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  • Don Maclean

    I would think the easiest is to take it into Layers, resize the canvas and use a color fill layer like this:

     

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  • Rick Sammartino Community moderator

    I just tried an experiment with the default Simple white square border. I opened 2 instances and in the upper one I used Fit Image to reduce the size which also reduced the size of the border below it. So you have 2 borders one within the other. In this screenshot I've reduced the inner border enough so that you can see that there are 2 of them.

    This also reveals a bug in the program. You can see a shadow behind the dead tree. That's not supposed to be a shadow, it's supposed to be a mask centered on the tree, it's been shifted when it shouldn't have been. You'll need to watch out for that or maybe do the borders first before any masking.

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  • John Ronson

    Thanks for that Rick.

     

    I discovered that if I applied the border in Effects and then creating a new stamped layer, after which I applied the Border Effect again I was able to double up on the border size.

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  • Rick Sammartino Community moderator

    There you go, two solutions.

    I reported the shifted mask problem to On1.

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  • John Ronson

    Perfect

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  • John Ronson

    Yes much better....I tried doing this along these lines previously, but couldn't get it to work. Seems I missed a step along the way. Thank you so much.

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  • Peter Pfeiffer

    An additional advantage is the white color can be fine tuned

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  • John Ronson

    Thanks Peter.

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  • Rick Sammartino Community moderator

    Just a follow up.

    On1 says they know about the bug I mentioned above and that it should be fixed in PR2019.

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