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Hermann
Posted on: Jul 10 2005, 04:57 AM


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No reactions to this idea?
I think it would be very useful! Have you ever used the Crop tool of Adobe Photoshop?
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Hermann
Posted on: Jan 18 2005, 04:12 AM


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I mean "and height to 100" in the "Now my idea is"-sentence of course!
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Hermann
Posted on: Jan 18 2005, 04:08 AM


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In Adobe Photoshop there is a tool called "Crop-Tool" and it is perfect for making thumbnails of Pictures.
For example: have an 1600x1200 Photo from my digital Camera and I want a 150x100 Thumbnail of it.
I don't know an easy way in PMview to reach this goal (of course without changing the proportions of the image)
With the Photoshop I can set the Crop-Tool to 150x100, then select an area of the picture (the proportions of the selection are of course fixed, unless I want them to be free) and when I press ENTER I have a perfect 150x100 Thumbnail (with the correct proportions).

It would be great if PMview had an similar tool.

My idea to achieve this is using the standard selection-tool of PMview.
In the "selection info"-window there could be a new check-box called "Resize output". When you check it, there are 2 new input-fields (width and height) an a new check-box "keep proportional".
Now my idea is, that when I select an area of the picture and check "Resize output" and set width to 150 and height to 150, nothing special happens; but when I press Crop (or Copy, or Cut) the output (with Copy and Cut of course not the direct output, but the data in clipboard) has now the size 150x100!
And when I check "Keep proportions" too, I could only select an area with the proportion 3:2 (so that the output doesn't look ugly without the correct proportions!).

Is my idea clear to you?
Would that be possible?

I think a lot of people would like this tool!
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Hermann
Posted on: May 21 2004, 03:16 PM


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Yes you are right. My camera makes 2048x1536 px pictures.
So its no problem.

Thank you a lot for the detailed explanations!
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Hermann
Posted on: May 19 2004, 01:38 AM


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Thanks!

So there is no possibility to rotate a JPG-image really lossless?
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Hermann
Posted on: May 17 2004, 04:22 AM


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When I rotate a JPG image with the lossless JPG-Rotating, the image size changes.

For example: When I use my lossless 90 Clockwise Rotating to rotate a 800x600 JPG image , I get a 592x800 JPG image.

Is this behavior expected? I don't think so, because it simply cuts one side of my image off.

I'm using WindowsXP Professionel (SP1).
Tested it on WindowsXP Home and it results in the same bug.
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Hermann
Posted on: Mar 10 2003, 08:55 AM


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Blinking is not possible?
But your (great) program can change one color in this dialog, it could change it for a second into the negative color, and back again. Would that not be possible?
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Hermann
Posted on: Mar 4 2003, 06:13 AM


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Another idea is, that if you click one of the 256 colors in the "Edit Palette"-Window, the part of my image that has this color blinks for a second or something.
Because it's somtimes really difficult to find the color I want to change in the 256 colors.

Another thing that others already suggested: Add a box with the hexadezimal code for the current color!

Thanks!
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Hermann
Posted on: Mar 4 2003, 05:36 AM


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It would be great if you could choose the color you want ro change in the "Edit Palette"-Window.
If you click on the color you want to change, it would be selected in the "Edit Palette"-Window.
You could also add this feature to the "Save"-Dialog to the Transperancy Selection in the Option dialog of an gif image for example.

Would be great if you added this feature!

Thanks!
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