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  1. i have no choice BUT to use XP or else aint got any computer access in this isolated lockdown. I have still got avast free antiviral though. no more scare stories please. hopefully my wondows 10 will be fixed, and the guy who helps me with computers didn't make a fuss for me to use it for a while!
  2. just tried to download latest version but it won't allow it. wonder if there in an older version it'd work?
  3. THANKS. I think I am learning more and more though how I am doing it there could be easier ways. What I do not if I wanna manpulate two figures, is open the image , and then open another image and remove background and then paste into new layer (if i remember right)
  4. HI, I just upgraded to Windows 10 last December, on a new computer (recycled actually) and then I downloaded and installed Paint.net. I have had problems with the new computer and for now have moved back onto my old computer which is Windows XP. Now I would like to also download Paint.net onto this one whilst I wait for the other one to be hopefully fixed right. But I am confused about doing so. Can I just put same details, user name and password. OR do I have to do them different, and will there be any problems with my email staying the same when I go back to Paint.net on my Windows 10 compu
  5. I may be able to fine tune what I am asking at the moment: OK I can see that is I select one of the figures in a new layer I can then use the 'move pixels tool' to move it. BUT HOW do I horizontally reverse the selected image. because if I try to reverse the image that is selected, the whole image horizontally reverses. Now I did this before (just reversing the one selected image in the picture, but have forgotten how I did it.
  6. Does the link tell me how to do that? if not, can you tell me how to place person A on layer 1 separated from the background etc
  7. Isn't it annoying when you DO work something out ad hoc but then forget how you did it?? I should have been making notes as I did it. OK this is what I want to remember: OK you have a picture of two people. They are both facing each other. I want to position one person behind the other. Now in my first attempt I wasn't too concerned with some of the surrounding around one on the people being part of the re-positioning, but of course I am aware that cutting all back ground from one figure is of course most likely the better way. But can some one simply tell me how to do this?
  8. HI, Wondering if it is possible to remove the background of an image but also not disappearing hairs on skin?
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