Le 07/04/13 10:36 AM, Kracked_P_P---webmaster a écrit :
Today, I am going to the office supply store and buy some paper that
costs about 3 time that of "normal" inkjet paper. The text in the
online description states it helps with any bleed-through for double
sided printing. So I will give it a try. Also, I will be getting a
green pastel paper. I want to try the different brochure designs
printed on a green paper to see how it looks that way.
The little bleed-through paper is a bright white, so it may not work
well for some people. The pastel green is a "softer color" that stand
out on a table of a rack of brochures, like the local library uses.
Once we get the text of the brochure templates done, then I will be
printing out about 100+ brochures.
Here is the link [again?] of the green community themed brochure
template [no content].
Thanks for the "textless" version. I can well imagine that Issa will
also recommend that the header for panel3 should be removed as was done
for the official version.
Issa, is that what you would recommend?
Unless I am wrong, it looks like with the experimenting, that Tim would
prefer to preserve our initial pamphlet design.
If we could also come to an agreement on a community version soon, it
would be great.
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