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Photoshop is the first software that we use as a Macintosh user, but we also use other applications such as Fireworks, PhotoScape, and VisiOn.
Activating User Interface Elements
You can interact with Photoshop from several points:
A work area: This area contains the tools you need to create images and perform other tasks.
An image window: This window holds the various image files you work with.
The workspace: This area contains tools you use to place and arrange tools on the image window, such as the Move, Rotate, Zoom, Hand, and Pen tool.
Guides: These tiny boxes on the edges of an image outline the edges of any object, path, or collection.
Guides are kind of like “canvas lines” that outline the edges of a drawing, path, or outline. You can use the Move tool to create guides. You can also turn on the Guides check box in the preferences to access them. Guided guides are especially useful for tracing hard edges, such as the edge of an object, object area, or path.
In addition to drawing paths and guides, you can also create your own paths and guides by using the Pen tool and the Paths palette. You can create guides in a number of ways, ranging from drawing lines (Pen) to drawing shapes with the Polygonal (Poly) tool to creating complex paths with the Pen tool.
The available tools are the following:
Select tool: You use the Select tool to select and work with the pixels of an image.
Marquee tool: You use the Marquee tool to select sections of an image to copy or cut.
Eraser tool: You use the Eraser tool to remove pixels that you don’t want in your image.
Lasso tool: You use the Lasso tool to create a selection of pixels, which you can move, copy, or cut.
Crop tool: You use the Crop tool to resize a portion of an image and drag it to another area of the image window. You can also use the Crop tool to clear an area of pixels that you don’t want.
Zoom tool: You can use the Zoom tool to zoom and pan around an image window to view an image from different perspectives.
Hand tool: You use the Hand tool to move the cursor around an image. The Hand tool is used to select particular areas of an image.
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How Adobe Photoshop Taught My Old Computer Science Course a Lesson – hpx
I actually used Photoshop to teach a course on software tools and concepts, in
highschool. Sometimes taking things from the real world and using it in your
app teaches you more about software than anything you learn in the textbook.
That’s a very similar use case to the one posted here previously:
So not new, and a bit clunky. I’d give it 4/10 at this point.
Still, that story could easily be reposted, and I hope it does. 🙂
 I re-read the original article and it’s not too bad, and it’s a new
story. I’m sure it has some value.
Yeah, I didn’t realize it was a post about a similar topic. I gave it a
4/10 because it took a lot of work to put together. I may add a new section
entitled: “Prof Back in High School” at some point.
How to stop double wrapping in a word in a static textbox in C#?
How do I stop a double wrapping of a word in a textbox in C#? I am generating a form dynamically, so the textbox.text is read from a DataTable. It seems that if there are words in the text that are more than two letters long the textbox.text string wraps when displaying the data. So I get double wrapping.
The short answer is you can’t with out heavily modifying your textbox.
It’s unlikely that the textboxes string property is in any way formatted, so it’s you who would need to take control of it.
The only way I can think of doing this is to ensure that each iteration of the textbox array results in a different textbox, or to keep a collection of textboxes and change them as the text is appended.
I ended up just getting the text from the DataTable and then rendering it with iText
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