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Posted: Sun, 10th Feb 2008, 9:23pm

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Seabee1972

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how do you get more of these they are great biggrin cool
Posted: Fri, 15th Feb 2008, 3:22am

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TubeTape

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Hello,

We sell an entire collection at TubeTape.com that were made specifically for PhotoKey.

Check out http://store02.prostores.com/servlet/tubetape/the-47/Magazine-Cover--dsh--Digital/Detail
Posted: Fri, 21st Mar 2008, 7:30pm

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mwr marketing

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How do you make your own overlays? I have tried in Photoshop and Corel draw and i have masks and alpha channels and i can only save as for the "web" which gives me an ugly crunchy product??? how can i make my own overlay??? HELP!!
Posted: Tue, 25th Mar 2008, 5:13am

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TubeTape

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If you are using Photoshop, you only need to have images with transparent backgrounds. You can save them as TIFF or PNG. You also need to keep in mind that PhotoKey adjusts the overlay to fit the canvas size. You should design the overlay with a particular size in mind or one that can be skewed to any size.