If you are having problems with Visual Watermark for Mac – we may ask you to send us a “Console Log” so that we can see what the problem is. Here are the steps for doing that if you are using a Mac.
Month May 2011
I’m sorry for not writing for so long, but we wanted to release ASAP and had no time for the newsletter. But… We’re ready to show you the first version of the program!
Here is a screencapture of a watermark editor in the mac-version of Visual Watermark.
The watermark is made of two text items (pictures items aren’t ready yet), one of them is selected. Visual Watermark display a transparent panel next to the selected item with its settings: font, size, style and so on. The panel is shown very closely to the selected item to minimize mouse movements and save some seconds when editing watermarks.
We still have to finish watermark anchors, picture items and watermarking dialog to supply the first version of the program. I thinks it will be May 25 or 26 if we don’t face any unexpected troubles further. Stay tuned, I will post a download link here as soon as I have it.
This tutorial is for Adobe Photoshop. If you own Photoshop Elements, click here for a tutorial for you.
Batch watermarking in Photoshop is easy! Learn how.
This article will show you how to batch watermark an entire folder of photos with a transparent watermark in Photoshop. The tutorial result will look like this:
I’m very proud to show you the very first screenshot of Visual Watermark working on my Mac. It’s just a baby, not a real program, but it already runs and shows selected pictures. Here is it (click to enlarge):
If you saw our scetches, you may notice the program looks a bit different. That’s true – we changed it according to the feedback we got from our mates developing for mac for many years. I will appreciate any comments from you as well.
Hey, stop! When will we get a real program? I expect to see the first beta (test) version in 2 or 3 weeks and a final release within 5 or 6 weeks. Not so long, actually. Probably, it will be a gift for the Independence Day:)