What is JPhotoBrush Pro ver 1.3?
JPhotoBrush Pro is a Multi-Platform Image Editing/Enhancement/Retouch Application providing various filters, effects and transformation with user friendly interface. Offering a wide range of adjustment for most effects, you will find many features found only on expensive commercial editors. It has been successfully tested in many operating systems. It is friendly enough for the casual user who wants to enhance his/her photographs, yet powerful enough for some professional graphics. The new version comes with a GIF Animation Tool, enhanced Image Browser and an Image Batch Processing tool.
Download jphotobrushpro.zip. Create a folder (directory) "JPhotoBrush". Open with a file manager, such as FC/2, the zip file and copy the contents to the new folder "JPhotoBrush". Create a new program object or copy it from the file below. Specify the path and file name: "[drive: JPhotoBrush]\JPhotoBrush\JPhotoBrush.cmd". In the tabpage Session check the boxes "OS/2 window", "Running as an icon" and "Close Window to end program". In the tabpage General you can enter the name "JPhotoBrush". Very special, there is even OS/2 thought, only it is obsolete.
The used cmd file
JPhotoBrush works well with Open JDK in OS/2-eCS. I have created an JPhotoBrush.cmd file with the following contents;
@echo off set BEGINLIBPATH=[drive: java]\JAVA160\bin set path=[drive: java]\JAVA160\bin [drive: JPhotoBrush] cd [drive: JPhotoBrush]\JPhotoBrush java -Xmx512m -Duser.home=[drive: JPhotoBrush]\JPhotoBrush -jar JPhotoBrush.jar 2>JPhotoBrush_bugs.txtI use 2 separate folders (directories), one for Java and one for JPhotoBrush with the files created by this program. The references used in the cmd file;
should be replaced by real drive letters. Save the file and rename it to JPhotoBrush.cmd or use/adjust the JPhotoBrush.cmd from the distribution. This file is copied to the JPhotoBrush directory. Furthermore, different paths?, adjust according to your needs.
The statement "-Duser.home=[drive: JPhotoBrush]\JPhotoBrush" will ensure that JPhotoBrush will save all necessary files in own directory instead of saving them in the home directory.
The addition "2>JPhotoBrush_bugs.txt" ensures that errors are saved in the file "JPhotoBrush_bugs.txt". The 2 in "2>" is not a typo!
In the file you can find the above command file (all drive letters are on set to C:), a text file with registration key and an OS/2 JPhotoBrush icon: JPhotoBrush-eCS.zip.
revision December 29, 2012