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• **The Brush tool:** This tool allows you to apply a particular color or effect to a particular area of the photo or image. I cover the Brush in Chapter 3.
The Brush tool is used to apply an effect (such as a paintbrushstroke effect) to a particular area of an image. This tool is great for creating new effects with brushes, cropping effects, and duplicating and moving the color of a photo to create new images.
When working with the Brush tool, you can see a preview of the effect on the canvas and have the ability to adjust the brush. This tool is incredibly powerful for creating incredible art effects.
The Brush tool is fairly easy to use; however, I do suggest looking at tutorials online before you try to use this tool on your own images because it does come with a learning curve.
The Brush tool has different variations, and I go over those tools as well in Chapter 3.
• **The Lasso tool:** This tool allows you to select an object, such as the edges of a line, and then alter the selected area.
The Lasso tool is great for selecting an object in an image. Once you select a segment of the image that you want to change, you are able to modify that segment by applying a new color, moving the segment, or deleting it. The Lasso tool is my favorite for lightening or darkening a particular area of an image.
• **The Paths tool:** This tool allows you to create paths in the image to create a new shape, such as an ellipse, by making a line or polygon, or to edit the shape of a path.
The Paths tool is also great for working with the edges of a shape or a picture, or creating any other shape in an image. This tool is fun to use and creative in that you can create a series of circles, starbursts, and more using this tool.
When working with this tool, you can see the selection before making any changes.
• **Filters:** These are somewhat like effects that you find in cameras and other programs. You apply them to an image, and they have a variety of effects you can use to manipulate your photos. You can even combine multiple filters to create an even more incredible effect.
This tool can be a great tool for removing color or shadows that may be hiding in an image. However, there are many
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Photoshop and Elements are easy to use. They save you time and money and provide the best quality for your picture editing projects.
In this guide, you will be learning how to edit images in Photoshop and Elements.
In the process, you will be using the most common tools in the image editing toolbox. You will learn how to crop an image, fix color problems, add special effects, remove blemishes, create a watermark, add text to images, and more.
If you do not already have Photoshop, you can download the free edition. Photoshop is more powerful but is also more complicated to use. The beginner will find Photoshop easier to use than Elements, but many advanced users prefer using the professional version.
If you already have Photoshop, you will need to download the first free trial of Photoshop Elements, which will be available for download in the “More Apps” section of your software. If you are a Mac user, simply open the App Store and search for Photoshop Elements.
If you have Photoshop, you will need to sign in to it. If you do not have Photoshop, you will be taken to the Photoshop Elements first time setup wizard. If you need help signing in, check out our tutorial on How to sign in to Photoshop.
Pick an image
You can use any image you like, but here are a few good sources of images for you to work with:
How to download
We are going to be downloading images from GraphicLove.com. You can simply follow the instructions on the site or grab the image below.
Step 1 – Click the DOWNLOAD button under the right column.
Step 2 – Once the image is downloaded, open it.
Step 3 – Once the image is opened, you will notice there is a cursor on the image.
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A light-weight, flexible, and translucent circuit board with flexibility based on a multi-core woven cloth structure has been proposed recently. In this circuit board, a woven cloth prepared from plural core threads woven together is impregnated with a resin in a liquid state, and the impregnated woven cloth is then further impregnated with a resin in a semi-solid state or a solid state to form a flexible and lightweight resin-impregnated cloth.
Furthermore, to ensure that the woven cloth does not have a residual stress, it is preferable to perform cross-linking with the resin to cross-link the polyamide resin with the PVA resin with a thermosetting agent such as melamine, or the polyamide resin with the PVA resin with a reactive rubber; in addition, the woven cloth is impregnated in a liquid state, and then subjected to a cross-linking treatment in a semi-solid state to decrease the thickness of the impregnated resin or in a solid state to decrease the thickness of the impregnated resin.
Patent Document 1: Japanese Laid-open Patent Publication No. 2000-302373
Patent Document 2: Japanese Laid-open Patent Publication No. 2009-93678
However, there may be a problem that, when the woven cloth is impregnated with the resin in a liquid state, a residual stress in a plane direction of the woven cloth is generated and warps the woven cloth. Moreover, when the woven cloth is impregnated with the resin in a semi-solid state or a solid state, the impregnated resin is too thick. Moreover, when the woven cloth is impregnated with the resin in a semi-solid state, a problem of a warpage of the woven cloth may occur during curing in the semi-solid state.
Here, the “residual stress” herein means a stress remaining when the woven cloth made of the plural core threads is deformed, and does not include the stress resulting from chemical and physical properties of a resin itself. The residual stress remaining in the woven cloth may be, for example, a residual stress in a warp direction of the woven cloth and a residual stress in a weft direction of the woven cloth, and may not be explicitly described as a “residual stress in a plane direction of the woven cloth”. Moreover, when the woven cloth is mechanically deformed, a residual stress caused by this mechanical deformation may not
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Winforms Listview – Clear Selected rows
I have a winform that has some Listviews that are grouped based on certain criteria. I have not bound these listviews, so the data is loaded into the Listviews based on the needs of the project.
When the user clicks a button, I do the following:
After this if the user clicks on a different Listview, I do the following:
However, what happens is it resets the Listview to it’s default settings. I don’t want this to happen, I want the Listview to remember that it was selected rows cleared. I have a feeling that because the Listview is not bound, it is showing the data based off the form creation or some such.
EDIT – I would like this behavior for that particular Listview, but to also happen for all other Listviews. This behavior is only happening for a Listview.
I have found the answer. After combing through the winforms documentation, I found this:
Note An unbound ListView control can retain its selection by default.
This means the selection keeps state, but the ListView control retains
the selection position. The first ListView item on the list is
selected. If you clear a selection, the selection disappears and the
control resets to the default selection. If you set SelectionMode to
Multiple, it behaves like a DataGridView and retains the selection
position, so that selecting an item automatically clears a selection
anywhere else on the list.
So I changed this:
MyListView.SelectionMode = SelectionMode.Multiple;
This is far superior. I just have a winform, and then have several ListViews in a group that are grouped based on certain criteria, and then once a certain item is picked, I clear that selection. If the selection is cleared on that particular ListView, the selection for all other ListViews are retained.
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