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Old 11-02-2006, 01:13 PM   #3
Jeece
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Works superfine for the job I'm on right now! Thankya!

The Photoshop™ way would be cool, but working in multichannel = no layers. So once an element is in place, it better stay there since all overlaps are eliminated.

But being sure the client wouldn't tell me "Can you scale up this logo and move it around here?" upon proof, I'd do it for sure.

   
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English is my 2nd language, I hope my post above was clear enough. :p Feel free to ask for clarifications!

Of course I signed the proof, I just didn't proofread it. Don't you do that there?
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