Element Copy

Discussion in 'Wish list for future releases' started by Roadster-2, Jan 10, 2004.

  1. Roadster-2

    Roadster-2

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    Wish List -

    To be able to cut & paste elements from one design to another.
     
  2. LogoCreek

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    Roadster-2

    I think I understand what you are asking for..

    can you explain a little more..
     
  3. Lats

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    Yes, a great idea.

    Actually, I've always thought it strange that you can't already do that by default. It would be fun to have the alligator available in all the sets :)
     
  4. Roadster-2

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    Hi LogoCreek

    As in Windows applications where you can and paste text, graphics etc. between applications. With this facility in TLC you would be able to cut and paste elements between logo's. This could save a lot of time if you had created basic setups of combined elements, pasting these into a new logo and then just finalising the design changes as required.

    Regards
    Iain
     
  5. jshrimp

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    What I did was take the Logo with the object that I wanted such as the Alligator and deleted all but the Alligator and then Export as a 'PNG - transparent' to the Bonus logo artwork directory
    C:\Program Files\The Logo Creator v3\Logo Libraries\Bonus Logos\Logo Artwork

    It will then be avaliable from any file.

    Jay Shrimplin
     
  6. Roadster-2

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    Hi Jay

    Thanks, I'll try that. This could be a very useful way of building up additional elements.

    Regards
    Iain
     
  7. Mr Laughingbird

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    That's eXACTLY what I would have suggested Jay.

    :)

    - Marc
     

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