Word of Mouth

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Photoshop vs Elements – Comparing Features

While Photoshop has been around for a long time, Elements has made more changes over time and has a simpler interface. Photoshop Elements has many features that it takes some practice to use. Newbies may feel like it’s an overly complicated program, and may only want to use Photoshop because they already know it.

Adobe Photoshop Elements is more beginner friendly and less complex than Photoshop, but the interface is intentionally simpler and easier to use.

New Features

Elements 16 contains many new features, and with every version we move closer to the features of the professional version.

Revamped Annotations

Annotations and the layers panel have been revamped to make them easier to understand, and easier to use. You can use them to highlight sections of your image with a button, add text to your image, or drag and drop any pixels on the image.

You can add custom colors to any layer, including the background, layers, and layers below other layers. Custom colors can be used for highlight, shadow, highlighter, or any other effect. This feature can be accessed by editing the color, with the option to use a custom color or a hex value.

Creating Brush Brushes

The new brush tool, the brush panel, and background-specific brushes allow you to create a brush that can be used for a texture. In general, the brushes are only two pixels wide, which means that they don’t have enough pixels to be used in designs larger than a small photo or blog post.

Image Variables

Image variables let you change the values of pixels in your images. They’re similar to themes in other programs, and can be used for textures, colors, filters, and more.

Autofill

With the update to Elements 16, Autofill has been redesigned. Autofill lets you add existing colors to the pixels you use for creating textures. To use Autofill, choose one of your images in the Library. The pixels from the image you’re using will be displayed at the bottom of the page. You can drag over any color you wish to use in a pixel, and drop the color over a pixel to apply it to your image. This can save you time because you can use the existing colors in your image to create your texture faster.

Paint Bucket

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Q:

how to write files using FileChannel?

I’m new to network programming but I have to make a simple client-server file transfer program. I want to read the files from the client side using a FileInputStream and write the files to server side using a FileOutputStream and serverSocket.
Here’s the code
public static void main(String[] args) throws Exception {

ServerSocket serverSocket = new ServerSocket(4444);
Socket clientSocket = serverSocket.accept();

PrintStream ps = new PrintStream(new FileOutputStream(“D:\\prog\\upload\\2.txt”));
ps.close();

PrintWriter pw = new PrintWriter(new FileOutputStream(“D:\\prog\\upload\\3.txt”));

pw.println(“Hello”);
pw.println(“How?”);
pw.close();
clientSocket.close();
serverSocket.close();

}

But my output is just showing in server. The file is not getting written.
I found some pages on the internet and changed my code. But it didn’t worked.

I believe that I can not change the input of a client side. I want to do it using a FileChannel as it was meant to be done. But I don’t know how

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Showing a one-parameter family of continuous maps converging on a map is a one-parameter family of homeomorphisms

I have the following problem:
Suppose that $\{f_t\}_{t\in\mathbb{R}}$ is a one parameter family of continuous maps $f_t:M\rightarrow N$ of topological spaces, with $t\in \mathbb{R}$ and $M$,$N$ paracompact manifolds.
I want to show that if $f_t(M)\subset M$ is compact for all $t$, and if $\lim_{t\rightarrow s} f_t=f_s$ uniformly, then $f_s$ is a homeomorphism $f_s:M\rightarrow N$.
I can see that this is true if the $f_t$ have a common open domain $O\subset M$ and $f_t(O)=f_s(O)$ for all $t$.
How would I go about proving this, if the $f_t$ share no common domain? I am having difficulty seeing why $f_s$ should be injective, or injective, or invertible, or even surjective.

A:

Recall that $M$ and $N$ are paracompact, so they are normal. (They are also second countable).
Now suppose $f_s$ is not surjective. Let $U\subset N$ be an open set such that $f_s^{ -1}(U)$ is empty. Because $\lim_{t\rightarrow s}f_t=f_s$ uniformly, there is a neighborhood $V$ of $s$ in $\mathbb{R}$ such that
$$f_t^{ -1}(U)\subset f_s^{ -1}(U) \text{ for all }t\in V.$$
Now $f_s^{ -1}(U)$ is a compact subset of $M$, so we can choose a finite open covering $\{f_s^{ -1}(U)\}$ of $f_s^{ -1}(U)$. But this is a countable open cover of a compact subset, so we have

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