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  • #81256
    Suzy
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    Hmmm, I am looking for the name of the script that will take something with many parts which are alreay on one layer in a .png, and put them each on different layers in the same layered file document.  I want to separate all these flowers without having to do it manually.  I am working in the Seamless Pattern script and don’t want to have to extract all these individually.

    I *could* use the alpha one, er, I think, but then I have to open a million files.

     

     

    #81265
    Cassel
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    I think you are looking for Element stacker.

    #81270
    Suzy
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    Thanks, Carole! I have several of these, but not this one!

    #81277
    Suzy
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    Yup, exactly what I needed, thanks again!

     

    #81782
    Suzy
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    New Question, LOL! If I can take a length of ribbon and make a circular element with the Circular Element Script, do you have a script for the reverse? I have something round (and maybe distorted ) that I want to make straight. Also, is there an easy way to knock out the white so I am left with just a Black on transparent image?

    #81785
    Cassel
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    To remove the white, I would likely use the Select Color Range. Also, remember that if you have any white left, placing it on top of another element, you can use a Blend mode to make it disappear.

    To straighten the circle, you can use the Polar Coordinates, but you will also have to stretch the resulting image x 3 lengthwise ONLY. Unfortunately, that might cause a significant loss of quality, but it would do the trick.

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