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Graphics editors are available on Windows for free:
* Xara Xtreme 2.0 ( www.xara.com)
* Paintshop Pro X (www.macgraphicsoft.com)
* CorelDRAW Graphics Suite X3 (www.coreldraw.com)
* GIMP (www.gimp.org)
# Content-Aware Fill and Content-Aware Move
One of the most exciting new features in Photoshop CC is the _Content-Aware Fill_ and _Content-Aware Move_ commands, found under the _Filters_ menu. It’s a little like a graphic find-and-replace feature that can often replace a standard fill with a more appropriate one. For instance, say you have a ton of blue flowers and want to replace them with white ones, but you don’t want to replace every blue flower. With the Content-Aware Fill and Content-Aware Move features you can select a few individual ones and then make the changes using the Lasso tool. If you make a mistake, you can reverse the selection, and after a while the spot is filled again.
1. **With the Lasso tool (L) selected, choose Select** → **Content-Aware Move**.
2. **From the Content-Aware Move dialog box, select the Apply to All button**.
A dialog box appears asking for a name for your selection. Make a selection on a flower photo, and you’ll see a preview (Figure 3-16). Press OK to accept the selection.
Figure 3-16. Use the Content-Aware Move tool to add just enough of the contents of one photo to another photo. A preview at the bottom of the dialog box indicates where it’ll add the contents.
3. **In the Content-Aware Move dialog box, choose the Apply to Selected button**.
The preview of your photo moves over to the selected flower, and the tool automatically adds the color to the flower.
4. **In the Content-Aware Move dialog box, select the Reverse button**.
Photoshop Elements is not a professional level design software. It is intended for editing photos to produce digital images for personal use. If you are not using Photoshop to edit photos and are starting a new design project, this is probably not the right program for you.
Adobe Photoshop Elements is an in-app purchases program.
Adobe Photoshop Elements Tutorials
Here are some useful tips, tricks and tutorials to get you up and running with Photoshop Elements:
Step-by-Step Photoshop Elements Tutorials
Get to Know the Graphics App
For those new to the program, Photoshop Elements is very similar to Photoshop. You have all the editing tools you would expect to find, including tools to add items like text, shapes, brushes, and even fonts.
However, it lacks some features, including objects and layers and some of the more advanced tools Photoshop has.
Photoshop Elements is a simple and streamlined version of the software. When it first launches it has the 12 most essential tools and tools for basic photo editing. All the tools can be accessed in an easy-to-learn, intuitive manner.
A New Smart Brush
The Brushes palette is at the bottom of the interface, to the right.
You can create a new brush here, or select an existing one to edit it.
When editing a brush, all you need to do is click to make a change. You can tap to change the opacity of a brush. Tap and hold to change the size of the brush. Drag upwards or downwards to resize it.
Press the space bar to see how the brush stroke looks without making any changes to it.
Select a Brush
The Brush palette contains all the brushes that you can download from Creative Cloud.
You can search for and filter brushes by popularity, appearance, and date.
You can then save the brushes to your library and edit them by name or select several brushes to create a new brush.
Photoshop Elements has a very intuitive interface and the Brushes palette is no exception.
It contains all of the brushes in your library.
At the bottom of the palette are controls to change brush settings.
Left side of the Brush palette: You can preview a brush in the brush preview panel on the left.
You can set the settings for a brush by clicking one of the buttons.
Hold the spacebar to see the settings
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The beneficial effects of ursodeoxycholic acid (UDCA) in primary biliary cirrhosis (PBC) were established by a controlled, prospective, randomized trial. It was suggested that UDCA did not have a pathogenic role, since no improvement was observed with placebo. To assess further the effects and mechanism of action of UDCA in the treatment of PBC, 100 patients were treated with UDCA (15-25 mg/kg/day) during 14 months. The main measurements were laboratory tests for liver function, in particular serum bilirubin, gammaglutamyltranspeptidase (GGT), and alkaline phosphatase (ALP) concentrations. Laparoscopy was performed if indicated and histology of liver biopsies was examined for signs of cholestasis. Only 44 patients were available for follow-up at the end of the treatment. No significant change in liver function was observed in the 17 patients with more than half of the expected time of treatment. The effect on the other 27 patients was unclear. Several patients developed pruritus and mild fluid retention. One patient had severe fluid retention and weight gain. We conclude that the induction of clinical improvement of PBC by UDCA needs a longer period of treatment, not less than one year. Our patients did not have a satisfactory response to treatment.Methods of gene targeting in the mouse.
Mammalian cells contain multiple alleles of each gene, and the different gene products do not always function in the same way in vivo. Strategies to test the biological function of mutant genes in mice are limited by our inability to make precise, targeted alterations in the mouse germ line, the prerequisite for producing mice with new and altered alleles. Recent advances in gene targeting methods allow for precise alterations in genes (mutations, deletions, insertions) by homologous recombination in a mammalian system. The techniques of homologous recombination have been developed in embryonic stem (ES) cells and utilised to generate mutant mice. These mutant mice display gene trap technology and engineered mutations and are useful tools to study the function of genes. In particular, these mutant mice have proven to be powerful tools to study the function of genes with “unknown” functions in vivo. Here, we will describe the methods of gene targeting and how they have been applied to mouse ES cells.A display apparatus using a light emitting element
Insulin-induced growth hormone release and its inhibition by bombesin in normal subjects.
The effect of exogenously administered insulin on the pulsatile release of growth hormone (GH) was examined in 6 normal healthy subjects. In 2 subjects examined on 2 consecutive days, 500 mug of insulin iv (t1/2, 25-30 min) resulted in a near maximal inhibition of GH secretion. In the 4 subjects studied during water immersion, a clear-cut inhibition of GH release was also seen. In 3 of these subjects the magnitude of the insulin-induced GH inhibition was far greater than the magnitude of the inhibition during water immersion. The inhibitory effect of insulin on GH secretion (expressed as percent inhibition of basal GH concentration) was significantly greater during water immersion than during saline (control) administration. In the 2 subjects studied twice, insulin, iv administration evoked a pulsatile GH pattern similar to that of natural sleep patterns. The magnitude of the GH peak heights and total integrated GH concentration between successive GH pulses was also greatly attenuated by insulin. The inhibitory effect of insulin on GH secretion, as expressed as percent inhibition of basal GH secretion, was greatly reduced during sleep and closely approached zero during spontaneous GH release patterns. In 2 subjects, a single iv bolus injection of bombesin (0.1 microgram/kg-bw) did not affect the resting and sleep-induced GH secretory patterns, while in another subject a small rise (3.6 ng/ml) was seen. These results indicate that insulin can significantly inhibit GH release in man by a mechanism other than central nervous inhibitory influence. Furthermore, exogenously administered insulin can reduce the release of GH when administered during sleep.Q:
How to read data from outlook Calendar
i have an asp.net web application and i want to read data from outlook calendar to database
i want to keep one event for multiple user like i don’t want to create event for each user
i want to store user name in calendar so i don’t want to save it as excel file
is there any way to do this
You can retrieve some appointments from the store using OOMUCalendar which is the unique place where all user’s appointments are kept.
The class is very easy to use. Here’s a sample code for retrieving appointments from OOMUCalendar.
OOMUCalendar calendar = new OOMUCalendar();
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