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Discussion in 'Digital Photography & Imaging' started by will182, Feb 9, 2005.

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  1. will182

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    ok see this image right well you see thoe oval shapes on the bar well you see were the oval parts go over the bar edge well how do you get this part that goes over tha bar edge off
     
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    you could use the erasor.

    Or select the blue bar layer - selectthe bar edge then invert selection - move to the other layers - then delete that should then only keep the ovals parts that are inside the bar

    assuming thats what you meant
     
  3. will182

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    how do i select the bar edge
     
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    whats outside the bar on that layer ????
    use the magic wand a click out side

    i assume you have this built in 3 layers on photoshop ????
     
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    i want to deleate outside the bar but it dont seem to work please could you show me ont hat net meeting thingybob agaib
     
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    i can, but not tonight I'm afraid I was supposed to be doing something else half hour ago !!!!!!!!!!

    attach the photoshop image - you will need to zip it up first
     
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    attach the photoshop version onto a post (ignore the zip)
     
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    i have its on the first post
     
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    CTRL click on the thumbnail of the layer (layer palette) that has the bar on it - this will select all the pixels in that layer (so just the bar will be selected - shift + F7 inverts the selection.
    Assuming that you put the two oval shapes on dif layers - simply click on the layer(s) with the oval shapes and delete.

    I'm assuming that these ovals ARE on dif layers?

    PS: the photoshop file the members want you to attach is the layered PSD file you are working on in Photoshop - not the Jpeg image you posted.
     
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    thats a jpg version - need the photoshop version with layers - however lister is on the case
     
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    i dont understand i have tryed what lister said and when i press deleate it takes all the shapes with it and only the bar is left anyway i will reply to this thread tomorrow i have to go now
     
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    This may clarify things for you

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    I doubt it...

    will182 needs to practice on a few of the tutorials that have been shown to him/her multiple times, and stop posting everytime a click of the mouse does not produce the desired effect... ;)

    buck
     
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