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  1. Hi, This bug has been fixed. The fix will be included in the next PhotoPad release, which should come out in the next few weeks.
  2. Here's what I would try: 1) Select the area you want to rotate with the selection tools (found in the "Select" tab) 2) Copy/Paste the selected area to create an overlay image layer (Ctrl C, Ctrl V) 3) Use the rotate handle on the overlay image widget to rotate
  3. Thanks for providing this information, I found a sample photo taken from an iPhone 5S and was able to reproduce the problem. Looks like it's a bug with our software - will keep you posted when this gets fixed.
  4. Hi, PhotoPad should be able to preserve EXIF metadata, I'm not sure why latitude and longitude aren't being preserved. What file format are you opening from PhotoPad, and what file format are you saving the edited photos as?
  5. Hi, You're probably on the right track with the Curves effect. You might also try experimenting with the Auto Levels and Levels effects too, since they're a bit easier to use than curves. If you're looking to make some specific areas pop, you could try using the eraser tool. Right click on an effect name in the layer list (Color Levels, for instance) and select "Erase". Using the brush tools, you can make it so only parts of the image are affected by the effect.
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    Hi, You can find the clone tool by going to the "Retouch" tab and selecting the "Touch Up" effect.
  7. One thing you could try is the magnet selection tool in the Select tab. This tool tries to make a selection outline that lines up with edges in a photo. Once you have the person's face selected, copy with Ctrl+C and paste into the other photo with Ctrl+V. The magnet tool might not work super well on large images though, so you may also want to try the polygon, free form, or wand selection tools too. Note: to add to an existing selection, hold shift and make a selection. To remove areas from an existing selection, hold alt while making a selection.
  8. In step 3 of the batch editor wizard, you need to make sure you convert to a file format that supports transparency, such as PNG or TIFF
  9. No - PhotoPad can't read, edit, or write EXIF metadata yet, but it's high on our priority list of features to add.
  10. Images get cropped when their aspect ratio doesn't match the aspect ratio of the collage rectangle it's in. While there isn't a way to shrink an image inside of a collage rectangle, you can try using the 'Auto Grid' layout option which tries to make the collage rectangles match the aspect ratios of the provided images. This should prevent parts of your images from being lost.
  11. Saving your edited image as a PhotoPad Project (*.ppp) will store the original unmodified image along with the layer list of changes. This allows you to edit or remove layers later on. PhotoPad is the only program that can open .ppp files though. To save your edited image as a .jpeg, you'll have to do as vapors says and use the 'Save As' dialog.
  12. Unfortunately we don't have a way to continue without enough matching points, or for the user to manually align the photos. The preview is generated by downsizing the input images and stitching those together. So if it was able to generate a preview, you may be able to get the stitching to work by reducing the scale of the final image.
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