This tutorial shows how to use image buffers and operators to manipulate your (fractal) images in JWildfire to create even more stunning results. It is very simple and gives you just directions to explore on your own. Have fun!
This is currently not possible, but already on my todo-List It is recommended to use the interactive renderer, there you can always cancel the render, and let it render until it has a visually appealing quality
You are very welcome, and I'm always glad if I can help But sometimes it takes more time, because time is always limited, and there are so much things to do, and I'm glad if people have the patience/believe to wait