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Old 21 September 2016, 14:26   #19
Steve T
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Originally Posted by idrougge View Post
How do you mean lock the background? Have you tried the stencil feature?

As you would lock the background in dpaint, then you can paint over and delete etc, without modifying the underlying image, like a primitive version of layers - I thought PPaint actually supported layers but I must be thinking of a different program.

Originally Posted by idrougge View Post
The image processing features of PPaint are indeed mostly useless, but on the other hand, its palette manipulations are unparalleled by any PC program.
Yes I did praise this in my first post, the ability to adjust Hue or compress or expand the dynamic range of the image with the contrast controls are fantastic, just to be able to easily experiment quickly, saves a lot of time over all other pixel progs i've tried - worth the price of admission by itself really.
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