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The above Image is 209x194

I want to "CHOP" 44 out in height,
the width of the image.

Completed image:


These are the Parameters I used to do this:


This is how I got the above Parameters

0 = The amount I want to cut out of the width

44 = The amount I want to cut out of the height.

105 = The width of the image divided in half which is 209

75 = The height of the completed "CHOPped" image

.......divided in half which was 194 to start with:


150 divided by 2 = 75


This still confooses me!

So I asked for some help
This is what Lee posted and it does work.
I am just pasting this here for now.
I will do it up proper when I have the time.

Re: Chop ?'s I get so confoosled--I DID IT - I DID IT

May 14, 2005, 8:37am

I can't believe I did it.
What I did was point and click.
I put the arrow just to the top left of the white circle,
got 2 numbers 138,138
Clicked arrow to the bottom right of the white circle
and got 162,162
I then subtracted the 276 (twice the 138)
from 300 and got 24
Went to Tranform and put in 0x24+138+138
and voila the white circle was GONE BABY
I just used the first number since it was going
to take off an even amount.


To transform your image, enter your transform parameter and method. Note, only methods denoted with an asterisk require a parameter value. Next, press transform to continue.

Choose from these transforms:
affine * flipshave *
chop * flop shear *
coalesce roll * splice *
crop * rotate *trim
deconstructrotate left
flatten rotate right

Press to your image or the form.

Optional Transform Attributes

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