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Seeing the Picture

Photos are a highly valued possession. People often have a number of photos in various stages of development, such as duplicates in multiple sizes, frame prints, and books, in order to retain the memory of events and people.

Many people simply don’t like to think about the fact that prints and books will end up in dust collectors some day, and the older the photos, the more they will collect dust. The opportunity to preserve these images and the memories they represent is, therefore, very important to most people.

Preserving photographs is often easier than it seems. For one thing, just as old photos fade over time, old photos are often of good quality. They are full of vivid colors and sharp detail. The challenge is simply to do a quick tidying up of minor things—a smudge here, a mark there—before the original dust and dirt collects on the surface of the photographs.

I find it helpful to first examine the image in its current form. What looks fine and sharp to me may need to be tweaked or shaded a little. This is where a digital camera can be very helpful. You can see the image on the camera screen, and you can see how adjustments affect the image. The camera will also help you identify areas that can be repainted or sharpened.

For example, if you are planning to print your photos on canvas, you might look at the camera screen and see some areas that look darker than others. This is easily remedied by bringing up the Image Adjustment dialog box (choose Image Adjustments, as shown in Figure 10-13) and bringing up the Graduated Filter (Filter Graduated Filter). Drag the slider to the left or right to adjust the curve, to the bottom or top to adjust the exposure, and to

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In this Photoshop Elements tutorial, we are going to show you how to create animated gif and image animation for the web and mobile apps.

In this tutorial, we will cover:

Prerequisites

Step 1 – Finding the Pictures and Blending the Moving Parts

Open the image you want to animate and press ctrl+0. A selection will be created. The selection will include the entire image in the canvas.

Now if you right-click the selection rectangle, a menu will pop up where you can select Add to selection.

If you use the Shift key, it will select the areas within the selection.

Right click the selection and go to Create from Selection.

Step 2 – Adding a New Layer to Layers

To add a new layer, you can do so by pressing ctrl+f.

The Layers palette will be the new layer.

Step 3 – Choosing the Layer we want to work on

Find the layer containing the image you are going to animate.

Double click the layer to make it active.

Now select the rectangle as described in step 1.

Step 4 – Filling the Rectangle with Gradient

You can set the foreground color, background color and the number of gradient steps.

Create a gradient that matches the picture.

Step 5 – Drawing the Circle

Draw the circle.

Now it’s time to add the animation.

Go to the Timeline tool.

To animate a layer, click the arrow icon on the animation area of the Tools palette.

Now click and drag the Time ruler and move the layer along the timeline.

Step 7 – Removing the Rectangle for the Moving Parts

To remove the rectangle, press ctrl+shift+d.

The rectangle will be removed and a hole will appear on the image.
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Q:

How to get json stringify result using Mule ESB

I’m using Mule ESB to fetch data from a REST API call. Here is the simple process:

Save some entity (JSON object) to database
Save the entity to JSON string
Pass the JSON string to the REST API

I’m using Mule ESB to return the JSON string, which works, but I’m trying to figure out how to set the output of Mule to be the JSON string. I tried:

but that gives me an error. My guess is that the toString() method doesn’t return a string, but a JsonObject.
How can I get the JSON stringify result of my object, so I can return the string to the API?

A:

setPropertyPropertyName is used for String,So you need to use component.setPropertyValue
SetProperty(name, value);

SetProperty(name, value, type);

Thomas Lyon (publisher)

Thomas Lyon (1712–1780) was a Scottish publisher. He was born in Kincardineshire, and was the second son of a gardener in a Kincardine family. His education was obtained at a seminary at St Andrews, and he later became a saddler. In 1737 he set up a bookshop in Glasgow, and his business continued there for the rest of his life.

In 1740 he was appointed a clerk of the Parliament of Scotland, serving as such for the following years. It was during the period that he held this office that he struck up a friendship with the poet Robert Burns. The latter’s first work of note, the poem The Cotter’s Saturday Night, was published by Lyon, in the form of a broadside.

In 1763 Lyon moved from Glasgow to Kincardine, where he acquired and enlarged the existing house that is now the old Lyon’s Inn. At this time he also published the works of his friend James Hogg. Hogg’s poetry was closely associated with the anti-Jacobite Gordon Riots in the years following the St Andrews debate. Thomas Lyon initially opposed this anti-Protestant opinion, but eventually held an unpopular

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Nucleosides as pro-drugs for selective delivery of bio-active molecules.
A major challenge of developing new drugs is safety/toxicity issues. Encapsulation of drug molecules has attracted a lot of attention because it reduces the toxicity of the administered drugs, increases their stability, and improves their pharmokinetics and pharmacodynamics. Nucleosides are metabolic intermediates of the pyrimidine and purine nucleotide biosynthetic pathways. They have a wide range of biological functions and have been used as therapeutic agents for many diseases, such as leukemia, virus-induced tumors, and antiviral infections. These drugs, however, have their own drawbacks such as low bioavailability, metabolic instability, and unwanted physiological effects. Moreover, they cannot be used orally owing to low absorption. To circumvent these issues, nucleosides can be used as prodrugs in the form of novel metabolites or derivates with improved pharmacokinetics and metabolic stability. This review describes the mechanisms underlying nucleoside metabolism and pharmacokinetic characteristics of pro-nucleoside drugs and explains the mechanisms of nucleoside-based prodrug delivery. The development of nucleoside-based pro-drugs is reviewed as an approach to increase nucleoside bioavailability, and reduce the side effects.Q:

Find the sum of $1,10,17,\cdots,1000$ in periodical manner

My Approach:

Assume $a_i$ is the $i^{th}$ term.
$a_0=0$
$a_1=1$
$a_2=a_0+2$
$a_3=a_1+3$
$\cdots\cdots$
$a_{n+1}=a_n+n$
$\cdots\cdots$

$\implies a_{1000}=0$
$\implies 1000\times 1+1000\times 2+1000\times 3+\cdots+1000\times 999=0$
$\implies\sum_{i=1}^{999}(1000-i)=0$
But my problem is, I could not derive any solution for the series.
Can anyone help me in achieving the correct answer?

A:

Hint.
\begin{align*}
&\sum_{i=1}^{999}i=\frac{999