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Date/Time Bar

The software supports various options to include the time/date stamp, and a title (or you can elect to display nothing). Here are some examples:







The interface for choosing a style is fairly self-explanatory, although the color buttons may need some clarification - they refer to the top left, top right, bottom left and bottom right corners of the background bar. They allow you to create a blended bar rather than a regular plain one (or you could have a plain one if you like, by making all the colors the same).

I have also provided a list of the syntax for the date/time stamp:

hhHours.
nnMinutes.
ssSeconds.
dDisplay day as a number.
ddDisplay day as a number with a leading zero.
dddDisplay day as a short word (e.g. "Tue").
ddddDisplay day as a long word (e.g. "Tuesday")..
mDisplay month as a number.
mmDisplay month as a number with a leading zero.
mmmDisplay month as a short word.
mmmmDisplay month as a long word.
yyDisplay year as a two digit number.
yyyyDisplay year as a four digit number.




Limiting The Output Area

From the main menu, select Output and Select Area. You will lthen be prompted to drag a rectangle around the area you only wish to publish.





Depending upon a combination of the area you have selected, and the image resizing options - you can end up with some interesting images that are ideal for publishing in unusual areas of a website!



Rotation - 90 and 180 degrees

This is different to the Transformations Rotate, since it is both limited to 90 degree rotations and also it resizes the aspect ratio of the image to suit.





Horizontal Flip, Vertical Flop

Things always look different in a mirror!.




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