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On 04/09/2011 12:24 PM, drew wrote:
On Sat, 2011-04-09 at 11:54 -0400, webmaster for Kracked Press
Productions wrote:
On 04/09/2011 10:51 AM, drew wrote:

Let me know what you guys think about this, please

Hey list :-o>- any comments on this design are eagerly welcomed?

Found the pamphlet and opened it.  Someone made it open where nothing
else is shown on the screen.  I hate that.  At least I remembered that
pressing Esc. brings me back to my normal desktop screen.

How about modifying it to Letter size, for those who do not use A4 size
Hi Tim,

Already is in Letter format - just not linked from that page:
and the ODT file:

- who made the A4 flle open full screen? That would be me - guess I'm
the only on that likes that *smile*, cause you are not the first to
complain. I fixed the Ltr format file, looks like I missed that one,
will fix it.

So, I could reformat to a proper size for a case insert - sure.

Actually that would be good, on two counts, as it would be a chance to
try the 'scatter' treatment there and give me a chance to loose the
tooth chart, as I call it, graphic on the inner page - I really don't
like it much at all :-/

Would make sense to use the space for some - "Hello I'm your disc - this
is what you do with me:" instructions, yes?

That instructions would be needed as an insert to go inside the DVD case, like the ones you get with movie DVDs. Have a info sheet about what is one the DVD and instructions on how to "best" use it would be nice.
Will see if I can get to that this weekend then, unless someone else
grabs it and starts first.

Thanks much,


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