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Old February 25th, 2003, 05:44 PM
 
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cropping in Freeware edition




Hi
When I have a picture that I only want a portion of into the slide show I d
o my cropping and what ever other changes I want with one of my photo imagi
ng programs and then put that portion of what I want in the slide show onto
a background so that I do not have the black background that is the norm.
I am fairly new to this program but love it so far Sandy D


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Old February 25th, 2003, 09:14 PM
 
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cropping in Freeware edition



Hi all,

I just downloaded the Freeware version of xatshow. I don't seem to
be able to crop images. I can drag a crop box on an image, but it
does not seem to be taken into account when creating the slideshow.
Any idea?

Dom


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Old February 25th, 2003, 10:20 PM
 
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cropping in Freeware edition



Let me rephrase that : the cropping I get is not the one I drew in
the slide tab. I get more of the picture than I want. Since I
intended to only crop so slightly, I got the full picture.
I tried cropping smaller parts of the picture, and I do get some
cropping, albeit larger and offset compared to what I drew.
Any hints?


<dominique.barthel@ >" <dominique.barthel@ > wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> I just downloaded the Freeware version of xatshow. I don't seem to
> be able to crop images. I can drag a crop box on an image, but it
> does not seem to be taken into account when creating the slideshow.
> Any idea?
>
> Dom


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Old February 25th, 2003, 11:46 PM
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cropping in Freeware edition



Hello Dominique

Haven't eard of any problems with crop before.

Can you send a screen grab of what your crop looks like?

Chris.


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Old March 1st, 2003, 03:01 AM
 
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cropping in Freeware edition



Hi, Dominique,

I am experiencing a very similar problem with the Standard Edition.
It does work fine on one computer (which is not the one I can use) but
it won't work on mine. Both are XP machines and use Roxio for CD
burning.
Have you figured out your problem yet?

Thanks, Joyce

<dominique.barthel@ >" <dominique.barthel@ > wrote:
> Let me rephrase that : the cropping I get is not the one I drew in
> the slide tab. I get more of the picture than I want. Since I
> intended to only crop so slightly, I got the full picture.
> I tried cropping smaller parts of the picture, and I do get some
> cropping, albeit larger and offset compared to what I drew.
> Any hints?
>
>
> --- In xatshow@ , "Dominique Barthel
> <dominique.barthel@ >" <dominique.barthel@ > wrote:
> > Hi all,
> >
> > I just downloaded the Freeware version of xatshow. I don't seem
to
> > be able to crop images. I can drag a crop box on an image, but it
> > does not seem to be taken into account when creating the
slideshow.
> > Any idea?
> >
> > Dom


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Old March 4th, 2003, 01:29 PM
 
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cropping in Freeware edition



Hi Joyce,

I've sent the material to Chris with screen shots to show the
problem I'm experiencing, but I still have to hear from him.
I worked around the problem for this time by cropping in a separate
photo editor. Since I'm using the Freeware edition for now, I'm not
going to complain loudly! I just wanted to make the problem known.
Have a good day

Dominique

wrote:
> Hi, Dominique,
>
> I am experiencing a very similar problem with the Standard
Edition.
> It does work fine on one computer (which is not the one I can use)
but
> it won't work on mine. Both are XP machines and use Roxio for CD
> burning.
> Have you figured out your problem yet?
>
> Thanks, Joyce
>
> --- In xatshow@ , "Dominique Barthel
> <dominique.barthel@ >" <dominique.barthel@ > wrote:
> > Let me rephrase that : the cropping I get is not the one I drew
in
> > the slide tab. I get more of the picture than I want. Since I
> > intended to only crop so slightly, I got the full picture.
> > I tried cropping smaller parts of the picture, and I do get some
> > cropping, albeit larger and offset compared to what I drew.
> > Any hints?


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