This is probably due to the fact that the program you're trying to record is restricted and you're not allowed to record it. But fret not, you can still record it via ScreenRec.
Previously available only on Windows and Linux, ScreenRec is now available on Mac too. Its a free screen recording software that offers premium features like free cloud storage and HD quality recording. You can download ScreenRec from its official website.
The screenshot is automatically saved in a folder called "Screenshots" in your World of Warcraft folder. i.e for PC users: C:\Program Files\World of Warcraft\Screenshots Windows Vista may store screenshots in alternate locations, such as: C:\Users\\AppData\Local\VirtualStore\Program Files\World of Warcraft\Screenshots or C:\Users\Public\Games\World of Warcraft\Screenshots
If you mean the whie one that's a REALLY old one, however very cute,I have that one. Or do you mean the black puppy with the yellow smlilie face, also cute, somewhat old.
There is another one, the pinkish/redish Jonas dog,it's pretty new but not as cute.
If you wanted a code none of the puppy emoticons have codes that I know of.
I am not for sure about the best way but I know that you can use Adobe Photoshop. It takes a lot of familiarity to efficiently use photoshop so if you do not know how to, you might try finding someone who does. Or you might go to some place like Kinkos or a local print shop and they might be able to do it for you if you are not comfortable with doing it yourself.
In most Photoshop programs, their is a tool bar with all of your tools on either the far right or far left of your screen. On that tool bar, their should be a small 'T' as one of the options, typically on the right side (if the tool bar is in two rows). Click on that, and either a text box will appear, automatically creating a new layer specifically for text, or you will have to draw a box. Both options will create a new layer. Then, when you're done having your box created, just type, and the letters will be on the new layer. Once finished, you can rasterize the layer (by right-clicking on it) to turn it into a regular layer, and you can then colour the text any way you like, even using gradients. But make sure you lock the layer, first!
In the board game Yahtzee, a Yahtzee is a five-of-a-kind, when all five dice show the same value.
For aggeess I was stuck with this too. And just before I was messing around with the keys trying to find out how to do it.
Press and hold the key fn - usually located next to the ctrl button
then press prt sc - Usually located next to the f12 button or the delete button.
Hope this helped ''D
Then i opened up a new document in paint and put it on there. But i guess you can put it anywear. XD
By using your computer.
Adobe Bridge is media browser and organizer and comes with Photoshop installation. Find image in Bridge and select it by clicking on it, then go to File > Open (Ctrl + O) to open it in Photoshop, or right click and choose Open or Open With > Adobe Photoshop.
Sponge tool you can use to saturate or desaturate colors in image. When this tool is active you can set options in options bar (just below menus): Mode > choose Saturate or Desaturate, Flow is rate of saturation change and Vibrance is very useful option because it prevents colors to be oversaturated.
There are some fundamental differences between painting and drawing. Although somewhat similar (they share some of the same tools and tool functions), painting and drawing have different functions. Whereas objects in drawing can be edited on an “whole object by whole object” basis, objects in painting can be changed and moved on a pixel by pixel basis.
Press Space bar while drawing selection and move it. Another way to move selection after you draw it is from Select > Transfrom Selection.
There is no simple answer, the answer depends on the image contents and on the number of unique colors in the image.
For photos jpeg is the best option, compression is lossy, but for the human eye the differences are not that dramatic. You can adjust the compression level (some tools allow it, some not).
For small images, with a maximum of 256 colors .gif or .png are good. Both use loss-less compression.
You can use an image converter to test some of the possibilities (gif, png or jpeg).
There are a number of benefits to using Picasa, the main ones are that it is simple and runs fast, it is easy to backup photos to the internet, simple to edit photos, and finally it is made by a reputable company- google.
If you want to make a circle that is 2 pixels wide:
Yes. I have not used Corel Draw for a while, but as far as I remember you can import bitmaps and JPEGs without any problem and place them in a CDR.
Press the Prt Srcn key; that copies the current screen image to the clipboard.
It's an opinion question, but yes GIMP is good and you can make cool drawings out of it. It does cost anything, is cross platform (you can use it on computers running Linux or Windows or Solaris or Mac OS, or Amiga or BSD, etc.
It is a full fledged image manipulation program for advanced users it is fully on a par with Adobe Photoshop but the filters are slightly more complex to set up and use if you want to get the exact same effects that you can get with a few clicks in Photoshop.
To trim unwanted parts of a picture is known as cropping.
Download CoreDraw Portable X4
Then Import the JPEG file into a new document then save as CDR
and be happy
an easier way is to upload your file to www.filespazz.com
your file will be converted and sent back to your e-mail within 5 minutes.
Rapid link provided has a Trojan in it. Do not download anybody.
Try the link above:
Below steps will help to change hair color which will look very natural with the help of Corel Paint Shop Pro :