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PeterPanino

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  1. You are right, thank you!

     

    However, this involves several or many steps when I want to accomplish this.

     

    It would be very useful if there was a single command which automatically creates a layer with a rectangle exactly the size of the project area and places it in the background. Then it should be possible to "cut out" areas from this background rectangle area. Then these cut-out areas could be colored with another color or simply removed.


  2. 15 minutes ago, Scungio said:

    Yeah, it would be easier to just replace that square with the round corners with a regular square and then you can use the corner tool to select all 4 points and then round them how you want. Wait, let me finish this leftover chinese food (my favorite breakfast) and I will throw together a video.

     

    (5 minutes later)

     

     

    Been itching to try out my Screenflow 7 upgrade anyway,

     

    -Mark

     

    Scungio, thank you so much!!! Your video helped me to duplicate your solution and it works perfectly!

     

    I have learned so much here and I want to thank you all!

     

    Have a nice weekend!


  3. This feature would be very useful: An algorithm analyzes all colors used in the document and changes them to a harmonious color set.

     

    Then it presents a preview of several different (random) proposals on how these colors are distributed in the document. Then the user can pick the proposal he likes the most.

     

    This is how it could be achieved: For example, the document contains these 3 colors: ColorA, ColorB and ColorC. Then, starting from a CustomSetOfHarmoniousColors, the algorithm parses all document colors and for each document color, it searches the nearest color in the CustomSetOfHarmoniousColors. Then, it approximates each document color to its nearest harmonious color by a preset percentage.

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