On 04/09/2013 11:04 AM, Marc Paré wrote:
When you make the "solid version", could you also make a Letter paper
version for the North American marketers? I is much more expensive for
us to buy the A4 paper for printing. A4 is 3 times the price of the
Letter size paper according to my searching of available office and
printing supply companies I know of.
Le 08/04/13 04:15 AM, Issa Alkurtass a écrit :> Hello Marc,
> Marc Paré wrote on April 07, 2013 11:11 PM:
>> Could you reformat the file as all "Open Sans Condensed"? That should
>> fix the problem.
>> We should put on panel 2 a link to download the Open Sans condensed
>> file. It will make it easier for members to download and install the
>> file. Here are the links:
> Done and done. Hope it works now.
> Issa Alkurtass
Strange that it still comes up with panel2 black background. I
wonder if there is a way that we could force the background black onto
Maybe we should think more of modifying the template so that there are
cells on each panel. This would allow us to make panel3 background black.
We need to make the template a solid version so that any nl team who
wishes to use it does not need to look for a fix to it right from the
start. They need to start with a working template.
Would anyone have any other suggestion? Otherwise we could just add a
comment to the template explaining that if the black is on the wrong
panel, the user should:
* make sure that the Open Sans Condensed font is installed
* add/remove blank lines until the black background text is forced
back to its position on panel3.
BTW ... we could also move the panel2 text (the links and text) to a
comment note as well. FYI, by default, comments are NOT printed when
the pamphlet is sent to print, there is an option window that where
the user can change this setting in the popup print-window.
Aside from this, the template looks good!
So, are there any suggestions as to how to force the black-background
text to stay on panel3?
(I am sending a copy to Jean as she may have a suggestion for this
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