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Cropping in Corel, image turns white

Discussion in 'Corel' started by ocean502, Feb 10, 2010.

  1. ocean502

    ocean502 Member

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    Hello
    I have been emailed scans of photos. 6 per page. I am trying to crop each photo, when doing so the cropped photo turns into a white box. I have cropped hundreds of times and have never had this happen. I rebooted computer and it's still happening.. any ideas..I don't see any settings when choosing the crop tool...It happens to be these certain scans, because the scans I was sent before I just checked and the crop fine. :thankyou:in advance!
     
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  2. J Hill Designs

    J Hill Designs Major Contributor

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    yeah if you are using powerclip, it is defaulted to center image in powerclip - go to options, workspace, edit and uncheck "autocenter new powerclip contents"
     
  3. ocean502

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    OMG Pat you are so smart!! I never knew that....Well the problem was that they were pdf's...I converted to .jpegs and the crop tool works fine..Thanks Pat for teaching me something new!! ÜÜ
    Susie
     
  4. ocean502

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    Thanks Jill Ü
     
  5. digitalwoodshop

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    This is a project I am working on in Corel tonight. The top is a .jpg with a white background. The Bottom is taking the same photo into Corel Photo and doing a cut out of the background.

    AL
     

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  6. rcook99

    rcook99 Very Active Member

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    [QUOTEThis is a project I am working on in Corel tonight. The top is a .jpg with a white background. The Bottom is taking the same photo into Corel Photo and doing a cut out of the background.

    AL ][/QUOTE]

    AL you may also do a power clip into a circle instead of having to run it in Photopaint and bringing it back. just my .02
     
  7. Techman

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    or better yet,, use the bitmap color mask,, Click the white,, click the button,. done!
     
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