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An independent graphic designer and instructor in InDesign, Photoshop and Dreamweaver after tiring of working for other people. I'm also a software tester for various companies and "Tier 0" tech support for friends, family, various associates and lots of clients...


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reviewed Reopen How can I do this effect in Illustrator
Dec
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reviewed No Action Needed How to paste / edit text in a PNG file using Gimp?
Dec
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reviewed Close What should interaction between a UI Designer and a front end developer look like?
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awarded  Enlightened
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awarded  Nice Answer
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reviewed Reviewed Creative logo creation with a word
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reviewed No Action Needed Can anyone tell me what the stylized display font used by Lerose & D2A is?
Dec
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reviewed No Action Needed How can I create fruit's texture?
Dec
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reviewed Reviewed what are the thing needed for doing illustator sketup
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revised Screenshots look weird on a mac, but good on print
Additional data re Preview on Mac
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reviewed Reviewed How can I remove the background reflection from this photo, are there any online tools?
Dec
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comment Fitting merged text to the width of the frame in InDesign
Now that's an awesome placeholder! :)
Dec
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reviewed Close Why won't “Multiexporter” export any artboards? (“Will export 0 of X artboards”)
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reviewed Close Critique Request of my leaf logo
Dec
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comment How can I repair a JPEG after it has been HEX edited?
Wildly OT for gd.se, but: jpeg is a lossy compression format that depends in part on difference values rather than absolute values. If you remove or corrupt image information, then of course everything downstream from that point is borked.
Dec
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comment How can I repair a JPEG after it has been HEX edited?
Of course it gets screwed up. The jpeg format compresses the file. Change random byte-level information (especially removing it) in any type of compressed file will mess it up. What were you thinking?
Dec
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answered Screenshots look weird on a mac, but good on print
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revised Screenshots look weird on a mac, but good on print
Added the images, updated text to reflect the change
Dec
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answered InDesign cc - text wrap inconsistent
Dec
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comment Fitting merged text to the width of the frame in InDesign
@user34266 I've added to my answer, now I have a clearer idea of what you're trying to do.