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  1. Welcome to the forum. Make sure the box at the top is UNCLICKED on the canvas format page. Then change the to desired size if necessary.
  2. Click on the smiley in the above bar when writing or answering a thread. After hitting the "Reply to this topic" button. Emoticons will then appear. Check out the ones that aren't run of the mill by checking out the Large Smileys under catagories..
  3. Glad to meet you.
  4. Another option is for you to use word processing program or a desktop publisher.... with WordArt and import it onto a TC canvas as an image. That what I love about Laughingbird Software there is always work arounds.
  5. Wonder if the 'old' profile would show up on the profile edit. Top right hand side
  6. For a PC user you might want to also checkout Pixresizer http://bluefive.pairsite.(dot)/pixresizer.htm
  7. I am a Mac user and I have Windows 7 and 10 running on my computer. Where I find there can be issues is REMEMBERING which machine it is on. It is best having download available for the same product on both platforms.
  8. Another Free thing is Pixaby.... https://pixabay.com/en/photos/?hp=&image_type=vector&cat=&min_width=&min_height=&q=people&order=popular
  9. The software is made for both PC and Macs...
  10. Use silhouette dingbats. Found free on font sites.Being fonts they can be resized, recolored or just be outlines. Don't need the whole figure? Use TC to crop the image. Remember anything on on the canvas itself will not be exported. Or you can use shapes color the same as a the bachgound....export as a .png NOT as a transparent png. Then bring that image back onto the canvas.
  11. The situation that is run into is Laughingbird Software is multi-platformed....
  12. I will often enlarge and convert the jpg at where it is clear before bring it into TC. On a PC I love using a FREE program. http://bluefive.pairsite.com/pixresizer.htm
  13. If it is a customer supplied graphic I ask them to provtde the image source. You cab also try to locate it from a reverse Image search such as https://www.tineye.com/.

    Try enlarging the image and converting before bringing it into TC.

     

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