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Scripting IMAGE>CALCULATIONS function

Scripting IMAGE>CALCULATIONS function

Scripting IMAGE>CALCULATIONS function

Hi Everyone,

Please could someone advise me how to go about setting up a script to use the 'calculations' command from the Image menu within Corel Photo Paint (version 8)?  I've normally recorded the command and then saved it as a script to tweak it but the record function doesn't register this particular command.  I realise that it may have some difficulties as 2 files would be involved and also the command throws up a warning prompt stating that this is not undoable.

I'm using this command to sort out some funny red tinges on some pictures which have come from a web cam.  There are about 1400 of these pics every week and so need to set up a script to automate it.  I've tried other functions but they don't seem sort out the images aswell as the calculations function does.

Hope someone can help

Thanks in advance


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