August 7th, 2004


Question about text size when resolution is set at 72 pixels/inch...

Hi everyone. I know this question has been asked a million times before, so I hate to be a pest, but I've read through all the entries in the Memories that cover it, and I still can't figure out how to fix my text size, so I thought I'd ask and see if anyone has any other ideas on what I can try.

I'm using Photoshop 6, and my resolution is already set at 72 pixels/inch, but for some reason, I can never get my text big enough. I can barely see it! I've tried just about everything, and I'm getting really frustrated, so if anyone knows of a solution other than "change the resolution to 72 pixels/inch," I'd really appreciate your input. Thanks in advance. :)
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I have PS CS and am wondering how to curve text!

I've looked at the memories on this community and I see a few different ones regarding curving text.  A lot of them say that you cannot do it on Photoshop unless you have Photoshop CS--I do (version 8.0 if that makes any difference) and I can't figure out how to curve text.

Lemme show you what I would like to do...

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Installing Animation Shop 3

I just bought the Paint Shop Pro 8 disc and I tried to install it, and PSP itself is fine, but when I try to launch AS3, a message pops up saying, "The ordinal 127 could not be located in the dynamic link library PCDLIB32.dll." Anyone have any idea what that means and what to do about it?


Hello, class! This is my first tutorial (so PLEASE leave comments, especially criticism.). Our lesson for today will be this icon:

//This tutorial was made by mixing a variety of tutorials. They will be credited throughout the tutorial. Just as a warning, this is very image-heavy, and it was made using PSP8, but I'm sure it will work with other versions. Please be patient; I've made this tutorial so that beginners can use it, so half the time I'm stating the obvious.

(This way, please.)

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sunset tree

Saving without optimizing

Is there a way to save an animated icon in Animation Shop without optimizing it? I only have 3 frames and I doubt it would be over 40k to begin with, and even on the highest optimization settings it doesn't look as good.


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I was wondering if any one knew of any good 'typewriter' fonts. I've looked on and I found a font called 'secretary' but I don't really like how it's sor of crooked looking. Can anyone suggest any good ones?