ImEdge Blender
ImEdge Blender
0.1.7

5.0

ImEdge Blender free download for Mac

ImEdge Blender

0.1.7
26 January 2009

Blends the edges of pictures together to make repeating patterns.

Overview

ImEdge Blender blends the edges of pictures together to make repeating patterns.

What's new in ImEdge Blender

Version 0.1.7:
  • Added support for multiple windows
  • Minor bug fixes
Version 0.1.6:
  • Improved Drag-and-drop
  • Fixed window maximization bug

Requirements for ImEdge Blender

  • Intel 32
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later

7 ImEdge Blender Reviews

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Roro01
18 December 2008

Most helpful

Saves only part of the resulting picture.
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Version 0.1.5
Mutant
05 August 2009
wow, that's what I call service.. thanks! :)
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Version 0.1.7
Mutant
05 August 2009
Download link is currently broken: http://dl.macupdate.com/final/multimedia/30021/ImEdge_Blender_0.1.7.zip
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Version 0.1.7
2 answer(s)
MacUpdate-Lon
MacUpdate-Lon
05 August 2009
We know, we're working on it... some/many/all files hosted on our server are inaccessible at the moment.
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Version 0.1.7
MacUpdate-Lon
MacUpdate-Lon
05 August 2009
Fixed, sorry for the inconvenience.
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Version 0.1.7
Sjsw
25 January 2009
Thanks very much for this tool...it's excellent for creating custom webpage backgrounds. Simple, Intuitive and Useful. Don't understand why someone would recommend a batch "resizer" as an alternative, ImEdge Blender and a photo resizer are in no way, shape or form the same kind of program.
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Version 0.1.6
Nighthawk090
25 January 2009
Useful program, saves time for a web background...thank you for taking the time to offer a free program.
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Version 0.1.6
Mac-Mail
25 January 2009
Not very useful if it's only for desktop picture.
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Version 0.1.6
Hrv
25 January 2009
A few more settings would be nice, for example vertical or horizontal offset for the repeated pattern, but this simple utility is already quite useful.
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Version 0.1.6
Roro01
18 December 2008
Saves only part of the resulting picture.
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Version 0.1.5
1 answer(s)
Cosmosaic
Cosmosaic
18 December 2008
Thanks for the comment. I should have made it more clear that the resulting picture is intended for use as a desktop wallpaper or as a web page background. When viewed in isolation, it looks like it's cut off partially, but when you tile it the edges fit together.
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Version 0.1.5
Free

5.0

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