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Easy question... (cosmetic) CD label for UBCD4Win?

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    Post icon  Posted 05 December 2004 - 12:25 PM

    Have any artistic persons created a CD label for UBCD4Win? I guess the label for the mail out CD would be fine (if it meets M$ naming criteria).

    I would prefer jpg format if available, or something recognized by Irfanview. I'm using exPressit v. 2.1 software to print it.

    Thanks, and please excuse if there already is one posted that I didn't see.
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      Post icon  Posted 06 December 2004 - 12:24 PM

      I'm not sure if anyone has really talked about this subject. If I find some time, I may be able to put something together, though I'm not the best artist, but I can still make something. It will not be version specific though, since that will make it easier for the most of us who use CD-RWs for this CD and all of the updating and whatnot. If anyone else has time and has had much experience in graphics, please feel free to respond. :)



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        Posted 06 December 2004 - 03:23 PM

        Before anyone goes to any trouble over this, I have just noticed that the site banner from the main site makes a great CD label, and, of course, has the agreed M$ naming convention, too.

        But other original designs would befit a project of this stature also...
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          Posted 06 December 2004 - 06:05 PM

          Yes, the new site banner/graphic makes a nice label. That is what I actually use for the CD's that are ordered from me. It doesn't fit all the words properly but it still looks pretty nice. I also use exPressit, all you have to do is save the image file from the site. Import the image. Then right click it and pick "Fit to...", you then click on one of the labels. It looks even better if you use the 3in1 labels, then you have full CD coverage and you are only missing a little bit of the "M" in Ultimate. I am not an artist at all so I've pretty much been stuck with that method since the project started.
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