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    Hi @nitenurse79 Should appear under the submenu Testing\Reptorian.
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    @nitenurse79! You really are a very beautiful woman. Hopefully your problems will resolve too. I wish you all the best with all my heart.
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    Thank you @Maximilian and @Seerose I'm glad you like her. Thank you @Pixey Yes, that plugin is very interesting...worth trying out. Oh, for sure! But I was a young girl and found Kimba 'adorable'. Thank you for the compliment!
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    Hmmm... yup, must be broken.
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    Luv the flowers and Mandalas' Seerose. Beautiful tones and finish. I didn't know there was a mandala plugin so tuvm.
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    Kewel Kimba and Ariel (I think that's her name) is awesome also, looks just like the real thing. I found Kimbas' level of niceness a bit oppressive back in the day but I'm funny that way. Luv your clean lines and finish Lynxster4, giving away our age with Kimba. 🙂
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    You evidently haven't been to Virginia. Whenever the weather report says snow is in the offing, there's a mad stampede to the grocery stores and the shelves get cleaned out as if the Apocalypse was coming. Then...you have those yahoos who think sport car or those driving fancy Hummer (H2 or H3) thinking they can go no problem in snow and only get stuck because...they are dumb. It gets worse with tractor-trailers. I am glad Pennsylvania banned tractor-trailers in their state when a monster snowstorm heads to the New England region. In North Carolina, there was a snow that dropped several inches of snow, and you would think those city folks would know how to drive in snow. L-O-L. One yahoo decided to redline his engine and it combusted into flames, destroying his Camaro. The Internet had a field day with making meme out of the photograph. Here's one example and it get me cracking every time.
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    Aqua-cycle anyone? Interesting plugin and I have only just used stylise so far, thanks to the dev.
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    A real cute image @lynxster4 and the outlines are perfect. I must take a look at that Plugin you mentioned
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    Very welcome! That's what friends are for
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    Dear @lynxster4! 👍 Such a great selection, really great. Thank you for sharing this with us!
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    Welcome back, @nitenurse79. Hope your life gets better soon 💖 Her eldest daughter took the photo
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    Nice to see faces to posters on here, most not what I would imagine. Not the happiest of bunnies these days, but here is an updated (candid) taken by my eldest girl Svea.
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    Many thanks @Drydareelin As this came together when I was playing with Plugins - Oma came to my mind
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    You know, I just realized I haven't posted anything here in a while. So, here's something with the new Mandala Creator plugin. This actually started as a photograph of the street in front of my house; it's so foggy, you can't even tell there's a restaurant across the way! And no, we haven't moved to London....
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    *The pictures are photographed by myself. *100% Pdn
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    @High Resolution! Thank you so much. I don't want to stop.
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    If someone says you can't do professional work in PDN, this here is my permission for you to point at them and laugh. The wallpaper is PDN with a couple of stickers I found online. The photo frame is PDN. The mockup is constructed in PDN from stock images. I just started a Spoonflower shop (made entirely in PDN!), so I am putting together some ads.
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    For book folding just remember when changing your starting page number to keep the sequence the same.......increments of two....i.e.: 5,7,9,etc. sometimes we will have page numbers duplicated because there may be many folds per page....as in the example in post #55.
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    Hi, attached is a plugin called PixelCounter - install it as you would any plugin- it will appear under the effects. Create a folder under the C:\ root folder called "count" just lowercase "count" Make your black and white text, hit escape, run PixelCounter (again it's under effects, at the bottom) press ok. look under the C:\count folder and you'll find a file called "pixelcount". open it with Notepad. I've attached an example of the word "Test" The Plugin considers anything that's not white a pixel so you may want to turn off anti-aliasing. Also you can use it to make images in the books. Just a thought. https://www.dropbox.com/s/hp9jep7p2t1408y/pixelcount.txt?dl=0 pixelcounter.zip