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18 November 2009

Pondering and Searching

I have been spending the last week trying to find a solution for resizing Multi-layered templates. A simple thing you would think but actually it’s proved to be a very hard quest. When I draw my templates I like to work big, my eyes just are not what they used to be.  I normally draw full sized and thought it would be simple to resize them down to Tagger sized to keep everyone happy, WRONG unlike resizing Png and JPegs  resizing multi- layered items often left the Tagger sized looking jagged, fuzzy and fills a tad smaller than the outline.  I've tried a few of the Resizing Scrap kit scripts but to no Avail, so if anyone knows of a good product that works for them I'd love to hear from you 

I have a very cute template want to come out and play with you all but he's sulking because his little bother looks a mess....

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