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    1michael1 NNTP User

    Default Resize Pictures!


    Hello everyone,

    I cut one picture in half and I need help please,how
    can I resize in full aspect in to original size.

    Thang you or anyone like to help me.

    Michael


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    smpoole7 NNTP User

    Default Re: Resize Pictures!


    The standard tool under Linux is the Gimp, which is normally installed
    by default on a Suse installation. Use the "Scale" option (as I recall,
    it's in the tools menu, which you get to by right-clicking in the
    image).

    For quick and dirty work, I actually prefer Kolourpaint. It's not as
    powerful, but it's all I need, and it's faster and easier for me. If you
    don't see it in your Graphics menu, run Yast -> Software Management and
    search for it. Install it if needed.


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    1michael1 NNTP User

    Default Re: Resize Pictures!


    smpoole7;1943207 Wrote:
    > The standard tool under Linux is the Gimp, which is normally installed
    > by default on a Suse installation. Use the "Scale" option (as I recall,
    > it's in the tools menu, which you get to by right-clicking in the
    > image).
    >
    > For quick and dirty work, I actually prefer Kolourpaint. It's not as
    > powerful, but it's all I need, and it's faster and easier for me. If you
    > don't see it in your Graphics menu, run Yast -> Software Management and
    > search for it. Install it if needed.


    @smpoole7:

    Thank you for your big help it works and I will playing around with the
    Kolourpaint.

    The Kolourpaint it is very easey.

    Tnx again


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