It's been so long that I've done any UF programming that I've forgotten how to get the window boundary values in fractal coordinates, assuming that there's no skew. I remember that #ctr gives the center. And there's some stuff about the width to height ratio being over or under 4:3.
The past week or so, I've been developing a new coloring algorithm. The basic idea was to use the minimum iteration of the image to help determine how the image was colored.
I know the software reports the minimum iterations for the current image in a separate window, but I haven't seen any way to access that information within a formula. Is there any way to access that information for colori
I have been using Fractal Explorer [now defunct, and I'm kicking myself fro not buying a license to the source years ago when the Russian dude was still responding to e-mail] and I have many [probably about 1k] original fractal formulae that are stuck in that format.
I still have the app, but it only works on 32 bit systems, and I only have one 32 bit computer left.
Over the last few months I have created a file of unique Newton, Halley, and Householder method formulas, and would like to upload them to the public database. Rather than include them with my previously existing formula files, since there are so many entires I would like to create a jam-Newton.ufm file or something like that. Who do I contact these days about creating a new formula file for th
This is a formula I found initially through a program for the iPad called Frax... They use a Line Average coloring algorithm... I googled it and found this. I have no clue how to program it into UF, so I was hoping to find someone here that did know how...
Hi. is it possible to provide the option of alternative bailouts in the same formula?
More specifically, I wanted to include convergent and divergent bailouts: |z|<@bailout (default 4.0) |z|>@bailout (default 0.001) It seems only one expression is allowed in the bailout section. Is there a way to do this? Any help would be appreciated.