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Subject:Re: Using portions of screen shots From:"Huber, Mike" <mrhuber -at- SOFTWARE -dot- ROCKWELL -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 2 Feb 1999 16:04:39 -0500
I was kind of thinking about doing that with broken glass.
What I do now is use the eraser tool in Image Composer. Nothing fancy, just crop the graphic down as much as possible and mess with the edges a little.
mike -dot- huber -at- software -dot- rockwell -dot- com
nax -at- execpc -dot- com
> From: Jason Wynia [mailto:jwynia -at- AGRIS -dot- COM]
> If you take a piece of paper and rip it in the type of edge
> you'd like, then scan it, you'll have a ragged source. In Photoshop, you can
> define that edge and either the background or the foreground as a channel
> and select that channel on the screenshot and delete the extra bits.