more web 2.0

Discussion in 'The Logo Creator' started by shafiems, Aug 24, 2008.

  1. shafiems

    shafiems

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    hi where can I get more web 2.0 images
    and I have one question in regards to the logo creator web 2.0 images
    well is there a way to eliminate the shadow of the images because if we use double or more , trying to shape in some ways the shadow normally does not fit as one..
    can anyone help...
    tkz ..
     
  2. KD-did

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    To remove the shadows you will have to use an image editor or use on a dark background.Perhaps some of the elements here will help add some versatility to your web2.0 edition. You can add them permanently to your TLC by adding a folder in the logo element folder ,named as you please files so they are visible when you click on the "image" tab.
    http://www.logodesignforum.com/forums/showthread.php?t=6907 Be sure to click on them (to enlarge them) before saving so they will be saved as tpngs.
     
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    tkz Kd ....appreciate it..very much
     
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    how to do this....:question::angel:
     
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    If you are a PC you will go to >>>computer>>>local disk (usually C) >>> "program files>>> TLC>>> Logo Elements. Add a new folder. Then copy or move the images to the new folder/s.

    If you are a Mac user Click "Go">>>Applications>>>right click on the TLC icon>>>move cursor to "Show package contents" . You will find the logo elements folder in the MacOS folder. Using "Finder" make and name new folder. Now just drag and drop images into the new folder/s.

    Now when you click on your image tab your folder name will be seen and when you choose it all the images stored in that folder will appear.
     

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