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ThumbsPlus v7-v9 Questions / "fade" function not available
« on: 2011-05-16 08:38:55 »
Let's see it with a sample image... just a 24-bit .jpg photo from my old Fujifilm camera promoted to 48-bit mode via Image > Mode > 48-bit RGB.

1. Before applying the Sandy filter, I went to Edit > Copy (I have told you Edit > Copy All, but that was in T+7) to copy the entire image. Just make sure by looking at the last item in the status line (the dotted square) that there is no area selected before copying.

[img=thumbnail]http://forums.cerious.com/forum/images/uploaded/201105161232074dd11947e4762.jpg[/img]

2. I have applied the Sandy filter (as a tip just press F to go to the Select Filter dialog).

[img=thumbnail]http://forums.cerious.com/forum/images/uploaded/201105161234344dd119da83314.jpg[/img]

3. I went to Image > Combine, pressed the Clipboard button for Combine With (the text (clipboard) will appear below), then selected Fade for Operation, and set the slider to 50.

[img=thumbnail]http://forums.cerious.com/forum/images/uploaded/201105161232494dd1197148e9e.jpg[/img]

Note: I always worked in 48 bit-mode and saved as JPEG only for uploading to the forum.

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ThumbsPlus v7-v9 Questions / "fade" function not available
« on: 2011-05-15 00:27:09 »
You are right, sorry. The Fade function is also not available when you work in 48-bit mode. For 48-bit images please do this:

1. Copy the first image you want to fade to the Clipboard with Edit > Copy All.
2. Apply the edition step(s).
3. Go to Image > Combine. Once in the Combine Images dialog, click the Clipboard button, select Fade for Operation, set the Opacity level and click OK.

Regarding the image quality question, the recommendation is to work with the image as much as possible in 48-bit mode, and only convert it to 24-bit mode when saving to JPEG to share your work or upload to the web, because the existence of more shades per color channel (65,536 instead of only 256) means that more operations can be performed on the image without risk of noticeable banding or posterization.

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ThumbsPlus v7-v9 Questions / "fade" function not available
« on: 2011-05-14 09:54:12 »
The Fade function under the Edit menu lets you fade (combine with an opacity level) the image in the last Undo buffer with the current image, or in other words, the image previous to the last edition with the image after the edition.

The Fade function is always disabled (grayed-out) when you first open an image since the Undo buffer is empty. It will become enabled after you have done any operation over the image which does not involve changing its dimensions (resizing, adding borders, cropping). Also, it will be permanently unavailable if the Undo function is disabled in Options > Viewing - Editing.

PS: I have tested in ThumbsPlus 7 SP2 and 8 SP1 and it is working correctly.

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