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Old 02-08-2013, 03:27 PM   #8
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andrew: And at first I was horrified by some methods that violated the older "correction" way of thinking. But eventually I realized he was always getting great results.
LOL! The key is what they looked like in the end. I tend to approach things the way to you do (did?) which is correct and then play...


>>No solution yet that doesn't involve layer masks.

I love layer masks! They are so flexible and powerful...'-}}

By the way...my older sister who lives in ME and I ordered my younger sister a new Dell laptop--we went halfsies--and I ordered it from the business side with no problems. The only thing I needed to do was to enter a business name (I made onet up) and check the box to have tax applied to the order (vs. no tax if you have the proper business tax exclusion--there's a term for that which has slipped my mind).

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