drakaan

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  1. Or maybe just allow importing svg files. Inkscape is what I typically use for detailed vector graphic creation, and since it already lets you do all of that, if means the horde can focus on making the UI for the plugin great.
  2. Well the words arent connected, so it only highlights one of the characters, and in some pics, there are other words the same color :? You can always remove part of what you've copied (the eraser tool works well for that). The important thing is whether you can get all of what you want to select (remember to hold down [shift] while using the magic wand).
  3. Well the words arent connected, so it only highlights one of the characters, and in some pics, there are other words the same color :? You can always remove part of what you've copied (the eraser tool works well for that). The important thing is whether you can get all of what you want to select (remember to hold down [shift] while using the magic wand).
  4. Well the words arent connected, so it only highlights one of the characters, and in some pics, there are other words the same color :? You can always remove part of what you've copied (the eraser tool works well for that). The important thing is whether you can get all of what you want to select (remember to hold down [shift] while using the magic wand).
  5. Well the words arent connected, so it only highlights one of the characters, and in some pics, there are other words the same color :? You can always remove part of what you've copied (the eraser tool works well for that). The important thing is whether you can get all of what you want to select (remember to hold down [shift] while using the magic wand).
  6. I'm thinking you could vary the background behind each gutarist (psychedelic for Jimi, etc). The text needs a little something, regardless...it looks out-of-place...
  7. I'm thinking you could vary the background behind each gutarist (psychedelic for Jimi, etc). The text needs a little something, regardless...it looks out-of-place...
  8. I'm thinking you could vary the background behind each gutarist (psychedelic for Jimi, etc). The text needs a little something, regardless...it looks out-of-place...
  9. I'm thinking you could vary the background behind each gutarist (psychedelic for Jimi, etc). The text needs a little something, regardless...it looks out-of-place...
  10. If the text in each image is one color, you can use the magic wand tool while holding [shift] to select all pixels in the image (not just connected ones) that match. Try that and fiddle with the "tolerance" slider at the top of the window, and you should be able to do a decent job of getting your selections right.
  11. If the text in each image is one color, you can use the magic wand tool while holding [shift] to select all pixels in the image (not just connected ones) that match. Try that and fiddle with the "tolerance" slider at the top of the window, and you should be able to do a decent job of getting your selections right.
  12. If the text in each image is one color, you can use the magic wand tool while holding [shift] to select all pixels in the image (not just connected ones) that match. Try that and fiddle with the "tolerance" slider at the top of the window, and you should be able to do a decent job of getting your selections right.
  13. If the text in each image is one color, you can use the magic wand tool while holding [shift] to select all pixels in the image (not just connected ones) that match. Try that and fiddle with the "tolerance" slider at the top of the window, and you should be able to do a decent job of getting your selections right.
  14. If you search, there's also a halftone plugin that works pretty well...takes all the fun out of using the tutorial technique, though
  15. If you search, there's also a halftone plugin that works pretty well...takes all the fun out of using the tutorial technique, though
  16. If you search, there's also a halftone plugin that works pretty well...takes all the fun out of using the tutorial technique, though
  17. If you search, there's also a halftone plugin that works pretty well...takes all the fun out of using the tutorial technique, though
  18. can you show an example of part of one of the rotated images?
  19. can you show an example of part of one of the rotated images?
  20. can you show an example of part of one of the rotated images?
  21. can you show an example of part of one of the rotated images?
  22. Do yourself a favor...DreamWeaver is handy for putting stuff together quickly, but go through the trouble of actually learning [X]HTML and CSS. There are things that you can do by hand that you just can't do easily in a GUI (ask Rick and everyone who mentions that the PdN forms don't load in visual studio). If you've just started training for web design, then while you learn, remember that not everyone has the same screen as you, or even working eyes. Find out about accessibility (http://fae.cita.uiuc.edu/) and validation (http://validator.w3.org), and why they matter. Learn what tables are for (displaying tabular data in rows and columns), and what they're *not* for (slicing a page up into boxes to do layout). Learn about caching, CSS, and how bandwidth for a page/app/site are affected by proper use of each... Just my 2 cents...
  23. Do yourself a favor...DreamWeaver is handy for putting stuff together quickly, but go through the trouble of actually learning [X]HTML and CSS. There are things that you can do by hand that you just can't do easily in a GUI (ask Rick and everyone who mentions that the PdN forms don't load in visual studio). If you've just started training for web design, then while you learn, remember that not everyone has the same screen as you, or even working eyes. Find out about accessibility (http://fae.cita.uiuc.edu/) and validation (http://validator.w3.org), and why they matter. Learn what tables are for (displaying tabular data in rows and columns), and what they're *not* for (slicing a page up into boxes to do layout). Learn about caching, CSS, and how bandwidth for a page/app/site are affected by proper use of each... Just my 2 cents...
  24. Do yourself a favor...DreamWeaver is handy for putting stuff together quickly, but go through the trouble of actually learning [X]HTML and CSS. There are things that you can do by hand that you just can't do easily in a GUI (ask Rick and everyone who mentions that the PdN forms don't load in visual studio). If you've just started training for web design, then while you learn, remember that not everyone has the same screen as you, or even working eyes. Find out about accessibility (http://fae.cita.uiuc.edu/) and validation (http://validator.w3.org), and why they matter. Learn what tables are for (displaying tabular data in rows and columns), and what they're *not* for (slicing a page up into boxes to do layout). Learn about caching, CSS, and how bandwidth for a page/app/site are affected by proper use of each... Just my 2 cents...
  25. Do yourself a favor...DreamWeaver is handy for putting stuff together quickly, but go through the trouble of actually learning [X]HTML and CSS. There are things that you can do by hand that you just can't do easily in a GUI (ask Rick and everyone who mentions that the PdN forms don't load in visual studio). If you've just started training for web design, then while you learn, remember that not everyone has the same screen as you, or even working eyes. Find out about accessibility (http://fae.cita.uiuc.edu/) and validation (http://validator.w3.org), and why they matter. Learn what tables are for (displaying tabular data in rows and columns), and what they're *not* for (slicing a page up into boxes to do layout). Learn about caching, CSS, and how bandwidth for a page/app/site are affected by proper use of each... Just my 2 cents...