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How To: Get Rounded Screen Corners on Your Samsung Galaxy S3 or Other Android Device

Tired of your Samsung Galaxy S3 being a square? Make it more well-rounded by ditching those 90-degree corners on your screen for new adjustable round corners instead. It may be a minor tweak to your device, but the psychological effects of a more circular screen may help you feel more connected, safe, and, well…perfect. If you're the type that prefers the logic, order, and security of a sharp-cornered screen, then stick with your standard Android interface. Otherwise, keeping reading.

How To: Get One UI's Rounded Corners on Non-Samsung Devices

The two primary design paradigms in Samsung's One UI Android skin are vertical padding and rounded UI elements. The extra empty space at the top of most menus moves touchable elements closer to your thumb, and the rounded UI elements match the curved corners of modern smartphone screens. While you can't add the vertical padding on other Android phones, you can now get the rounded corners.

How To: Make rounded photo corners in Photoshop Elements

This is a simple Photoshop Elements tutorial on how to make rounded photo corners for quick and tidy effect. See how to make photos with one, two, or opposing rounded corners. This could be turned into an overlay, too! This is a great, detailed Photoshop tutorial on rounding your picture corners. Easy to learn.

How To: Add rounded corners to photos in Photoshop

Photoshopuniverse shows you how to quickly add rounded corners to photos using Photoshop. He talks about vector masks which he is going to use to give the photo in the video a rounded corner. He uses layers inside of Photoshop to complete this task and also use the Crop tool. He also adds a border around the image then makes it green. IF you watch this video, you will learn how to add rounded corners to photos and how to add boarders and color them.

How To: Create rounded corners in Adobe Photoshop Elements (PSE)

Learn how to create Web 2.0-style rounded corners in Adobe Photoshop PSE or Photoshop CS4. This clip will teach you what you need to know. Whether you're new to Adobe's popular raster graphics editing software or a seasoned professional just looking to better acquaint yourself with the program and its various features and filters, you're sure to be well served by this video tutorial. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, watch this free video guide.

How To: Make oversized/giant photo corners

This video shows Joanne McKenzie working at her table talking about making her oversized/giant photo corners for her paper cutting projects. Using an assortment of different sized and colored punches, she explains how to use the punches, saying the smaller one is the better one to start with. She talks about using the next size up and then centering the paper to be cut from corner to corner and layering the different cut out corners for decoration. Very clear and professional.

How To: Create rounded corners for boxes on a CSS website

Here are five different techniques you can use to create rounded corners for boxes on a website. There are always different ways to do things with CSS and rounded corners is a great example of that. Each of these five techniques has advantages and disadvantages. Knowing all of them so you can choose the perfect one in each situation is the kind of thing that makes you the best CSS ninja you can be! So if you want to make cool Internet websites and be the best designer around, why not start he...

How To: Created rounded corners in GIMP

Video demonstrates how to make rounded corners in GIMP. First step is to open an image. The image needs to have transparency for this to work. An alpha channel is to be added to the image. This can be done by going to the layer option in that select transparency and add alpha channel. By doing this if the picture grays out it means the image already has transparency and there is no need to add an alpha channel. Now Select option is selected and in that rounded rectangle is selected. The radiu...

How To: Create rounded corners in CSS

This is a video related to Computers and Programming. This is the video regarding CSS Rounded Corners: Dreamweaver Tutorial. They have discussed some images regarding CSS rounded corners. CSS is not just chatting about and doing stuff. There's a CSS book regarding all this computers and programming. Due to this, it is very much easy to implement. We do not need to face any problem. It's a great book. In this video, they have given the full video about how we can create rounded corners in CSS....

How To: Quickly cope inside baseboard corners

When installing baseboards, the inside corners are the trickiest part. In this tutorial, follow along with Bob Schmidt as he shows you how to cope with inside corners. This video will show you a shortcut that you can use next time you are installing baseboards or skirtboards or any other trim with flat area on it.

How To: Go through corners on a bicycle

This how-to video demonstrates the safe way to go through corners or make turns on a bicycle. Start braking before making the turn, so as not to lose control of the bicycle, and speed up when going through. Watch this video cycling tutorial and learn how to ride through corners safely on a bike.

How To: Use the rounded corners control in ASP.NET

In this video tutorial, you'll be shown how you can easily add a little elegance to your ASP.NET user interface by using the rounded corners controls, which ships as part of the Microsoft Ajax control toolkit. For more information, as well as to get started using the rounded corners control with your own ASP.NET applications, take a look.

How To: Install crown molding outside bullnose corners

In this video, we learn how to install crown molding outside bullnose corners. An outside corner is normally seen as a radius corner. You will need three pieces of molding and move the blade to 22.5 degrees. Put the first piece in flat and then cut it straight down. Then, grab the other piece and turn it upside down and cut it straight down. From here, you will have a right and left piece at 22 degrees. Last, grab your center piece and cut it from the top. Then, flip the molding side down and...

How To: Make quick rounded corners in Xara Xtreme

By utilizing the click and drag features of Xara Xtreme, users can take shapes and duplicate them for quick work (ctrl K). Further by identifying them by colors and other subsets, users can add or delete with just a button push, or (use the add shapes, subtract shapes options.) All this is done in the event for the sake of convenience; eliminating the tediousness of creating shapes one by one, and using them as plot points on a map to create projects within record times.

How To: Quilt mitered corners

Here's a new way to look at making perfect mitered corners the first time, every time. This instructional quilting video demonstrates how to sew consistent mitered corners on your quilts in a few steps. Use a "Minute Miter" tool to hold the fabric in place. Learn why this seamstress says, "no snouts allowed."

How To: Paint ceiling corners

This video shows how to finish the corners of the ceiling. This is helpful when you're painting your walls and ceilings different colors. Using painters tape only gets you so far, so watch and see just how to get those corners crisp!

How To: Conquer inset corners

Seamlines that incorporate sharp inside corners are cropping up in more and more patterns these days, including most designs with gussets, all shawl collars and some full-roll collars. Shirley Smith demonstrates her technique for creating a crisp, 90-degree corner, but it works for any angle. The only out-of-the-ordinary supply you'll need is a scrap of Swiss cotton organdy. So click the Real Player or Quicktime link and get started on learning how to conquer inset corners! Conquer inset corn...

How To: Create rounded-corner rectangles in Xara Xtreme

One must have often wondered how to create rectangles with smooth rounded corners. Open Xara Xtreme and create a rectangle on the stage. To change it to rounded corners, click on 'curved corners'. Then one can edit how much curve is required on the rectangle. If we scale the rectangle, then it will lose the curve path. So it should be converted to 'editable shapes'. This will maintain the curves, even if scaled from one angle. This will be helpful to create those party fliers.

How To: Cut the perfect inside corner with a miter saw

This video, from Superior Building Supplies, demonstrates the proper technique for cutting the inside corners of crown molding. The presenter suggests downloading several diagrams from the Superior Building Supplies website. These diagrams show the correct position of the miter for several different cuts. When using a miter saw think of the fence as the ceiling and the table as the wall. Cuts for inside corners will always be made using 45 degree angles on your miter saw. Using these techniqu...

How To: Tape corner to drywall and top coat

In order to mud and tape the corners with new drywall you, you will need spackle, a sturdy ladder, and a putty knife. Scoop out a dollop of spackle (i.e. mud) with your putty knife. Place your putty knife where the ceiling and the wall meat. Spread the putty evenly, as you extend your arm left to right or right to left. Make sure that you apply putty all the way up to the corner.

How To: Hit shots from the corner in raquetball

In this Sports video you will learn how to hit shots from the corner in racquetball. When your opponent hits a shot into one of the corners, the common mistake that a lot of players do is to run into the corner in order to dog out the ball. If you do this, the ball can jam you to ‘short arm’ the shot. Don’t crowd yourself into the corner eliminating your full extension. The video demonstrates how by staying a few feet from the corner, the player was able to extend his arm fully to take a full...

How To: Install an inside corner paper ceiling patch

Video Joe Knows demonstrates how to install an inside corner ceiling patch when installing drywall. First, give the paper tape a definitive crease. Then, wipe quick set on the ceiling and the wall. Make sure you get enough material behind the paper tape. Have more quick set on than you need because you can wipe off the excess. Build it up on the edges using a three or four inch knife. Next, apply the tape by pushing it into the corners of the desired area. Finally, wipe off the excess quick s...

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