outliner


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outliner

(ˈaʊtˌlaɪnə)
n
a person who outlines
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This game really will just have been the outliner for the Championship [meeting on May 13].
This indicates that the samples of chairs selected did not contain an outliner (i.
The keypoints identification process consists on several main steps: determine the interest points (points in the image which are not affected by different image scales), outliner rejection to obtain the keypoints and orientation assignment (selecting the dominant orientation for each keypoint).
Whereas in Fargo the core functionality is the outliner, in Editorially it is a document editor.
A final note on interface matters, N-dynamics have been given funky new icons in the Outliner.
The outliner at 60 rpm, 25-min residence time, and 1 wt% layered silicate can also be explained by same arguments as mentioned earlier.
New version, available for free to all existing users of Outline+, includes a powerful outliner for creating multi-level lists.
The one outliner in the music-mag category is Rolling Stone, which, after struggling the early 2000s, rediscovered its relevance by pouring more of its resources into long-form, investigative journalism and in-depth profiles on figures of political and cultural import.
Outliner, seen in the top right part of the figure, provides a list of the objects in the current scene.
Capability: Lattice3D Outliner creates 2-D technical illustrations directly from 3-D data.