Polaroider 1.0.3.1

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Easily Create a picture as a Polaroid and be able after, to create Custom Photos Polaroid Collage.

 

Photo can be positioned by drag and zoomed/unzoomed with mouse wheel ( sorry for Touchpad user :P )

Polaroid can be inclined 10 or 20 degrees, on left or right, and with simple or multiple frames.

Inclination will only be visible on the saved shoot.

It is also saved with a transparent background for be able to create "Pêle-Mêles" (in french) with a photo editor.

I have set the desktop as save directory.

 





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