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Another Spring Tag

Posted by kyry (My Page) on
Wed, Apr 26, 06 at 8:26

This one calls for Xenofex 2 plugin which I do not have, so I substituted with using a mask. I have to remember to change my resolution to 72 when I start a new canvas size, mine are always bigger than they should be.

Here is a link that might be useful: Spring Tag


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RE: Another Spring Tag

Carol,
That is so cute.
That size is A 1 OK in my book! No harm in it.
I NEVER touch the resolution. I leave at 72 all the time.
I deal with Pixels or percentage!
Yours is 540x550.
I usually use 500 or if it shows up better higher, I go higher.

Urlee


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RE: Another Spring Tag

Thanks Urlee, it just seems like mine are always so much bigger than everyone else. PSP X must have default at 200, that is why I never think to check it. I use the sizes the tut calls for in pixels also, but mine are usually larger and I don't want to be taking up too much space.
Carol


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RE: Another Spring Tag

You are right Carol,
PSPX is set at 200 but I again never think to look as I never change that and always go by pixels or %tage.
I have been stuck on using 9 and forget about X since I ran into that problem way back.
9 rocks!

:)Urlee


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RE: Another Spring Tag

Carol, You did another great job. I love your work.
Teri


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RE: Another Spring Tag

Ah thanks Teri.
Carol


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RE: Another Spring Tag

That is very nice Carol.
Judy


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