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Topic: If no gridless calendar option, please add a few grids that work on dark backgrounds
Tabz Jones Posted: Tuesday, June 18, 2019 3:54:40 PM
PetsDreamlands wrote:
Padie wrote:
Thanks for your suggestion. I have passed this along! Smile

Thanks Padie Roses
Thinking about, a only numbers without grid lines, but more compact than the large numbers, would be more suitable than the mentioned combo under pt 1. Besides a lighter version of the large numbers. Starving Artist is right, the grid lines wouldn't make sense on dark backgrounds, they would even be disturbing.

Unless you take the easiest path and gift the more artistic designers a gridless option - that would be AWESOME and bring back unique artistic calendars on Zazzle.


We used to have a gridless option. I used them as collectible art books and put out a new one every year. When they took the option away I had to remake all of my art books and they lost all MP rank. They don't sell near as well as actual calendars as they did as poster books.Sad

I would love to have the option back. Pretty please Z Team?

Topic: If no gridless calendar option, please add a few grids that work on dark backgrounds
Tabz Jones Posted: Tuesday, June 18, 2019 3:54:40 PM
PetsDreamlands wrote:
Padie wrote:
Thanks for your suggestion. I have passed this along! Smile

Thanks Padie Roses
Thinking about, a only numbers without grid lines, but more compact than the large numbers, would be more suitable than the mentioned combo under pt 1. Besides a lighter version of the large numbers. Starving Artist is right, the grid lines wouldn't make sense on dark backgrounds, they would even be disturbing.

Unless you take the easiest path and gift the more artistic designers a gridless option - that would be AWESOME and bring back unique artistic calendars on Zazzle.


We used to have a gridless option. I used them as collectible art books and put out a new one every year. When they took the option away I had to remake all of my art books and they lost all MP rank. They don't sell near as well as actual calendars as they did as poster books.Sad

I would love to have the option back. Pretty please Z Team?

Topic: Shelli in OK -- Hope you are okay
Tabz Jones Posted: Sunday, May 26, 2019 2:01:50 PM
They've pushed the flood crest back until late Tuesday evening and now they're saying it could reach 42 feet or higher over flood stage. They have already closed most of the roads coming in to the south side of Fort Smith from Barling and Fort Chaffee. By Tuesday Van Buren will be completely cut off from Fort Smith. Moffet, Dora, and Roland Oklahoma are in the direct path and nearly all outlying communities are under evac orders.Including the local behavioral hospital. They are on stand by for evac which means all of the patients could end up at the county jail until they can relocate them. It's just a mess.

My husband is a professional mover and he has been working 18 hour days nonstop getting people and as much of their belongings as they can out of their homes and into storage units on higher ground. The house they moved yesterday was the worst so far. They had to move everything out onto the front lawn before loading it into the truck because the water was already coming in the back door.

Shelli, I was in Fort Smith in 1996 when the F4 came through. It took out my garage, lifted my roof and tore out my 80 year old maple tree by the roots. My aunts house was destroyed.I know that blank look of shock well. The entire northside looked like a war zone. It took us 2 hours to walk the 9 blocks to her house the next morning because we had to dodge downed trees and power lines.

We lived less than 5 miles from Mountainburg last year when the high school was taken out by one. You neverforget that sound.

Shelli, PM me on FB if you want to keep in touch. https://www.facebook.com/gothictoggs

ALMOUNT, stay safe and keep us posted. This is the worst spring I've seen in a long time.

Love
Topic: Shelli in OK -- Hope you are okay
Tabz Jones Posted: Saturday, May 25, 2019 10:37:23 AM
Things aren't getting any better. All of the rain has now flooded out the Arkansas river. It's expected to crest at 41 feet above flood stage sometime tomorrow. According to the Army Corp of Engineers website,it's the worst flooding in the Fort Smith area in recorded history. It might actually cut Fort Smith off from the west and north.

We will be fine up on the hill, but I feel for everyone in town. Sad

Photo from the website (the green is the projected flood plain):



Stay safe Shelli. Check in when you can. That goes for anybody else in our area.

Love Tabz
Topic: A word to the wise...
Tabz Jones Posted: Friday, May 24, 2019 7:58:53 AM
chefcateringbizcards wrote:
I wish they had a label that was 2" or 2.25, but you either have to get the 1.5 which is too small for a lot of things, then it jumps to a massive 3" which is too big/expensive.


Yup, this my problem as well. I solved the issue with my lip balm labels by turning them sideways on the large Avery label. It means I will have to cut each one in half, but that's better than a bad fit.



The perfume bottles and soap labels should print just fine.

* Thank you PetsDreamlands for the tip. I did what you suggested and checked everything at accurate size.

I can't wait to get to work on this project.Happy