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How many cards are there? Assuming its not hundreds, and you already have some basic knowledge of ID, one straighforward option would be to make a master page with your common frame image as a background (could be on a locked layer) + one image (of the first card or any card) + one formatted text box (of the first card or any card). So this master page could ...


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The solution is to do things the Inkscape way. As a newbie, I was front-loading too much work from GIMP. Relying more on the functionality of Inkscape effectively removed the problem from my workflow. (The Python way is pythonic, so this must be inkscapic or better inkscapist.) Of course I may still bump into this problem future. Again relying on ...


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To make it less clunky I created a merge down shortcut in gimp. The duplicate layer shortcut is: ctrl+shift D i created a merge down shortcut in preferences like so so i can leave the figers on the ctrl+shift button. ctrl+shift M Then start at background layer (bottom one) and do: ctrl+shift D > arrow up > ctrl+shift M and so on when finished export ...


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This can be done in Photoshop, but here is an alternative that may be easier for this purpose. Download FastStone from faststone.org Launch to program, navigate to the folder where the files you want processed are Select the files you like processed, then press F3 (or right-click/tools/batch convert) You will see the selected files in a window on the right ...


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From the Inkscape wiki FAQ: There is a limitation in the way Inkscape imports raster/bitmap images (e.g JPEG, PNG, TIFF images): it cannot read the image resolution. Inkscape assumes a 1-to-1 relation at 90dpi, so any imported image with a different resolution will appear to be scaled. That explains the difference in size you are seeing: 600px at ...


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There are several common reasons this may occur: Uploaded file gets converted to a non-transparent file type You are inserting a smaller version of the file from your image library, which was converted to a non-transparent file type CSS on website is over-riding background color for the image Try this: - Verify file type after uploaded - Try inserting ...


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Click the "Chain" icon between the Width and Height boxes to unlink the two properties. This allows you to change the Width and Height properties independently. NOTE: If you only edit one of the dimensions without keeping the ratio then your image will be distorted. If you want to keep the image ratio the same but still change the width of the image then ...


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Yes, it works in and OS based PC, and Android - including Remix Mini...And Chromebook Pixlr, is a web-based photo editing tool there are a couple flavors, but that will get you started. JLH


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Use a hard brush of appropriate size, pick the color from the corresponding adjacent area, and paint the lines away. Zoom in at the ends for pixel-perfectness.


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Try to find glasses you like on the Internet. Than, when you remove the curtains just paste "new" glasses into white spaces. Make some tunning and it should be OK.


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As far as I could try around I realized that the only way to achieve this is to add tags to dynamics I want to keep at hand and filter them in this way.


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Select the lines individually with the magic wand tool and fill will choice color to remove line and replace with the fill. This type of drawing is best created and edited in Adobe illustrator-- you could probably re-create very quickly by importing your image as a jpg or pdf as a template and tracing shapes with tool set. Adobe illustrator is resolution ...


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GIMP Layers transparency don't affect sibling layers beneath it - those would just show through. This idea, however, would be feasible by putting all layers inside a group - that would contain the whole image, and then setting up a mask to that group layer. The bad news is that masks are not implemented in group layers, so one simply can't do that. So, the ...


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This is actually an annoying problem in Gimp; I often find myself having projects with multiple layers, but with a bottom layer without transparency, so having an alpha channel on the final exported image is a complete waste of space on that. Gimp doesn't seem to detect that final lack of transparency, though, so when I export to png, it always ends up ...


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You do not add images to Gimp, regardless of being vector or raster. Photoshop has a library function, but Gimp does not. Keep the folder with files wherever you want to and just open the image you want to use in Gimp. Fonts and brushes are different to images, in that you never use them alone. In the case of decorative elements, this is an edge case. You ...



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