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Text done in PSPX

Posted by Urlee (My Page) on
Thu, Oct 20, 05 at 15:02

Posted by: kyry (My Page) on Wed, Oct 19, 05 at 18:14

But is text on a curve any easier than PSP8. That is one thing I fall back on PSP7 for, it was so much easier.
Carol

Carol, Is this what you meant?
I did this in PSPX and it was easy!

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RE: Text done in PSPX

Show off! But then again you had probably figured it out in PSP8. I also keep going back to 7, mainly because that is the one I learned on. But they say change is good so I have been using PSP8 for most of my projects and getting somewhat familiar with it. Now you all throw me this curve ball with PSPX, what's a girl to do? "So many choices, so little time"
Actually that is my problem, I have not been keeping up with tuts like I had and it is amazing how quickly you forget when you don't keep at it.
By the way that is what I was talking about. Don't you find using the bezier curve easier to do?
Carol


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RE: Text done in PSPX

Carol,
I have never tried it in 8 so you put me to the challenge.
Here is PSP8.
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Just to be sure, I went back to PSP7 and they are all done the SAME way. Just make sure (which I had trouble remembering) that your text is Floating!

Here is a screen capture of how I had it in PSP8.

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Don't you find using the bezier curve easier to do?

What's that? "lol"
Seriously I haven't tried that in 8 or X and think you may have me stumped there.

~Urlee~


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RE: Text done in PSPX

Here is how I do it, I use the draw a line (bezier curve) vector & antialias checked, then put two nodes above or below it then I am able to make the curve how ever I want it. Then just hide or delete the bezier line.
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I'm sure I didn't explain that right, but it works for me.
Carol


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RE: Text done in PSPX

Ooooops------
I see you did it using the nodes.
I did it using the freehand.
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~Urlee~


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