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Oh good a convert!
The first time I used Windowshape was in 2002. 8-)

My own and only experience with printing was in 1972 (at the age of 10) when I worked on Saturdays for pocket money with Gestetner transparencies: they were made of some sort of gel; you typed through them. Then the thing was mounted on a drum that squeezed ink through the holes cut by the typewriter on a 'blanket', and then onto paper.
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richmond62 wrote: Tue May 21, 2024 11:08 am
Oh good a convert!
The first time I used Windowshape was in 2002. 8-)

My own and only experience with printing was in 1972 (at the age of 10) when I worked on Saturdays for pocket money with Gestetner transparencies: they were made of some sort of gel; you typed through them. Then the thing was mounted on a drum that squeezed ink through the holes cut by the typewriter on a 'blanket', and then onto paper.
That was a little before my time, I came into Printing with the Desktop Publishing explosion, around Photoshop 2, QuarkXPress 3 and (god awful) Aldus PageMaker 1or2 (and a few others, Aldus Freehand, Deneba Canvas, Multi-Ad creator, Corel Draw *yuck* ). I'm the guy that helped corp. cut a bunch of decent paying jobs, like Table-Film-Strippers and Dot Etchers (I knew a few of those guys, they did Photoshop stuff by hand, on film)... now they want desperately to do the same to people like me using AI or whatever they can. ...but I digress.

I like that splat, but the shadow has a white 'knockout' behind it, you could put shadow layer on its own layer and set it for darken transparent and then make your alpha channel window mask from that it would look better.
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