Question about Nova Development Print Explosion Deluxe 3.0 for Mac
When I place an image and select it, the OBJECT menu only offers the following:
No longer do I have the options of: Reversed Lightened
In reading the manual for the PE,a nd remembering how the old version worked, it appears I'm stuck-- I can lighten text but not objects. Alas. "Lightened" is a function I used all the time and I will miss it. This is the sad nature of upgrades. Technology giveth and technology taketh away. For shame, Nova Development. Who knows, I may trash the new deluxe and go back to my old system.
Posted on Jan 16, 2009
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If you paste the new object into the same picture you copied it from, it will blend in with the background picture until you move it or resize it.
You can soften the selection with the anti-aliasA selection option in which the pixels along the edge of a selection can be partially selected. In most cases this makes the edge of a selection appear smoother. or featherTo soften the edges of a selected area by smoothing the transition from selected to non-selected pixels. option, which helps the new object blend in with a new background picture.
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