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Re: filmscanners: Paintshop Pro

I use both Ps and PSP.  I think each have their advantages and, when working
with converted CAD images, the ability to precisely define a rotation is a great
feature in PSP.  Neither applications, however, do well at rotating images at
other than 90 degree increments - I think Photoshop may do it a little better
but not much.

Jim Sims

shAf wrote:

> Rob writes ...
> > ... I was trying to remember the neatest features which
> > PSP 7 has over Photoshop.  Two which are extremely
> > useful are:
> >
> > 1) The ability to rotate an image a fraction of a degree
> > ...
>         Not true ... I just pulled up an old image with a non-level horizon,
> and with the "ruler" tool drew a line across the horizon.  Now
> Image=>rotate_canvas=>arbitrary" indicates the exact rotation
> necessary to make the horizon horizontal ... to a hundredth of a
> degree!
> shAf  :o)


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