Posted 03 June 2010 - 11:58 PM
I really want to keep my kits together and not split them up. To you ladies that organize this way what are the categories that you have to organize your kits? Do you go by color or do you go by Theme like Winter, Holidays, Baby stuff? Does that make sense?
Posted 04 June 2010 - 01:01 AM
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Ro's Method of Managing your Digital supplies
hope that helps
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Thanks for you help
Posted 27 September 2010 - 09:21 PM
There is a download that it the first thing that shows when you search "psd thumbnail viewer" in google. The first post is by singh 400 and he has a download that will fix it. I've scanned it for viruses and there were none. Bob opened up the files to see what they really do, and there isn't a problem. I couldn't get the download in the first post to work today, but there is another link in post #46 of the thread that did work. The only problem I've found is that some people can't unzip the rar file. You can use winrar or a little free program called 7 zip that you can install to do that. Bob uses 7-zip at work all the time, so that is what I installed. Once you've unzipped the file, read the txt document for instructions. It was really easy to do and worked. I am running XP, but there are people who have it working in vista. I didn't read the whole thread carefully enough to remember if it works in Windows 7 as well. I love being able to see my psd files though.
Posted 27 September 2010 - 10:09 PM
i appreciate your help April.
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Posted 12 November 2010 - 01:26 AM
When I first started digiscrapping, I had a separate folder for every designer at SG.
Then I re-did everything a couple of years ago and put all the kits in one folder, all the separate paper-packs in one and so on.
And without saying too much - I have an almost obscene collection of SG-supplies...
I find myself scrolling and scrolling and scrolling to find that particular collection which I've forgotten the name of, by a specific designer, that I'm sure of contains a paper or element I'm looking for...
So, I'm back to my initial system!
Because I'm usually pretty sure of which designer's style or supplies I'm looking for.
Now I go straight to that designer's folder and pull whatever I need!
Styles/Actions and LO Templates I still keep all together in separate folders regardless of designer.
BTW - it was a blast going through all my kits/collections and see all the beautiful work done by the designers here - past and present!
Posted 15 November 2010 - 03:34 AM
I have one folder with all the collections in them. The contents of each collection are in one folder (the only sub-folder in each is the alpha folder). I have the file names start with the designer initials (like ABR for Angie Briggs) and then sort the files by name. I'm a dork and have them sorted in another folder by type too- using Ro's system, but that is just me. You'll find the system that works best for you.
Me too - but want to use Ro's method - just takes so much time and right now I don't have the time and night time is not the time to do it - maybe one day.
Posted 27 November 2010 - 12:19 AM
So now I can start now and not get a headache later.
Thanks for all the tips.
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Posted 27 November 2010 - 07:46 AM
As for collections, I keep the new clubs all together for a while. Other collections get broken up and put in files, such as Flowers, Frames etc. With Picasa it is so easy to bring up everything in a collection even if they're not stored together.
Posted 28 November 2010 - 05:43 PM
How do you all organize your styles and tools, and if they are organized, how do you load your favorites when you need them? I am using PSE6 and find that I have so many styles and actions, etc. that I do not use all the time, and it slows Adobe in its start up mode. I just want the computer to move a bit faster and to see only the styles I might be interested in using, rather than all of them at once.
I upgraded to PSCS cause I didnot want to load all styles everytime PSE started up.
Thier is no load styles option in PSE so you need to put all styles into PSE styles folder.
If you have categories set up you can see just the one type by selecting the category type like glitter,
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