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  1. It does have an effect on the capture if pasted into I did one capture and pasted in and pasted in windows paint. The paste in windows paint was the exact same as the screen, but the was altered.
  2. I will often copy full webpages and paste the results in in order to edit the page and save them as pdf's. Recently, when copying the page and pasting it in, I will get a blue hue to all of the pictures. If I choose to save the file and open it in, the pictures are fine. Also, if I paste it to window's paint the pictures are normal. I can even copy it from window's paint, and paste it in and the pictures are fine. If I just do print screen to copy the visible page and then paste in, there is no color alteration. I am using firefox as my browser and I version 4.2.4. I am including pics of how I copy then one pic of just pasting to and one of pasting in window's paint then copying and pasting to The blue one is the straight paste to pdn.
  3. Looks like I'm too late, but: I'm new here, but I use it and I like it. As was stated above, tap the arrow key first then use control and it does not duplicate. It works well for me.
  4. Thank you both. Those dots were tough, but I was able to get a similar reproduction.
  5. I would like to be able to reproduce this picture. While I would appreciate your thoughts on how to make the splat in the foreground, I am really curious how to make the different sized and different colored circles in the background that overlap irregularly. Thanks in advance. David
  6. I would like your thoughts on the plugin object2colour. You can use it to do the initial color change, but you can also use it to get rid of any black that is left over if you used a different method originally. If you have opaque and translucent set to color wheel, it will change the black to your preferred color at the same alpha along the edges.
  7. That's it! Thank you so much Woodsy. I really appreciate everyone's help.
  8. Thanks Pixey, but that is not it. I remember it being much simpler than that. I would just generate a background and then run the plugin. One of the settings towards the middle of the dialog box, not the main setting, would need to be negative to get the right result. I appreciate your thoughts on the subject.
  9. I recently read a post on how to create glass blocks using a plugin other than the glass blocks plugin. I do not know if it was a recent or older post. All I really remember was that one of the settings had to be a negative number and it turned the image into a nice rendering of glass blocks. If someone could help me with this, I would appreciate it. I have searched and searched and cannot find it. I believe it was mentioned as an aside and was not related to the main topic of the thread.
  10. That was quick! Thank you. I appreciate it.
  11. I am trying to duplicate yellowman's background here. I am using gradients galore, but I do not get the distinct lines that he has. My lines are, well, a gradient. How can I reproduce this 2 color fanning of the lines? My try with same colors in gradients galore. Thanks.
  12. I was able to get those other plugins. The suggestions worked well. Thanks to everyone that helped. I appreciate it.
  13. Thanks to you both. Both worked great. My attempt is below. I was able to get all of the plugins, except the invert alpha plugin. It was just a mishmash of letters and not a dll file. I searched around and found that I could use curves+ to invert the alpha, and did that, but my mask did not cover the entire image, as shown below. Should it cover the entire image or is that the way it is supposed to look? Also, is there somewhere else I can get the invert alpha plugin, or is the way I did it suitable? Thanks for your help and your time.
  14. How can I make lines that are white in the center but fade to blue on both sides of the line. I tried to use the gradient, but that spreads the fade over the entire picture rather than in each line. I would like to make lines similar to the included picture.