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      The New Forum!   06/12/2017

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  1. https://www.laughingbirdsoftware.com/products/social-media-templates/ Just buy it, save yourself the hassle!
  2. Sorry but I rarely do videos. Follow my steps, and KD's instructions, and it should not be difficult at all.
  3. You purchase them: https://www.laughingbirdsoftware.com/products/the-logo-creator/
  4. YOU NEED TO INSTALL ONE OF THE REGULAR TEMPLATE SETS first. RIGHT NOW, YOU ARE MISSING YOUR LOGO LIBRARIES FOLDER. You definitely have not installed the basic template set (the 200 templates)- you're missing a bunch of files that belong in your screenshot, in the logo elements directory. If you have the basic logo templates set, either the original, or the updated v2 set install those first. THE COMIC SET: the comic elements folder contains a bunch of other folders. Install the basic template set first, and your will be good-
  5. Is this your company? A big turn off for me is that I have to give you my email, and phone number to discuss prices! I can understand a need to discuss needs of the client, for something like a logo you should be able to say "5 revisions, custom artwork, final product provided in PNG, JPG, EPS formats, and in the following sizes..." , but I would imagine if you are actually designing the logos, you would have an idea of what it takes. It is a nice looking website, and perhaps it does good things, it just appears to be a random website thatyou posted a link to.
  6. There should be a section added called "How to make money using the Creator".
  7. Sometimes simple is best! This my header image is from the "Stu Sutcliffe" Business card template...
  8. August, 1st, 2017 In 10 minutes max... Use a business card template to make a facebook page header! I'll post what I created tomorrow morning!
  9. With any logo specific type software, curved text is hard to work with, if it's even a feature. In typography, kerning is the process of adjusting the spacing between characters in a proportional font, usually to achieve a visually pleasing result, and that's a problem when working with text. Even in PowerPoint when you apply a text effect the Kearning can be off-- but PP actually is apply simply morphs to the text, and is some cases even those morphs can be wonky.
  10. Without any screenshots it's hard to provide any feedback, but I'll give it a go.... The are a few, less than 5 I seem to recall, individual elements that do have literally tiny text embedded in their images, it usually is located near the upper left corner for some odd reason-- I'm talking like in a 2 point font--- you wouldn't notice it unless you were editing the element in something like photoshop. It happens sometimes, like in a couple of the people images, there are slight "artifacts" pixels that should have been erased- usually around strands of hair for example. No, I don't recall which images have these artifacts but they are so few and far between I find it to be of no concern. I do have a few (less than 5) premade templates that when you open them, you do see the word text (again in the upper left corner), and you can't just select it, and delete it. You have to actually edit the text, erasing the letters, and leave an empty "box". I've done a lot of my own tweeking to things, which is all on me, so I attribute that to something I've done. The next time I encounter any of that I will take a screenshot...
  11. Posted on July 27th, 2017 (Thursday) In 10 minutes max...
  12. (July 26th) In 10 minutes max, using ONLY the Creator.....
  13. (July 25th) In 10 minutes max, using ONLY the Creator..... Find a picture of a fruit, make a word out of it! You must use the following features: Text outline, text shadow, & color the text using an image! For the purpose of today's challenge a Tomato is not a fruit, so no tomatoes. Scientifically speaking, a tomato is definitely a fruit. True fruits are developed from the ovary in the base of the flower, and contain the seeds of the plant (though cultivated forms may be seedless). Blueberries, raspberries, and oranges are true fruits, and so are many kinds of nut. The tomato used in a BLT sammich is the fruit of the tomato plant.
  14. There is a section for feedback. Like the gallery idea.... This is the link to the feedback section here on the forum. https://www.laughingbirdsoftware.com/forum/forum/19-ask-for-feedback/ If you wanna see what images folks posted on the group page, just click on the photos tab near the top left of the page--- I often will browse the group page that that way

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