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There are (at least) two programs that provide a graphical user interface to enblend:
 
There are (at least) two programs that provide a graphical user interface to enblend:
 
* the actual '''[http://www.teapot.orcon.net.nz/enblend/enblend.html Enblend Front End]''' which supports [[enblend]] only.
 
* the actual '''[http://www.teapot.orcon.net.nz/enblend/enblend.html Enblend Front End]''' which supports [[enblend]] only.
* '''[http://digitalretrograde.com/Projects/EnblendGUI/ EblendGUI]''' which supports both [[enblend]] and [[smartblend]].
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* '''[http://digitalretrograde.com/Projects/EnblendGUI/ EblendGUI]''' which supports both [[enblend]] and [[SmartBlend]].
  
 
Both front ends simplify the use of [[Enblend]] (or [[SmartBlend]]) so the user does not need to run it from a command line.  It's extremely useful after using [[User:Erik Krause|Erik Krause's]] [http://www.erik-krause.de/ttt/ Export Layers With Alpha] javascript for [[Photoshop]] .
 
Both front ends simplify the use of [[Enblend]] (or [[SmartBlend]]) so the user does not need to run it from a command line.  It's extremely useful after using [[User:Erik Krause|Erik Krause's]] [http://www.erik-krause.de/ttt/ Export Layers With Alpha] javascript for [[Photoshop]] .

Revision as of 18:10, 8 August 2006

There are (at least) two programs that provide a graphical user interface to enblend:

Both front ends simplify the use of Enblend (or SmartBlend) so the user does not need to run it from a command line. It's extremely useful after using Erik Krause's Export Layers With Alpha javascript for Photoshop .

You can download from the Enblend Front End page