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The Dimension feature
The _Dimension_ feature is one of the most powerful and useful tools in Photoshop CS6. Dimensions allow you to get precise control of the size of an image or a page. In fact, using this feature you can make a printable, poster-sized print of any image.
Now you don’t need to make a print-ready image first. You can resize and reposition and enhance a photo (even one without any special effects) in just one quick step.
Figure 6-15 shows a great example of the powerful and versatile Power Dissolve effect using this feature. Notice how the image has been _altered_ rather than just _modified_ with this layer-based editing feature.
FIGURE 6-15: You can use Photoshop’s Dimension feature to modify images or prepare images for print.
In this example, we want to change the dimensions of the photo in Figure 6-15. We enter the Image Size dialog box, shown in Figure 6-16, by going to Image Image Size (or press Ctrl+A and choose Image Size from the bottom menu).
FIGURE 6-16: By first entering the image in the Image Size dialog box, you can quickly resize an image without resampling.
If you start with a photo that is over 3,000 pixels wide and 3,000 pixels tall, it displays in the center of the dialog box as shown in Figure 6-17.
FIGURE 6-17: You can expand or contract an image by dragging the corner handles.
You can use the controls to crop the image with edges as defined by the handles in the figure to create a thinner image. Also, you can change the degree of transparency (dissolve) by dragging the handles on the image. Just click to activate the handles as you drag. By default, the image fills the available space.
To open another image, click the Open button at the bottom of the dialog box. If you want to edit an existing image, click the Edit button, the shortcut key D is bound to the Edit Image command.
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If you aren’t familiar with Photoshop Elements, our detailed Photoshop Elements tutorial covers all the basics, and we also review other features like PhotoPaint. If you need a more detailed review of Photoshop Elements, you can read our review of Photoshop Elements 16.
In this Photoshop Elements tutorial, we’ll be reviewing the most important features of Photoshop Elements 18.
The Slice and Dice tool
This powerful tool is one of the new core features in Photoshop Elements 18. The tool is useful for slice and dice images. Simply place the Slice and Dice tool on the image, then click on the slice you want to get rid of, and a virtual scissors will pop out and cut the part of the image you want.
When you click again, a stack of other images will come out. You have total control over how many slabs of the original image you want to keep, and the new image will have the portions you sliced away.
It’s important to note that the Slice and Dice tool doesn’t operate on just any layer. It works only on one image at a time, so before you start using it, make sure you have selected a layer on the image you’re editing.
The new Magic Selection brush
You can also use the Magic Selection brush to quickly select an area of the image and hide it. Simply brush an area with the Magic Selection brush, and it will disappear from the image. If you select the Move tool and set the Move selection by area option, the Magic Selection will move along with the cursor.
Once you select the area you want to hide, simply brush over it and it will be hidden. To show it again, brush over the invisible area and the selection will reappear.
There’s one notable difference between the Magic Selection brush and other selection tools you may be familiar with. Using the Magic Selection brush doesn’t leave a visible selection behind. That’s because there’s no need for it. With the Magic Selection brush, you’re using the selection technique of removing a part of the image to hide it.
Hover to get brush tips
When you’re using the Magic Selection brush, the brush icons turn into brush tips. The three brush tips at the top of the screen inform you of the type of brush you’re using and the brush size.
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Periodontitis is a complex disease characterized by inflammatory infiltration of the periodontium, and this inflammatory process is modulated by cytokines. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the level of T-helper (Th)1 cytokine (IL-4) and Th2 cytokine (IL-10) in gingival crevicular fluid (GCF) and serum of patients with chronic periodontitis undergoing non-surgical and surgical treatment. Twenty-seven patients, with a minimum of 20 teeth with periodontitis were selected for the study. The selected patients were subjected to non-surgical scaling and root planing (SRP). GCF samples were collected from the selected pockets before and after SRP at baseline, 4th, 12th, 24th and 36th weeks. A minimum of 6 weeks after SRP, 24 patients underwent surgical treatment. Two weeks after surgery, GCF samples were collected from the sited teeth again. Serum was collected at baseline and 24 weeks. The samples were subjected to ELISA method to measure the levels of IL-4 and IL-10. The ratio of IL-4/IL-10 at baseline was significantly increased in patients with periodontitis when compared to that of healthy controls (p=0.0000). A reverse trend in IL-4/IL-10 ratio was observed from baseline to 24th week, with the ratio being similar in periodontitis and healthy control groups (p=0.0000, 0.0000 and 0.7311 respectively). After SRP, the ratio of IL-4/IL-10 increased and a further decrease was observed at 12th week in SRP group compared to baseline, and still similar in both groups (p=0.0000, 0.0000, 0.0001 and 0.0001 respectively). After surgery, the ratio of IL-4/IL-10 was similar in both groups. The ratio of IL-4/IL-10 was higher in serum as compared to GCF at baseline and 24th week (p=0.0000, 0.0000 and 0.0000 respectively). However, its ratio was similar in periodontitis and healthy control groups at baseline (p=0.2175) and 24th week (p=0.9063). The ratio of IL-4/IL-
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Pseudotenodactly or Ptolemaic geometer (Greek:, “pseudos” meaning false; and ἀνδέκτης, “true thing”) is a term applied to Greek geometers in the Middle Ages who were identified as followers of Plato, not of Aristotle, and are among those who used the Platonic Geometry.
The Greek word “Ptolemaic” originally referred to the Ptolemy I Soter, Ptolemy II Philadelphus, and Ptolemy III Euergetes of the Hellenistic Ptolemaic dynasty. It is now used to refer to all works attributed to Ptolemy, that is, all works that attribute the authority of Aristotle’s “Organon” to Ptolemy.
All the ancient Greek geometers are often referred to as “Ptolemaic” and it was considered a virtue for a medieval mathematician to follow them. Since this identification was done without any intellectual justification, the term is now generally considered as a derogatory designation.
The many medieval geometers who used the Platonic Geometry are sometimes termed “Ptolemaic” although the term was not actually used in that way by medieval authors. The term was also applied to the theory of Euclid’s Elements, which a large number of medieval geometers—notably Jean Buridan—accepted but others rejected as impeding mathematical progress.
Pseudotenodactly was first applied to European geometers by the French mathematician Guillaume de Moerbeke in his 1363 book De arithmetica liber.
David T. Williams, The Emergence of Theoretical Science from Greek Philosophy to the Seventeenth Century, Dordrecht, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2003.
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