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  1. Ok, got there after a couple tries, thanks. Bonus question: Now, can you think of a really quick way to fill in the negative space with a contrasting color?
  2. That takes care of most of it, but not entirely. There are still remnants of white-ish pixels
  3. I'm working on updating a new logo graphic. I want to make the graphic a one color silhouette. The problem is, in the process of editing and tweaking, there's lots of left-over junk from various edits. The graphic looks fine if it's on a white background because you can't see the leftovers. However, if it gets placed on a dark background, there's a halo effect from previous edits. Tolling around to remove each and every last non-black pixel with the eraser is possible, but pretty darn time-consuming. I've tried all the options I can think of, and searched the forum like crazy for the solution. What do you suggest?
  4. In the middle of my workflow, my pinch to zoom stopped working. Is there a setting I bumped, or is this a bug? I need help quickly because I'm on a deadline.
  5. Ya, doesn't seem to be much help. Maybe I'm not using it correctly?
  6. I've searched here, but don't see anything on how best to go about dealing with grainy old photos. Does anyone have suggestions on how to clean up those old grainy photos in AF Photo?
  7. Cool, thanks! Looks pretty good. I was doing something similar, but your method is a little more efficient.
  8. I'm trying to avoid re-inventing the wheel here. I want to make graphics for some of my e-pubs that has the cover of the e-pub, with the turned up page look behind it, the way you see when turning a page on a Kindle or similar e-reader. It seems like this should be relatively simple to make, but for me, time consuming. I wonder if anyone has any suggestions to make it go a little quicker?
  9. That works in pen mode, but I can't seem to get it to work in vector brush, or paint brush mode.
  10. I've tried that Madame, but it doesn't change the shape.
  11. What I learned from that video is how to say bezier... beyond that, it didn't come close to answering my question. What I'm asking is the shape of the brush, be that pen or vector brush what have you. In brush properties, it shows a nice line with a tapered end to it. What gets drawn is either a round end, or a square end, nothing else. I can manipulate the pressure, velocity, curve, everything else, to no effect on the actual line that gets drawn. Anyone have an answer to that?
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