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    Re: SCRIBBLE May 2022

    @ Rik

    WOW! And again WOW! I think Rik is one of the best Garphic-Designers/Artists in our small comunnity.
    His work is awsome. I think I'm more (like we in Germany say) a productional...
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    Re: SCRIBBLE May 2022

    Thank You Rick.
    But Your hat is awesome and for me You think arround corners.
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    Re: SCRIBBLE May 2022

    Yeeeeeehaa! Yeas maybe. I grow up with horses as a child.
    My Grandfather had two Haflinger, so I had the luck to had some rides with him in a carriage. :salute:
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    Re: SCRIBBLE May 2022

    THX!:D
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    Re: SCRIBBLE May 2022

    Here is what I saw the first I opened the scribble:

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    Re: Cartoon, Jeep Cherokee SRT

    Fantastic! Great work Gray.
  7. Thread: ArtRage...

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    Re: ArtRage...

    Here is an other drawing I does in ArtRage. After I thought better it will be as a vector drawing,
    but lazy as I am I vectorize it in Inkscape. It's faster then redraw it in Xara.

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  8. Thread: ArtRage...

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    Re: ArtRage...

    Yaeh! The good ole ArtRage. I had used it sometimes for Illustrations for Book-Covers.
    My last ArtRage work is from 2020 and was jaust for fun to testing my new Grafik-Tablet, a Huion 60,- $ Wacom...
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    Re: SCRIBBLE April 2022

    Here is an other one enjoy it.

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    Re: SCRIBBLE April 2022

    Here is my interpretation for this month.

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  11. Re: Best method to export a file for precise Adobe Illustrator compatibility?

    But again, this is the wrong way. Xara writes perfekt PDF/x1-a files for printing. There is no need to do it again in AI.
    If you have a client with his own color for his bussines it is wrong to do...
  12. Re: Best method to export a file for precise Adobe Illustrator compatibility?

    That is not true! X1-X3 flatten all transparencies to bitmap!
    PDF/X4 leave the transparecies as objects and don't flatten it to bitmap, but only if the effekt is reproducible in AI and/or fits in...
  13. Re: Best method to export a file for precise Adobe Illustrator compatibility?

    If You need laser cutting is .ai and/or .xar not the right format. Obviously they will need .dwg or an other one-line CAD compatible format.

    An other option can be .svg, but attention with the...
  14. Re: Best method to export a file for precise Adobe Illustrator compatibility?

    Hi Gary,
    the only difference is that PDF/X1a 2001 is based on PDF version 1.3. PDF/X1a 2003 is expanded to the functionality of PDF 1.4.
    For the printing process it is not relevant which version...
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    Re: Xara Designer Pro - Slow work after 10-15 min

    Try to pull all USB-devices off. Delete the USB-drivers in Hardwaremanager.
    Shot down the machine. Let it for least 10 sec. off. Reboot und restick the USB-devices.
    I had the same issue and this...
  16. Re: Best method to export a file for precise Adobe Illustrator compatibility?

    If you will deliver print-ready-pdf then do it in X1. X1 doesn't allow RGB-colors.
    Since quite 10 years was introduced PDF X4. This is a version that save transparencies native and is compatible to...
  17. Thread: 1957 Plymouth.

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    Re: 1957 Plymouth.

    Great work!
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    Re: Free or inexpensice photo editor

    Hi Gary,
    XnViewMP does grey conversation but without alpha transparency. If you write a .tiff look at the compression options, maybe there is the mistake.
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    Re: Scribble March 2022

    That smell

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    Re: Weather Forecaster

    Cheers Acorn! Thanks for this!
  21. Thread: Barcodes

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    Re: Barcodes

    I use ZINT since a couple of years to create ISBN- and all other codes for Book-Covers to be prof. printed.

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  22. Re: Merry Christmas from the Admin and a Moderator

    From Germany Merry Christmas to You!

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  23. Thread: Thanks

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    Re: Thanks

    Yes, I do. But there is an other problem: I live near the Czech border and they have a good beer too.
    You see, it's like fighting again the windmills. There will be only one end, my!
  24. Thread: Thanks

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    Re: Thanks

    Yes it is but I'm still fight to be less – but without succes!
    CHeers!
  25. Thread: Thanks

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    Re: Thanks

    Not only You! Everytime an upgrade costs me a lot of time, angry and here in Bavaria a lot of beer (to coole me down)!
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