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    Default How to framed/border your pictures??

    i see someone(siron) pics with white border and name at the below..How do you all do it??

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    anyone can help me??

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    Originally posted by Kampong
    anyone can help me??
    What image software are you using? If you are using PSP v6 or 7, then there is an automatic function to do add a frame or boarder. If you are using PS or Fireworks (I use both) you can accomplish this by increasing the image "Canvas" size, then using the text tool to type whatever in the newly created boarder. In CompuPic Pro you can use the advanced batch tool to automatically add boarders and overlay text to a large number of images at once.

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    tried PS7 canvas liao..
    but effect not that gd..
    example of siron pic are



    siron, care to share how u do it? issit got special softwafe do one?
    i newbie to all these things..

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    Once again, the pics are taking FOREVER to dl. When are folks gonna learn not to use coolconnect? It sucks royaly for folks living outside Singapore (ie. The other 5,994,000 of us ).

    Anyway, these look like the frames you can create in Paint Shop Pro 6 or 7. There are also plugins available in PS for this.

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    err..
    soori..
    those pics are not uploaded by me..
    i just link those pics from other thread..
    btw, PS7 got such plug in??
    wat the name of the plugin??
    thx..

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    I'm not sure...I use PS 6, but don't have the plugin. You can always do it the hard way by creating the frame as a mask.

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