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This is the place to ask questions about graphics, marketing your business or posting your acheivments. You can talk to other users of Laughingbird Software, post feedback and ask others to see your stuff! Don't be shy, ...have fun in here. We're all family 😀

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NEW:The Attention Getters Template Pack

50 designer templates to get your customers and visitors to look up and pay attention! This set also includes a collection of high rez photo-realistic design elements. Mix, match and modify them all! Create hundreds of amazing graphics for your website, blog and social media posts. You'll look like a Photoshop guru with this template set. 😀
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Glenn Cuneo

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About Glenn Cuneo

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  1. Creating a Meme

    What you are probably doing is navigating to the template folder, and trying to use the thumbnail that program uses to display the template in the my templates menu. All thumbnails of completed templates (and pre made ones) the program uses are 300 wide with a varied height, the standard size being 300 x 111, with custom made templates, such as yours the width remains the same (300) but the height varies, to a max of 300. Attached is a screenshot of a template thumbnail of mine: Note how it's named--- the template thumbnail image is always in the jpg format, regardless if it's one you made, or a pre made template.
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