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how I do it.
This is done by the command line (the terminal in a linux
distribution). You will need to have ImageMagick on your
Linux distribution. Most of them have it, if not you can get it by downloading it from your software center, the synaptic center, or by typing: sudo apt-get install ImageMagick -y in your Linux terminal. On a debian machine or a ubuntu 12.04 operating system you can start the terminal by: CTRL ALT T and the terminal will startup.
Once you have started your terminal, you need to pick a photo to annotate. If for example, you have some photos in your home directory, you can go there by typing:
cd /home/yourname/ in my case, I type in cd /home/eugene/ because that is the name of my directory.
To see what pics you have, you can type: ls which will show you all the photos. Look for a photo that ends in jpg JPG or png. When you put in the code below, you are going to be substituting your photo with (transmormerless.png)
///The code below should be copied and pasted instead of
typing it out because it will increase your success rate///
convert transmormerless.png -background Yellow label:'this is seen as label xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx' +swap -gravity Center -append pyellow1.png
// The code above is using the convert command from imagemagick and taking the picture labeled transmormerless.png and adding a yellow highligted area on the top of the page and is going to add some text that will say: this is seen as label xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
and then the picture will be renamed pyellow1.png
I will leave you a picture of what it looks like. Good Luck.
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