Logo elements change and does not save image correctly

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  1. Wayne Walker

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    Designed logo but the elements will change, such as a text box that has been reversed and /or flipped reverts back to it's regular format. The colors get obscured and then when saved the image is pix-elated. Very frustrating to say the least.
     
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    Please post a screen shot. What OS?
     
  3. Wayne Walker

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    windows 7
     

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    I submitted information and have not received any return information in to this issue. I would like to get this thing solved.
     
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    Adobe air helps the program to display stuff, it's free, and pretty critical you have the latest version installed.
     
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    I too am having this same problem ONLY after upgrading to 6.6 version. No problems prior. It also saves my altered Logo Format Dimensions to a standard 300 x 158 size when it doesn't Save it as I have formatted it. Windows 7 with clean system.
     
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    THE 300 X 158 IMAGE IS ACTUALLY THE image used for the thumbnail in the pull down menu. Are you saving a logo, or exporting it?
     

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