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imdaking
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 10, 1999 10:06 pm     Reply with quote
Crap.... well... what do you guys think of this? My first try at painter...

No I didnt buy it.. and No it isn't warez.... So hehe... now I can d/l all the graphics demos I want and save my pictures! I LAUGH IN YOUR FACE YOU STUPID PROGRAMMERS!

HA! HA ! HA HA HA! hehe!

okay.. im done
http://imdaking.8m.com

yay.... go take a peak please! thanks =)
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 10, 1999 10:55 pm     Reply with quote
I thaught that the one definition of warez was turning demos into FV. --however you do it--
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imdaking
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 10, 1999 11:46 pm     Reply with quote
well.... heres how i did it =)

Its called screen shot!!!!

LOL! They never thought of this...

Take a screenshot of your picture... then paste it into some other prog... then, use marquee to cut out what you want... and save away! Thus... I didnt do anything to modify the program in any way or make it full version or anything! wow im slick! =)

dont arrest me please!

!!!!
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 10, 1999 11:53 pm     Reply with quote
LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

That IS slick, dude!

Does it affect the quality of the image in any way?
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Sc00p
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 11, 1999 12:15 am     Reply with quote
Well I guess you're not big into printing because you just can't get the DPI you want with a screenshot. Keeping multi-layered backups of your art is also a good idea (ie: .PSD) for both proof of originality, and reference, etc...

So your screenshot method (although clever) doesn't outweigh purchasing some software, unless you are content with saving numerous .BMP screenshots only.

Anyway, I'm done ranting

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Ahmad
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 11, 1999 12:19 am     Reply with quote
Heheh, cool
But like Shimpish said, how's the quality? Cos I tried printscreen before, and the colors go all screwy...

PS sorry i didn't reply to your last reply to my post. Well, here I am saying hello. "Hello"

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 11, 1999 2:10 am     Reply with quote
No, dude, he wouldn't use for print, of course (DUH!!!) However, screen capturing is hella witty if you're using demo versions.

I think that the quality of the capture depends on what software you use.
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 11, 1999 7:37 am     Reply with quote
ha!
another bunch of bums.. you low.. LOW persons!
of course quality is same! what else with BMPs?? and you can transfer each layer separatelly and make same areas transparent using select color range

okei, now go get some clever common sence like we got here.. erm uhh.. i cant say in russia can i? ehheheh

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Artic
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 11, 1999 1:44 pm     Reply with quote
Pretty smart, but you only get 72 dpi and that sucks.....
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Funfetus
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 11, 1999 11:31 pm     Reply with quote
Well, you probably COULD display it at 100%, and move the image around onsceen, and capture parts of it, and reassemble it in Photoshop. Tedious, but better than paying $400 if you only use it occasionally.


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IO_Error
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 13, 1999 5:14 pm     Reply with quote
Holy Evil Pirate Newbies Batman!! Whats this I see??
The screenshot cut/paste technique has been around since the first useable windows paint programs, and many of the latest demo/trial version programs employ a watermark copy-protection scheme, or code which prevents the standard Windows screen capture macro un-usuable. Unfortunately enough for the software developers, there is no way protect against third-party screen capture programs, except the watermark deal, but that just kinda ruins the point of having a trial version. Save up and buy, kiddies.. don't screw Adobe, MetaCreations, or any of the other fine companies which produce our creative tools.

Sincerely,

IO_error
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