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Tara Frazier

Tara

Hm... Do you know about the 'grid' you can turn on/off to help you align things? Or is this for something different? You can change the 'size' of the grid too! 

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Well, Marc is working on v8. I could be wrong, but I don't think that's in it.

However, never hurts to ask.

Meanwhile, try using this converter to figure out how many pixels you need for a graphic in inches!

http://auctionrepair.com/pixels.html

As an example, your image at 8.25" x 5.25" at 75DPI, would be 618 pix by 393 pix. Might need some adjustment since TC7 only puts out 72DPI.

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Every 300 in size, in the Creator, equals about 1 inch printed at 300 dpi. 8.25 x 300= 2475 for example. 

Want to make something at 9 inch by 9 inch square, printed out at 300 dpi?  9 x 300= 2700.

With the current limits of the program (2880 x 2880) you are capable of producing something at 9.6 inches square printed out at 300 dpi.

If the canvas size was increased to 5000 x 5000 you then would be able to produce a nice image, printed out at 300dpi, with a max size of 16.6 inches square-- Which is perfect for t-shirts.  

 

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