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    Default Fun with Photoshop Borders and Signatures by Togu

    Fun with Photoshop Borders and Signatures by Togu

    ...............Wanted to post your photos for critiques, but was worried that your presentation appears to be too plain? How about adding a border and your own signature to it? .......................

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    wicked stuff! i've been wanting to know how to do this. alas! great stuff for those who are not proficient with photoshop like me..cheers!

    thanks you guys!

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    good one togu!


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    I've learnt something new today! Thanks Togu!

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    Thanks! Hope it helps.



    <-- ANd the green thing is back!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by togu
    Thanks! Hope it helps.



    <-- ANd the green thing is back!!
    hey it'll really help if you can write a Photoshop Action to automate everything...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Larry
    hey it'll really help if you can write a Photoshop Action to automate everything...
    can this be done?? i mean the automated thingie??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Larry
    hey it'll really help if you can write a Photoshop Action to automate everything...


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    Question: How/where did you get the C with the circle around it (the copyright symbol)??
    My Photoblog
    Canon 350D,kit lens,Canon 100mm Macro,Coolpix 5000.

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    fantastic info!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joywalker
    Question: How/where did you get the C with the circle around it (the copyright symbol)??
    i usually use the character map to select/copy these extended characters. not too sure it there's an easier way in PS.

    do note that some fonts do not have these characters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dnka
    i usually use the character map to select/copy these extended characters. not too sure it there's an easier way in PS.

    do note that some fonts do not have these characters.
    try
    alt+0169

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    Alternatively, how about type your copyright statement in words, you can insert whatever symbol you want, and paste it to Photoshop. As what dnka mentioned, not all the fonts contains the symbol tho.


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    Quote Originally Posted by franciskc
    try
    alt+0169
    yeap... that'll work for keyboard with the numeric keypad... if u uses notebook, then too bad

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    Quote Originally Posted by dnka
    can this be done?? i mean the automated thingie??
    It sure can... I've made a few of them. It's also a good learning process if you haven't made any of your own actions before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dnka
    yeap... that'll work for keyboard with the numeric keypad... if u uses notebook, then too bad
    notebooks have numeric keypads too, you have to press the function key, usually a key labeled "Fn" in a colour that matches several keys with a similarly coloured labels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hwchoy
    notebooks have numeric keypads too, you have to press the function key, usually a key labeled "Fn" in a colour that matches several keys with a similarly coloured labels.
    oops din tot of that

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