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Does anyone have a basket tube?

Posted by arosegirl (My Page) on
Wed, Aug 9, 06 at 8:17

I would love to have a basket tube. Anyone have one they would share with me? Charlene


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RE: Does anyone have a basket tube?

I would be glad to share, but I don't have one - sorry.
Elaine


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RE: Does anyone have a basket tube?

I have one with a cat in it and also a few with sewing things around them and a plain one. Email me here if you are interested.
Judy


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RE: Does anyone have a basket tube?

I just put "PSP tube basket" in google and it came up with different sites to go to and some baskets. You might find what you are looking for on google.

Elaine


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RE: Does anyone have a basket tube?

Thanks ya'll, Judy sent me the perfect basket. I did a google and found some then my PSPX won't work properly so
I cannot use them. Charlene


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RE: Does anyone have a basket tube?

Charlene, give this a try....

Open your PspX & the image that you are working on....then open the basket that Judy sent you, but open it as a new image & not as a tube...

Copy & paste the basket as a New Layer into your image....use your Move tool to sort of position it & then click on your Deform tool....that will make a bounding box form around your basket so you can pull out to make it larger or push in to make it smaller....do both the width & height to keep everything in proportion & use your Move tool again as needed....

Hope that works,
FlutteringBy


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RE: Does anyone have a basket tube?

Thank you so much FlutteringBy I am a newbie and I really appreciate these excellent tips. Thanks for sharing your knowledge with me. Charlene


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RE: Does anyone have a basket tube?

You're very welcome Charlene....Psp, like most computer programs, has more than one way to achieve the same results.... : ))

Psp forums are invaluable these little info tidbits....

Hope everything worked out for you,

FlutteringBy


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