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    Denise Mueller
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      Carole,

      I’m getting the “hang of it”.   You’ll notice that I “mirrored” the tag.  Maybe that was a “faux pas” to have the arrow pointing the other way but I wanted it where it was not hiding anything important.

      Also, I never could Flood fill my Raster 1.    It just was not showing anything.  I had to add a colored paper and then change the color to white.  I can not understand why the Flood fill did not work on my bottom Raster.   It was highlighted and both colors were white in the materials palette.

      #40863
      Cassel
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        • Superfan

        Denise, one common “issue” is that the Mode might be set to something other than None. Can you check that?

        #43517
        Mary Solaas
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          I just finished my 2nd module.  I didn’t have the alpha, so I used the one that came with the “Love Spoken Here” kit. I used the flower, bubble strings, papers and other elements from Gina Jones Pretty Birds kit.  I didn’t have a banner, so I played with the shadow on a separate layer with the flower and the “bubble” word elements to give the effect of a shadow behind the elements.  I did give shadows to the letters and changed the color.  I am still having fun with the Color Fill tool and the Color Changer tool.  Each does something different.  For instance, I used the Color Changer tool to change the colors to the “bubble” word elements in order not to cover the words.  That was a neat trick to tone down the colors in the bright background paper.  Oh, I also changed the direction of the stripes in that paper – it was originally horizontal, but I turned it around using the pick tool.  I believe, though, that there is a simpler way to do it but I am not sure where to find it.

          #43520
          Cassel
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            • Superfan

            Mary, if you want to rotate a paper, you can go to Image > Rotate > Free rotate and choose 90 degrees there. It tends to require less resources than the Pick tool.

            #43523
            Mary Solaas
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              Thanks – that’s the one.

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