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Opens a new picture window containing just the selected area, without affecting the original picture. clone [NAME name] NAME/s The picture name. Default=current. Examples: ARexx: clone clone name 'Macintosh HD:Graphics:Tiger' clone name 'Graphics:Tiger.ILBM'
BME C Command Reference
Index of Commands
Screen Preferences (Amiga only)
* ''Type'': Choose the type of screen on which to open BME. Choose Workbench to run BME on the Workbench screen. Choose ''New Public'' to create a new, custom, public screen. Choose ''Existing Public'' to run BME on an existing public screen, and enter the name of the screen into the associated...
The Files Panel
* ''Pictures'': Enter the default folder for opening and saving picture files. * ''Scripts'': Enter the default folder for scripts. * ''Scratch'': Enter the default directory for virtual memory scratch files.
BME's settings are controlled by the ''Preferences'' dialog box in the ''File'' menu.
BME has a scripting system similar to that of PageStream. You can use BME's scripting commands to automate tasks. BME has the same scripting commands as PageStream, which function identically to their PageStream equivalents: * ''Play External Script'': Execute an external Python, ARexx (Amiga) or AppleScript (Macintosh) script. *...
* Leave some blank space around the area to trace. If the pixels to trace touch the outer edge of the area, the outline of the area will be traced. * It is possible to create drawings that are too complex to print. The higher the printer resolution, the less complex a drawing must be to print, due to limitations in the PostScript printer description...
To Autotrace a Picture
1. Select what to trace. Select an area to autotrace, or deselect a selected area if you want to trace the entire picture. 2. Choose the ''Trace'' command from the ''Effects'' menu. The ''Trace'' dialog box will open. 3. Set the sample rate. The ''Sample Rate'' setting...
Autotracing a Picture
Tracing a bitmap picture converts it to a structured drawing. The ''Autotrace'' feature scans the picture, looking for lines and curves, and creates a drawing similar to the original picture. Drawings can be edited and scaled without creating jaggies in PageStream, and often require less disk space. While you can autotrace any type of...
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