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rcrsn51


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PostPosted: Wed 04 Jun 2014, 07:50    Post subject:  

PeasyGlue v1.7 is posted above. It removes the Aspect button and only shows that information if you make a pattern.
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charlie6


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PostPosted: Wed 04 Jun 2014, 08:41    Post subject:  

Hi Bill,
rcrsn51 wrote:
...I recognize that the Aspect feature is not much value to an A4 user like yourself. Maybe I should remove the confusing Aspect button and only show that information after making a pattern.

I'm curious. In Europe is photo paper still 4x6, or do you buy a metric version?
Bill

Having the above explanations about the «Aspect» button, i believe version 1.6 could be kept as is .... so...thanks for version 1.7 Very Happy

Digging a bit about photo paper size, in Belgium at least, we use 10x15cm as nominal sizes (4x6 inches = 101,6x152,4mm; and measured on some Kodak paper pictures: 101,5x149mm; and 102x150mm on a Fuji print paper; ...token account of production tolerances I believe we also have 4x6 inches here in Europe)
Cheers, Charlie
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rcrsn51


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PostPosted: Wed 04 Jun 2014, 08:58    Post subject:  

charlie6 wrote:
Digging a bit about photo paper size, in Belgium at least, we use 10x15cm as nominal sizes (4x6 inches = 101,6x152,4mm; and measured on some Kodak paper pictures: 101,5x149mm; and 102x150mm on a Fuji print paper; ...token account of production tolerances I believe we also have 4x6 inches here in Europe)

Interesting. In North America, the next largest photo size is 5x7. What would you call this in Belgium?

I checked in RPhoto for an aspect ratio that matched Letter sized paper, but there wasn't anything close. However, there is a 13:9 ratio that I believe would be close to A4.
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PostPosted: Wed 04 Jun 2014, 10:03    Post subject:  

rcrsn51 wrote:
...In North America, the next largest photo size is 5x7. What would you call this in Belgium?


here are some currently used formats in photo shops and their respective conversion:

Format
10 x 15 cm = 4x6 inch
11,4 x 15 cm= 4,5x6 inch
13 x 19 cm = 5,1x7,5 inch
15 x 20 cm = 6x7,8 inch
20 x 30 cm = 7,9x11,8 inch

A4 is 210x297mm = 21x29,7cm
Letter is 8.5x11 inches (216 mm x 279 mm »-> 279; not 297 Smile )
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PostPosted: Wed 04 Jun 2014, 10:15    Post subject:  

I went into the RPhoto configuration file /root/.RPhoto and manually added a ratio for Letter paper.
Code:
RatioList=........|22:17 (Letter)

Now before printing in PeasyPrint, I can bring up a graphic in RPhoto and compare its aspect ratio against a Letter sheet of paper. So I can visually determine how to scale it - by width or height.

This makes the PeasyGlue Aspect feature redundant.
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greengeek


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PostPosted: Tue 24 Jun 2014, 06:33    Post subject:  

Excellent utility. Just used it to combine some pictures for an auction website. Quick and easy. Thank you!
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Pelo


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PostPosted: Tue 01 Jul 2014, 19:09    Post subject: PeasyGlue accepted
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PeasyGlue accepted, it makes the job. useful !
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anikin

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PostPosted: Wed 09 Jul 2014, 02:46    Post subject:  

rcrsn51,
Works fine in Debian too. http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?p=787622#787622
One little thing though, I'd like to ask to be changed. There's too much air between the images glued with space. 1/3, or even 1/4 of the current space width will be enough, I think. The reduction will add a touch of elegance to the final image and save space on the screen.

Thank you for your work.
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PostPosted: Wed 09 Jul 2014, 05:31    Post subject:  

The spacing is a fixed number of pixels (32). So its apparent size is relative to the images you are gluing together. If you put the spacing between two hi-res JPEG photos, it is a very narrow band.

Trying to implement variable spacing would be more work than I want to do.

If you want to change it yourself, look at the file /usr/local/lib/X11/mini-icons/spacer.pnm.

1. Open the file in mtPaint.
2. Shrink it.
3. Save it as a PNG.
4. Run pngtopnm < spacer.png > spacer.pnm
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PostPosted: Wed 09 Jul 2014, 10:14    Post subject:  

@anikin: See v1.8 posted above. See the Update note.

Note to translators: There are some new phrases.
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saintless


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PostPosted: Fri 11 Jul 2014, 03:02    Post subject:  

Thank you! Download link for Peasyglue 1.8 debian package in case someone need it.
http://smokey01.com/saintless/Fredx181/peasyglue_1.8_i386.deb
To keep the size small only needed dependencies from wheezy included inside. Tested in DebianDog only but it should work on any debian system this way without installing anything extra.
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Pelo


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PostPosted: Mon 25 Apr 2016, 19:47    Post subject: Application to fit two pictures (or more ) together  

peasyglue now inscluded as default in some Puppies.
What i am looking for is a Puppy application to fit two pictures (or more ) together (Vue panoramique)

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PostPosted: Fri 30 Dec 2016, 22:55    Post subject: No feedback about peasyglue.  

No feedback about peasyglue. Peasyglue is more for printing than editing. A perfect tool or nobody use it ? I worry about Puppy Linux usage again, only a training os for a dozen Linux learners ?
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PostPosted: Sat 31 Dec 2016, 22:56    Post subject: Re: Application to fit two pictures (or more ) together  

Pelo wrote:
peasyglue now inscluded as default in some Puppies.
What i am looking for is a Puppy application to fit two pictures (or more ) together (Vue panoramique)
Hi Pelo - in what way does peasyglue fail to "fit two pictures (or more) together"?

Just join the first two pics side by side, then add more if required. Or are you trying to join large numbers of pics together?
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PostPosted: Sun 01 Jan 2017, 05:46    Post subject: I need more precise adjustment  

You can make them fit together on by the top the middle or the bottom.
I need more precise adjustment the house roof for instance will be the point ( the roof is on both pictures of course)
Inklite is not bad, but does not record as Jpeg or PNG. Inklite is very good. In fact.
But viewnior could do very eayly the job if we could not show the borders. Then you had only to align two pictures on desktop at your convenience..
In french we call that 'panoramique'
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