On Mon, 2011-04-11 at 08:57 -0400, webmaster for Kracked Press
Well, keeping in mind that this is for commercial printing and I will
include the version with the background color removed for printing
Also updated the wiki page for Existing Designs with this, only a
trimmed down 1.8 Meg file :-/
Just wondering about why you are using XCF format for the "editable"
files? I know it is the default for GIMP, but some people on this
might not know that.
They can ask.. actually, I should of used Inkscape, or so I feel, but
I'm not nearly as proficient (let alone efficient) with Inscape as I am
with GIMP and that is really the only solid reason.
Yes commercial printing vs. ink-jet/color-laser is a big difference.
Even ink-jet vs. color-laser printing can be different for the
Well, let's look at that same file with the green background removed
Does ti still hold up, I think so.
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Re: [libreoffice-design] Re: [us-marketing] North American Community DVD - cover art updated · Bernhard Dippold
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