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Old March 26th, 2006, 11:44 PM
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LOL... you're right... my bad. Maybe someone w/ CS can help.
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Hey everyone. Thanks for the nice comments on my tutorial. Of course, there is so much to change in it to make it your own!

About the USM being in your actions palette. USM is an action I made with custom settings. I have 3 or 4 USM actions for different size photos. So, really, there shouldn't be a USM action in your palette unless you made one.

About Actions in CS:
I made the tutorial in CS2, but CS can do the exact same thing, look below.



Again, thanks for all the nice comments. I am glad to see people are actually using this.
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Old May 25th, 2006, 10:46 AM
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Thanks for the tutorial! I was about to ask about how to do that. It really makes photos look nicer and a little more professional.
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Old May 25th, 2006, 10:51 AM
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No problem, thanks for looking!
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Old May 31st, 2006, 02:31 AM
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Wow! I am going to do that with a lot of my photos!
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Old June 1st, 2006, 07:38 AM
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Ah! To do similar thing till now I am using some third party software. Now after reading yours, I am proud that I can make one that I like. Thank you.
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No problem! Glad to see people are using it.
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I am still having problems with the copyright stamp.

I had made one from the tutorial for PS6 but I upgraded to CS2 and need to make a new one but cannot get the 0169 command to produce the symbol.

(FYI, when upgraded I put CS2 on a new computer so my stamp did not move over with the upgrade).

Did something change? Any suggestions?

Thanks!
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Old October 14th, 2006, 01:04 PM
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I am still having problems with the copyright stamp.

I had made one from the tutorial for PS6 but I upgraded to CS2 and need to make a new one but cannot get the 0169 command to produce the symbol.

(FYI, when upgraded I put CS2 on a new computer so my stamp did not move over with the upgrade).

Did something change? Any suggestions?

Thanks!
Well, just go into Word and create the symbol using insert symbol. Then just copy and paste in into PS.
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Adding a copyright overlay is also really simple in Irfanview, which I use as my default image viewer. To add the information, simply select an area of the image where you want to place your text by left-clicking and dragging to create a rectangular region of appropriate size. Release the left mouse button, and the selection box will remain. Then, from the menu bar, select "edit", and "insert text into selection". A dialog box will open. Click on "append copyright" - a little copyright symbol will appear in the dialog box. Then click on "choose font", to select text size, color, and font style. When you have what you like, click "OK". Then, in the original dialog box, type your name, date, etc. in the font you've chosen. When you're finished, simply press "OK" again, and your copyright notice will appear in the text area you've selected in your image. You're done! If you don't like the way it looks, simply click "edit > undo" in the toolbar, and it will vanish, and you can try another font, color, size, whatever. Supremely simple, fast, and easy.
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