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Member Since 23 Feb 2008
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In Topic: Move To/copy To

Yesterday, 09:26 PM

If you highlight the file or folders you want to move and click CNTRL+C, that will copy the file. Then navigate to where you want to place them and click CNTRL+V and that will paste the files to the new location.

If you want to totally move files (literally remove them from one place to another and not leave a copy behind), then you will click CNTRL +X and then CNTRL+V.


In Topic: How To Apply A Style To Only A Portion Of The Layer

22 October 2015 - 08:00 PM

You're halfway there! Use your magic wand tool to select the portion you want to color/add a style to. Then create a new layer (either under the window, or over it, depending on your preference), fill it with color and apply your style. Repeat this for all of the sections of your stained glass. You will have one layer for each section.

When you magic wand each section, make sure the window layer is active. But when you create a new layer for the section, make sure that layer is active before you fill/add a style.

Hope this helps!

In Topic: Has Anyone Downloaded Windows 10?

13 October 2015 - 07:55 AM

I am still deciding about the upgrade to W10.One thing that concerns me is whether or not my printers will be compatible. They are both older printers but I don't want to replace them yet. Is there some way to check?

Right after upgrading to 10, I had trouble installing my printer (which I got while still on XP). It upgraded when I went to Win7, but there was no driver for Windows 10 on the printer's website. (It's an HP Photosmart C5580.) Anyway, I just lied and said I was running Win7 and that driver seems to be compatible with Windows 10. My printer and all of its features works perfectly.

In Topic: Issues With Png Files - Cannot Parse The File

21 September 2015 - 12:45 PM

Hi Pam,

Try going into your Windows Folder Options and making sure that "Hide extensions for known file types" is UNchecked.

In Topic: Panstoria's Artisan Scrapbook Ink Software

07 September 2015 - 04:30 PM

I just took a quick look at the website. It says it can handle JPG, PNG and TIF files. So, you'd be able to use this type of item from Scrap Girls. However, you would NOT be able to use PSD files and any brushes, shapes, styles, or actions.