A quick way to make a custom library of images

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  1. gcuneo2

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  2. snginc

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    I did that yesterday! I bought something and got some free png images with plr rights!
     
  3. gunsmoke

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    Make sure when you convert to .png that all extensions are lower case!
    ie.. .png and not .PNG

    Or they won't show in TLC. At least not on the windows version!
     
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    WoW! I don't even recall posting that!
     
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    you're just a serial poster! lololol
     
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    Already forgotten more than he knows!
    :chuckle:
     
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    How to I create a folder/file in my Logo Elements Directory? What is the path to the LOGO ELEMENTS DIRECTORY?
    Sorry if its a silly question but I just don't know. How do I create a folder/file in my LOGO ELEMENTS DIRECTORY? What is the path to get to LOGO ELEMENTS DIRECTORY?
     
  8. gcuneo2

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    So what you are asking is What is the path to the Logo Elements directory, is that correct?


    This is just for windows users, for mac users it's prety gosh darn simliar.
    C:\Users\YOUR NAME\Documents\Laughingbird Documents\Logo Elements

    Just navigate to your document library, doubleclick on the logo elements folder and make a new folder in there. right mouse click in the logo elements directory and choose NEW/Folder.
     
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  9. Mike Gray

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    I use a really neat program called FotoSizer to convert file ext. and it does other things also.
     

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