I d/l the free version and did a test picture, then saved it to the desktop. When I double-click the icon, it opens it up, just as it is supose to.
To save it, I clicked the File -> Save As -> changed the name to test.spp, and left the type of file alone, and changed location to desktop.
One thing that I will mention is that I did a test drawing. You are editing a picture. The steps should be the same though. One thing you should know: if you are altering a picture file, and you want to keep the original intact, you should save it with a different filename.
I will do a edit on a picture and see if I get the same result as you did.
Edited: OK, I got it. When you crop the picture the way that you want, place the cursor in the box, and double-click it. This will remove everything except what you want. At first, it will look odd, but go ahead and save it anyway (as a different name). When you re-open the file, only the cropped portion will appear.
Edited by JEservices, 14 February 2005 - 05:48 PM.
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