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aka Nick Volkert
is a 33.41 year old
has been a part of the Threadless community for 4 years, 2 months!
has scored 25549 submissions, giving an average score of 3.02, helping 566 designs get printed.
if you have a valid/working version of the creative suite, there's really no reason to have it. the only plus is if you're a working professional and always have to upgrade with the latest version to keep pace with the industry. i also think it's great for hobbyists, they can get a program or two ala carte, for the monthly fee and don't have to drop $600 to $2000 to get a licensed copy. i signed up because I thought that adobe was being dicks and rejecting my serial numbers after I migrated the programs over from another computer (ended up working after I did a clean install) and also I've had some bugs working with dreamweaver, i'm hoping the live updates to the programs on start up will keep it relatively bug-free. and also: it's a tax write off for me since i'm a working professional.
posted 12 hours, 20 minutes ago in Anyone tried Adobe Creative Cloud, sucker thing or not?
signed up, don't get to play until mid june.
posted 12 hours, 25 minutes ago in Anyone tried Adobe Creative Cloud, sucker thing or not?
the letter D resets the colors back to black and white in p-shop and illustrator. X toggles between them. when you're in the brush tool, clicking any of the number keys sets the opacity to that percent 1 = 10%, 2 = 20% and so on.
posted 1 day, 15 hours ago in Photoshop / Illustrator tricks you never knew existed
ruh oh. DQ.
posted 2 days, 11 hours ago in THREADWARS 6 - FINAL ROUND! VOTE!
3.55 back on the old site.
posted 1 week ago in What's your highest non-printed score?
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