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munster
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04/03/2013 at 9:35am
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I use the clone tool in PSP but can't see how to get the same result in CA2. I want to replace parts of images, like a worm hole in an apple leaf or take a button off a dress.
Can someone help, please?
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Scottishgal
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04/03/2013 at 10:30am
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Hi munster. In CAP if you take your photo into the Photolab you will find among the icons along the top a little 'sticking plaster'. this is called the Spot-Repair tool. It's the nearest thing CAP has to a clone tool.
I have provided a link to a video tut; that Melinda did on various aspects of Photolab and about 4 minutes into the video she covers using the Spot-repair tool. She is using DSA the first incarnation of CAP but the principles are the same...

PhotoLab Basics in Digital Scrapbook Artist 2
munster
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04/03/2013 at 11:46am
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Thank you so much. I found spot-repair in CA and now will watch the video. Melinda makes a wonderful video.
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04/03/2013 at 12:35pm
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>> I have provided a link to a video tut

Oops! No you haven't, Scottishgal. You've provided a link to my page for providing links!!

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04/03/2013 at 2:42pm
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@ Alfred >> Oops! No you haven't, Scottishgal. You've provided a link to my page for providing links!!

Oh Alfred what a silly billy I am Thank you for picking up on that and fixing it (I take it you fixed it since it seems to be ok now anyway)..Oh dear I will have to watch these senior moments...
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04/03/2013 at 6:00pm
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@Scottishgal >> have to watch these senior moments

you mean, like this...



Maybe it's a US thing, but I don't think I've ever heard it phrased quite like that, and all I could think was high school!

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04/03/2013 at 6:09pm
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Senior moments - Terry Wogan on BBC Radio Two used to go on about these - many of his listeners tended to be of a slightly more mature age group .

"a momentary lapse of memory (especially in older people)", or a non-medical term for a "mental glitch".

It suggests that as we get older we get more forgetful or disorganised. I have a fair few CRAFT moments nowadays - no - being honest, even as a mere spring chicken I had a great tendency, too.

Can't Remember A Flipping Thing. (although the F can sometimes be a bit naughtier )
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04/03/2013 at 6:17pm
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Oh, Karen, see, now you're doing it...

"slightly" more mature age group
"mental glitch"
"mere" spring chicken

I like CRAFT, never heard that one before. Most people will think I'm saying something else! LOL!


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04/03/2013 at 8:58pm
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Hi Kat.

What is that saying? Two countries separated by one common language. Are you after translations?

I doubt the seniors we are referring to could manage this .

Senior as in Senior Citizen - I was using the phrase "slightly more mature age group" to be as diplomatic as I could.

"glitch" A minor malfunction, mishap, or technical problem; a snag:

"spring chicken" Slang for a young person; as in young chicken, especially one from two to ten months old, having tender meat.

Terry Wogan's radio show resulted in a group of "fans" who were called TOGS (Terry's Old Geezers/Gals/Gits) and the younger members were called TYGs (Terry's Young Geezers/Gals). I suppose we considered ourselves as part of the TYGs. I much preferred his show to that of Chris Evans, who has taken over from Sir Terry. Having said that, as I don't "do" mornings other than on Thursdays, I don't really have to listen to it much.

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04/03/2013 at 9:23pm
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@ Kat...you mean, like this...

If only I could dance like that, I think I would dislocate something

Ok I'm dancing, I'm dancing just for you Kat.


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