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  1. I can't understand what's causing this, some times when I paste (for better word) the WordArt text from this plugin I'm using, it appears all broken with lines running across and it's random on every single paste. So if I was to fix this I would spam Ctrl + F the repeat/paste function over and over until it covers up the font and looks solid. How I see it and how it should be. I'm not sure if it's a bug in the plugin or the paint program. So why is spamming not a good fix? Well if I wanted opacity, spamming the text over and over will just make it solid white, adding other art effects and repeating them will also not give me the desired effect. I tried in different layers, solid background color....the only time it doesn't seems to do it is when the text is small like 8-18pt. It's almost as if the process didn't render completely. Anybody know what the issue might be and what I could do on my end to experiment http://i.imgur.com/vWHhNPm.png
  2. The secret is in thining the paint even if it says do not thin, but make sure you test it somewhere. If it doesn't flake or bubble you are good to go. Here is something i've done yesterday and it turnout excellent. http://i.imgur.com/1Yf0jVi.jpg
  3. <snip> You are right I just noticed because I work with cm instead of inches but I still tolerate DPI and PPI. This explains the 60MB file and great print out quality. Well anyway let's get a little more info around this subject. At what point does DPI becomes too much? If I print out text at the default 72dpi, it's basically blurry <snip>. This is perfect example when I try to copy stuff from PDF without zooming in first. I've done text at 726dpi (thinking it was 300) and it looks perfect. However, there are printers in the office that support up to 2400dpi and I always wondered will I see any difference if I was printing a picture from a DSLR at 2400dpi on A4 or will 300dpi on A4 look identical? What are your thoughts people?
  4. I do my editing in Paint.net and my default viewer is Irfanview. Recently I had to work with some files for printing and I start from scratch with 300dpi A4 sheet then create content whatever is that I do. After I save it in PNG I open IrfranView Info and it says the image is 762x762 dpi. So who is lying here? Have I created a 300dpi file or has it somehow gone bigger?