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Tutorial - Create a static cursor from a Web image - Axialis Software Create a static cursor from a Web image This article provides information on the following topics: Required Resources Tryout or Professional Edition We recommend to learn more aboutcursors before following this tutorial The Web is a great place to find images. In this tutorial we'll see different methods to retreive a web image and load it in CursorWorkshop. Once the image is loaded, you can easily create a static cursor from it (see Create a static cursor from an image) Downloading the image in CursorWorkshop using its URL 3. Back in CursorWorkshop: In the Recently Used zone (in the main toolbar), paste the image URL, hit Enter. or Choose File/Download or press Ctrl+D. Paste the image URL and click OK. 4. The image is downloaded (a progress window is displayed for a few seconds): 5. The image is opened in a document window. 7. Now you can create your cursor from this image. Follow this tutorial from Step 3: Create a static cursor from an image or Open an Internet Browser window in CursorWorkshop: File/New/Internet Browser or press Ctrl+B. Navigate on Internet until the page is displayed. 3. The image is opened in a document window. 5. Now you can create your cursor from this image. Follow this tutorial from Step 3: Create a static cursor from an image Opening a web image using the Clipboard 4. The image is opened in a new document window. When you use the clipboard to retreive an image the transparency is lost. As a result, the image is opaque. 5. Using the following tutorial, you can easily transform the white background to transparency: Add Transparency to an Opaque Image. 6. Now you can create your cursor from this image. Follow this tutorial from Step 3: Create a static cursor from an image Top of Page Related Topics make cursors Send us feedback about the site. Microsoft, Windows, Windows XP, Windows Vista are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation Adobe, Flash, Photoshop, Illustrator are registered trademarks of Adobe System Incorporated Apple, AppStore, Ipod, iPhone, iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc

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