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    I need to tweak some background images (more specifically: crop it twice--once from each side--to cut out some white space in the middle) and don't have graphic programs installed on my work PC at the moment.

    I found a website that allowed me to crop as needed, so now I just need to stitch the 2 new images back together.

    The images are small (50px by 30px) and in GIF.

    So far, all the online tools I've found were either 1) geared towards overlaying image #2 over image #2 (which doesn't help me) or 2) making panoramas of photos (which you'd think would work, but they all seem to balk when I try to make panoramas of such small images).

    I know this is a trivial task with any image editing app, but I don't have admin privileges for installing software so I can't install, say, GIMP. Until the IT Dept gets around to giving me some software, I have to rely on web-based tools.

    Any suggestions? There must be a zillion sites out there, but I haven't figured out the keywords to find them yet.



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    • #3
      There's a few online thingys

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      • #4
        Cut and paste into MS Paint?
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        • #5
          There's several to do some decent level editing online, including's suite. Phoenix is their image editro, but they also have vector editing, sound editing, etc.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by Treefrog View Post
            That's Awesome.
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            • #7

              Thanks for the suggestions, folks. All of those sites except for Pixelr (which is really slick!) are blocked by our overzealous firewall.

              Hadn't thought of using MS Paint. Might work for some things, I imagine.



              • #8
                Also, You can carry a portable version of GIMP(for example) around on a flash drive. You don't have to have admin or installation privileges to use it.
                "I used to wonder what friendship could be, Until you all shared its magic with me." - Jesus Christ






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