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Re: Wishlist for Paint Shop Pro 2019

Postby ianyoung » Mon Aug 14, 2017 10:03 am

See my post re precise offset rotation of raster objects http://forum.corel.com/EN/viewtopic.php?f=56&t=62189

Options for Pivot X & Y, Position X & Y being a % (of the canvas size) instead of pixels. Position X & Y being the center of the object rather than the top left.
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Re: Wishlist for Paint Shop Pro 2019

Postby JoeB » Mon Aug 14, 2017 6:47 pm

ianyoung wrote:See my post re precise offset rotation of raster objects.

Options for Pivot X & Y, Position X & Y being a % (of the canvas size) instead of pixels. Position X & Y being the center of the object rather than the top left.


If you want people to refer to another post, you should copy the link from that post and paste it in your post here.
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Re: Wishlist for Paint Shop Pro 2019

Postby bobthegoat2001 » Wed Aug 16, 2017 7:04 pm

Thanks for the speed increase in 2018. That was my biggest complaint of PSP ever since Corel took over, and almost gave up using it. I started to gravitate exclusively to Photoshop because once it's initially loaded,the performance seems decent. I've been a PSP fan since Jasc PSP 5, so I'd hate to give up on it.

Zooming in and out, quickly with the mouse wheel on larger images still lags a bit, though improved, but still lags. Panning also blurs the image (while zoomed in) also. I zoom in and pan a lot while editing photos, so the blurriness is kind of annoying.

I noticed that Photoshop and now the new version of ACDsee 2018 support GPU support. I wonder if this would help with that.
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Re: Wishlist for Paint Shop Pro 2019

Postby JoeB » Wed Aug 16, 2017 8:08 pm

bobthegoat2001 wrote:Zooming in and out, quickly with the mouse wheel on larger images still lags a bit, though improved, but still lags. Panning also blurs the image (while zoomed in) also. I zoom in and pan a lot while editing photos, so the blurriness is kind of annoying.


I don't find any lag using the mouse wheel to quickly zoom an image of approx. 5000x3000px (don't know what you consider a larger image). When zoomed and then panned swiftly there is sometimes what you may mean by blurring (i.e., striations caused by the image catching up as it is being dragged) but the image resolves properly in a fraction of a second as soon as the dragging stops.
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Re: Wishlist for Paint Shop Pro 2019

Postby Varekaj » Sun Sep 03, 2017 7:12 pm

At first excuse my bad English)
I love PSP ever since he was Jasc) I can not bring myself to go to Photoshop.
But I want the PSP to keep up with the PS

In PS, if you have started a selection (for example, a circle) in the wrong place, you can move it without ending the selection. (key Space).
In PSP, however, you have to try to allocate several times until you get the right position.

If you create a group of layers with different types of overlay - everything goes wrong. The type is based on the group types of overlay.
In Adobe PS for such cases there is a type "skip" and each layer retains its own overlapping overlap.

I would like to improve the possibilities of free transformation (deformation) (like in PS)
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Re: Wishlist for Paint Shop Pro 2019

Postby Varekaj » Sun Sep 03, 2017 7:30 pm

That the menu bar in a light-gray theme was also light gray, but not dark.
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Re: Wishlist for Paint Shop Pro 2019

Postby JoeB » Sun Sep 03, 2017 10:29 pm

Varekaj wrote:In PS, if you have started a selection (for example, a circle) in the wrong place, you can move it without ending the selection. (key Space).
In PSP, however, you have to try to allocate several times until you get the right position.


I'm not quite sure I understand what you mean by "allocate" in your second sentence.

However, if you create a selection (circle, rectangle, etc.) and want to move it you can just right-click and hold within the selection and then drag to move it where you want. If you wish to resize it, for example, after moving it you can do it with Selections>Edit Selection and use the Pick tool to resize and/or move the selection.
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Re: Wishlist for Paint Shop Pro 2019

Postby Varekaj » Mon Sep 04, 2017 11:30 am

JoeB wrote:I'm not quite sure I understand


Thank you for your answer.
For example. If you create a selection near the border of image you may go beyond, and you can not move the circle by right button, because it will be cut off.
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Second example: Yes ...
Varekaj wrote: you can just right-click and hold within the selection and then drag to move it where you want. If you wish to resize it, for example, after moving it you can do it with Selections>Edit Selection and use the Pick tool to resize and/or move the selection.
but you have to edit the selection several times to find the right position and size. When you use the Pick tool, the selection turns into a floating fragment. And this is not the same. I say directly about the selection.
In PS, you can easily move the selection in the process of creating and this is very convenient.
Thank you)
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Re: Wishlist for Paint Shop Pro 2019

Postby Radim » Thu Sep 07, 2017 2:54 pm

Full support PaintShop Pro 2019 image editor for a new *effective* image format:
High Efficiency Image File Format (HEIF)

- basic info: https://developer.apple.com/videos/play/wwdc2017/513/?time=565
- Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image_file_formats#HEIF

- already fully implemented in a new Zoner Photo Studio X: https://www.zoner.com/en/heif-format September 2017! 8)
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Re: Wishlist for Paint Shop Pro 2019

Postby Varekaj » Thu Sep 07, 2017 3:34 pm

I would very much to have a free transformation, like in the PS.
This gives full freedom!
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Re: Wishlist for Paint Shop Pro 2019

Postby jjangfree » Sat Sep 09, 2017 5:59 am

Median brush would be nice for retouching.
Warp brush with masking capability.
and I second mesh warp like free transform too.
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