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Old 01-10-2009, 20:02
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Default power trace - can it?

Hi,
I've been using coreltrace as my main tracing program for a long long time....

I usually convert my bitmap to a grayscale, not b&w, and put a slight blur on it.
Then I send it to trace.

When I get to trace12 I convert the design to b&w and adjust the threshold.

Depending on how much blur I decided to use I can thicken or thin the lines of the design.

I also get a really smooth trace. When trace converts it to b&w the final outline is the smooth line in between the grayscale threshold.

Can you do this with power trace (achieve the smooth trace, and adjust thickness of design?

Thanks,
John
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