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    Posted 05 March 2005 - 12:45 AM

    is there a cd label
    would like to print up my cd

    thanks
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      Posted 05 March 2005 - 12:51 AM

      HI
      With all the continous updates it would be expensive. I used to put a nice label on all the rescue CDs, but it just costs to much in the long run. :rolleyes:
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        Posted 05 March 2005 - 12:55 AM

        I really suck when it comes to graphics, all graphics for the site and project have been made by volunteers. :D
        I do sell the CD from the site, for those unfortunate people still stuck on dialup and cannot wait hours to download the project. For those CD's, I've just used a graphic from the site.
        Luckily my labeling software has the option "Fit to..." so I inserted the graphic and "Fit it" to the CD label. I use ExPressIt by Memorex.
        No one else has volunteered to create a CD label for the project so I've just always given that advice. Everything doesn't fit perfectly, but it still looks pretty darn good! :)
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          Posted 05 March 2005 - 01:14 AM

          Please don't double post! I will delete your other post soon.

          Yes, the project has been updated A LOT over the 11 months of it's existance, but that is slowly changing. Due to many factors. A large majority of good freeware is already included, lack of time, etc. The last 11 months has been a big growing and creating process. So I honestly see the next update (which I still can't decide when to release) being the last for a while. Unless something big is released or figured out, this project will be on a bi-monthly updating scheme. I am trying to find the time to work on a few "big" things for the project at the moment. I hope to have the time to get it all figured out within a month so I can release 2.5. If not, then 2.6 will probably follow within a month's time. Then we will be at a bi-monthly release schedule, unless something big happens. Lately it's been a very hard "juggeling act". I do not want to continue to feel dissapointed in myself because I feel the project is not where it should be, where it could be, or where I want it to be....because I do not have enough time to figure out and fix everything.
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            Post icon  Posted 05 March 2005 - 02:29 AM

            Keeping up to date on labels isn't hard. If you always use a CD-RW and just make the label generic (nothing with dates on it) then there you go. I do that for the CDs I use at work. :)

            As for an official label, I may be able to make something up, but I think it may be best to have someone else help out, just like with the official icon. :D



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              Posted 05 March 2005 - 04:23 PM

              thanks guys
              just looking for a graphic that looks good on cd
              maybe a artist(which i aint) can make up a general logo for cd and we add the text our selfs for different versions

              thanks again
              marty
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                Posted 08 March 2005 - 08:18 PM

                I ordered the 2.41 Burn CD from Steel. It had a label on it. Cool! Unfortunately when I burned the CD it didn't tranfer the Label. Wonder why? It did everything else :D
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