Paint Shop Pro Easter Egg - Picture of the Developers (v7.0)

1. Open Paint Shop Pro.
2. Click File>>New.
3. Specify a Width of 1022 and a Height of 817 and click OK.
4. Now choose Image>>Picture Frame.
5. Inside Picture Frame choose Antique Marble and choose Next.
6. Choose Frame Inside of Image and click Finish
7. Now choose the Eraser tool.
8. Go to the Tool Options and increase the brush size (this is to make it faster).
9. Right click and drag over image (scribble) to see the development team.

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Contributed By: Whut on 03-03-2001
Reviewed By: Webmaster
Special Requirements: Purchased Version of Paint Shop Pro 7
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Comments

dso47 writes:
You don't actually need the CD version for this to work. If you have the ESD or Evaluation versions, you can freely download these and more frames from Jasc's web-site, and add them to your installation.
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My copy of PSP7 doesn't have any of the frames mentioned here for some reason...
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Instead of using the Antique Marble frame, use the Etched Chrome frame instead. Not a photo of the development team, but a rather interesting background pattern. Looks like expensive wallpaper. Anyone know how to make these things?
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LightningLad writes:
Try with the Aqua Beveled frame and you will get the Spirit Teams' head shots.
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Timothy writes:
Actually, doing this yourself is trivial. When you delete a selection (either by pressing the DEL key on your keyboard or selecting Clear from the Edit menu) all you're really doing is setting the opacity of the selection to 0% - so the image data contained in the selection is really still there, it's just not visible. Right-clicking with the Eraser tool restores the opacity so the 'deleted' part of the image becomes visible again.
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Doesn't seem to work in PSP 7.04
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a psp user writes:
this also works on the frame "ice blue" - it fills in with a square and some design
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Tree writes:
Use the gold beveled picture frame to get a picture of a blonde girl with car trouble and guy checking the oil in the car.
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