the typical developer.
  • This document is meant as both provisional documentation and design outline for the new integrated map editor under development for Freeciv 2.2. The first part, the external design guidelines, are meant to document user interaction and as such describe such aspects as GUI layout, how to use the interface for specific tasks, and how the system should respond under certain actions and circumstances. The second part, the internal design guidelines, are meant to describe the inner workings of the editor system. This section will deal with packet definitions, communication protocols, code module arrangement and related issues.
  • Recently changed messages include: * editing * editingcomment * editingsection * enablerichtexteditor * enablespellchecker * rte-ck-modeSwitch-toSourceTooltip * rte-ck-modeSwitch-toWysiwygTooltip * rte-ck-table-toolbarTooltip * tog-createpagepopupdisabled * tog-disablecategoryselect * wikia-editor-edittools-caption * wikia-editor-loadingStates-loading * wikia-editor-loadingStates-saving * wikia-editor-loadingStates-toSource * wikia-editor-loadingStates-toVisual * wikia-editor-media-gallery-tooltip * wikia-editor-media-image-tooltip * wikia-editor-media-slider-tooltip * wikia-editor-media-slideshow-tooltip * wikia-editor-media-video-tooltip * wikia-editor-modules-categories-title * wikia-editor-modules-templates-add-tooltip * ...and otherwise check that RTE - Base and RTE - CK Wikia on translatewiki are 100% translated. If you spot any other (missing) message which was recently updated, please add it to the list. Thanks!
  • Little was known about the Editor, except that he managed the operations of Satellite 5 from Floor 500, unseen and unknown to the rank-and-file journalists who packaged and broadcast the news over 600 channels. He monitored the thoughts of all those connected to the archives of the station via chips implanted into people's heads, which were required to access the computer systems of the 2001st century. Through these implants, the Editor was able to instantly know whatever the person connected knew, and was even able to sense when a record was fictional or not, or that there was something out of place with a particular individual before a security check confirmed it. The Editor was a smooth and sinister individual in the mould of an evil genius, but was not the true controller of the station. He reported to the Jagrafess. The Editor claimed that he represented a consortium of interstellar banks whose intent was to subtly control the Empire by means of manipulating the news. In the ninety years since Satellite 5 had been established, the social, economic and technological development of the human race had been fixed, making them inward-looking and xenophobic. When the Doctor investigated this, he and Rose were captured by the Editor. Initially, the Editor was both intrigued and frustrated at the fact that records of their existence did not seem to exist in the archives. However, because the Doctor's new companion Adam had accessed the archives of the Satellite, the Editor acquired the knowledge that the Doctor was a Time Lord and had a TARDIS capable of time travel. Before he could gain the Doctor's secrets or claim the TARDIS, however, a human journalist; Cathica Santini Khadeni (who had been following the Doctor's investigation) reversed the environmental controls of Floor 500 that had been kept at an icy temperature vital for keeping the Jagrafess alive. When he realised that the Jagrafess was going to die he tried to escape but a corpse grabbed his foot, and he was supposedly killed when the Jagrafess exploded.
  • Editors are members of staff at Sonic the Comic and Sonic the Comic Online who oversee the creation of the comic, ensure any errors are omitted and generally enforce the quality of every issue. Editors are responsible for what stories are allowed to be published and what general direction the comic is going in. The first editor was Richard Burton, who left 2000AD for this new comic. Deborah Tate joined as assistant editor Issue 8 and this editorial team would last for quite some time. In Issue 35, Tate became co-editor to Burton but the very next issue saw her take up the editor duties full time, with Burton moving to a Managing Editor role. Audrey Wong, someone who until now had just received "special thanks", became the assistant editor to Tate and remained in this position until Issue 85, where she was moved to a Features Editor position. Issue 107 saw her simply become Review Zone editor for one issue, after which she left the comic. During this time, Burton moved from his managing position into a straight consultant in Issue 75. Issue 109 was his last issue in this role, after which Tate became the sole editor. As of Issue 119, Steve MacManus began to be credited as Managing Editor, a role he kept right up until Issue 223. Despite this, he had a brief run as the actual editor when Tate left in Issue 167 until Andy Diggle took over in Issue 170. Diggle was responsible for bringing back Nigel Kitching for the final 10-part Sonic Adventure story arc and let Sonic the Comic go out with a bang. Both Dave Hunt and Wong have been credited as editors of the Sonic the Summer Special series.
  • The Editor, real name unknown, was the editor of a well-known publication during the 1890s and he attended The Time Traveler's meeting, in which he related his adventures in futurity. ("The Time Machine: An Invention")
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