Search

Results
Topic: Huge logo icons!
colorwash Posted: Wednesday, June 07, 2017 7:07:41 AM
Why do we see white-on-black pro badges for some and just regular text for others?
Topic: Design Tool Layer Editing
colorwash Posted: Wednesday, June 07, 2017 5:55:43 AM
This has consistently driven me nuts with things where a customer's photo is often placed beneath other layers such as decorations or frames.
Topic: Huge logo icons!
colorwash Posted: Wednesday, June 07, 2017 5:53:32 AM
Fuzzy Felosarix wrote:
The new larger avatars are more like what I'm used to seeing in other online forums. But I don't have a strong opinion either way on them.

I'm used to the larger size too. I think the shock value here is created, not just by the newness of it, but also by the fact that the other forums where we see larger avatars are much wider, meaning that the avatars take up a smaller percentage of the available space.
Topic: questiohn about copyright
colorwash Posted: Wednesday, June 07, 2017 4:55:48 AM
Maz wrote:
Also, it IS commercial use if Zazzle prints it and sells it to you. Selling is commercial use.

Coleen, digging a little deeper into what Maz says is the fact that Zazzle profits from it and so does the designer via the royalty whether it's for family or otherwise.
Topic: Please Zazzle, move the Zazzle inspirations farther down the page
colorwash Posted: Wednesday, June 07, 2017 2:56:56 AM
Checking randomly, making sure it was on products in collections not recently touched, I found the majority showed the collection immediately beneath the product display. I did find a few where the collection was missing, but since this is a very recent change, I assume it'll all eventually fall into line.

Of course I love the positioning of the collections. If it's still in the testing phase, I hope it pans out!

EDIT: I'm finding more than just a few where the collection is missing. What's interesting is that the collection will show for some of the products it contains but not for others. For instance, I have a squirrel collection where it's hit-and-miss.