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    Posted 19 March 2009 - 06:24 PM

    I have emailed you information for another service you can use. Thanks!!
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      Posted 19 March 2009 - 11:22 PM

      I am reposting the labels I have created. The links in my previous posts will be invalid by tomorrow evening. I am also posting the gimp .XCF file I used to create these labels.

      Label Background 2 in Blue (also available in Green, Orange, Purple, Red and Yellow)
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      Label Background 3 in Green (also available in Blue, Orange, Purple, Red and Yellow)
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      Label Background 4 in Orange (also available in Blue, Green, Purple, Red and Yellow)
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      Label Background 5 in Purple (also available in Blue, Green, Orange, Red and Yellow)
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      Label Background 6 in Purple (also available in Blue, Green, Orange, Red and Yellow)
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      Label Background 7 in Red (also available in Blue, Green, Orange, Purple and Yellow)
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      Label Background 8 (also available in Blue, Green, Orange, Purple, and Red)
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      Label Background 1 in Blue
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      Label Background 1 in Green
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      Label Background 1 in Orange
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      Label Background 1 in Purple
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      Label Background 1 in Red
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      Label Background 1 in Yellow
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      All of the label backgrounds shown above as well as the other colors mentioned are in the Gimp .xcf file I am providing a link to below. If you are familiar with Gimp and using layered graphic files, then you can use the file below to add your own backgrounds. You can edit the color, size and style of text and many other things. Once you have the visibe file looking the way you want, you can save the file as a jpeg and use it with most any label printing program. If you are unfamiliar with Gimp, it is a free open-source graphical editing software for Linux and Windows. If you don't have the time to mess with it and would like one of the backgrounds shown above in a different color, let me know and I will get a jpeg image to you via email.

      Here is the Gimp XCF file in zipped format.
      ubcd4win labels v2.zip It is almost 100MB so it could take a bit to download.

      I hope you like the images. Enjoy.

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        Posted 19 March 2009 - 11:26 PM

        Here is another UBCD4win edited with Gimp using a plaing blue background with Multi-colored text.

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          Posted 28 May 2009 - 01:25 PM

          If anyone is interested; here's my own simple label:

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          Just centre it up in your label printing software. And yes, the version number is supposed to drop off the edges! ;)
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            Posted 16 July 2009 - 01:44 AM

            Nice
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              Posted 23 September 2009 - 02:44 PM

              Has anyone tried doing a LightScribe version of the label? I'd love to see something like that.
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                Posted 23 September 2009 - 06:20 PM

                View Postzeb_carter, on 23 September 2009 - 01:44 PM, said:

                Has anyone tried doing a LightScribe version of the label? I'd love to see something like that.


                I use Lightscribe all the time for several things. Though it probably doesn't look as good as it could be (like a Lightscribe-specific label would), you can always lightscribe any one of the designs in this thread on a CD/DVD as long as it's just a standard image and it will do it's best with that color image. You could even use an image editor and greyscale the image first if you were worried about what it might look like. :)



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                  Posted 09 November 2009 - 09:43 AM

                  Hi,

                  Where can I find CD labels ? Those listed in this section seem to be no longer available.
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