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  • #31834
    Cassel
    Keymaster
    • 915
    • Superfan

    First of all, come and say HI once you register for this bootcamp.

    We want to know who else will be there, on our side to cheer everyone up.

    Everyone started as a beginner, so don’t ever compare yourself to others. You will learn one tool at the time, one concept at the time and you will create one project at the time. Everyone will have different photos and possibly different supplies so every project will be different.

    Once the Bootcamp is started, on July 22nd, you can post your pages in here.

    Remember to resize your image to about 600 pixels before uploading it so it won’t slow down the site when we have lots of your masterpieces. Try to follow the tutorials at least enough that we can recognize what lesson you completed.

    Now, let’s get ready !

    If you missed the registration link or if you found this thread before I announce it (some people are very observant), HERE it is. Share it around if you want.

    Although this bootcamp is mostly meant to help beginners, we won’t exclude anyone for “excess experience”. Some participants are back for a second round. You are always welcome. Remember that it will be the exact same tutorials so don’t be surprised. I am sure you will now do something slightly different than the previous time.

    #31888
    Lynn Young
    Participant
    • 18
    • Rookie

    Ready and now I have new ribbons to make, thank you Cassel.

    #31935
    Rhonda Gillette
    Participant
    • 13
    • Rookie

    quick question.  Do we have to have PSP 2019 or will PSP 2018 be ok?

    #31936
    Wanda (Sue) McGuire
    Participant
    • 103
    • Junior

    Toolbars I keep open are script, Standard, status and tools.  Pallets are Layers, materials and tool options.  I open others as needed.  My Workspace is Light gray and background color medium gray.  I do not like a bunch of clutter on my workspace.

    #31944
    Cassel
    Keymaster
    • 915
    • Superfan

    Rhonda, no, you don’t have to have PSP2019. In fact, 2018 is quite similar. This is the only “lesson” that might differ if you have a different version, but you can still follow all the other tutorials with any version.

    #31947
    Lyn Lou
    Participant
    • 22
    • Rookie

    Hello all.

    I use the complete Edit, with default black colour, and all toolbars showing except the organiser and the learning centre

     

    • This reply was modified 4 months, 2 weeks ago by Lyn Lou. Reason: updated
    #31948
    Rhonda Gillette
    Participant
    • 13
    • Rookie

    I put on a light gray Workspace and white background.
    I always like to keep the Materials and Layers pallets on.

    #31949
    patti parrish
    Participant
    • 15
    • Rookie

    I have my PSP set up they way you described in the video. However, I never realized you could hide the materials and layers toolbar to make more room to work, so now I did! Yea!

    patti

    #31951
    Linda
    Participant
    • 17
    • Rookie

    Hi!

    My name is Linda.  I have used PSP for 13 years, so I have “excess experience” in that area, but I am a total newbie at scrapbooking.

    I use a light grey workspace with a white background, although I change the background if I am working on a very light colored image.  I prefer to keep my layers and materials palette on the left side of the workspace, just to the right of my toolbar.  We all have our quirks!

    I’m looking forward to learning about scrapbooking.

     

    #31958
    mireille
    Participant
    • 66
    • Junior

    Hi,

    Here my workspace since PSP 9. I have enough space to work :

     

     

    #31959
    Linda J Walker
    Participant
    • 8
    • Rookie

    hi, my name is Linda.

    I like medium gray with a white background. For now, I like the layers palette open. BUt that depends what project I am working on.

    I used PaintShop Pro years ago, when it was Jasc. At some point I began using Photoshop Elements. But now I want to learn how to fully use PSP!

    #31960
    Jnet Allard
    Participant
    • 69
    • Junior

    Je travaille sur fond noir et je n’ai que les palettes matériaux et calques

    J’aime avoir de l’espace pour travailler

    Je suis prête à commencer

    #31986
    Edie
    Participant
    • 20
    • Rookie

    Here is my Layout it is rather basic.  I have another monitor to use if I need other pallets but I seldom do.

    #32003
    Eileen Wiersma
    Participant
    • 3
    • Rookie

    My name is Eileen & I live in New South Wales in Australia. My timeline is perhaps different to most so it is already the next day when my posts come in.  Have been using Psp for many years (my favorite is PSP 9) but have now decided to find out about 19.

    My user interface is light grey & my materials & layer palettes are docked on the right.

    How many tools should be shown on the tools palette or does it depend on the size of your monitor? Thanks for any help.

    #32010
    Cassel
    Keymaster
    • 915
    • Superfan

    Eileen, it will depend on your monitor resolution but also the size of the icons you choose. If you have a large monitor, you will see more. If you use a smaller monitor (or a lower resolution)and larger icons, you might see a little arrow at the bottom of the tools to scroll for the ones not showing.

    #32081
    Edie
    Participant
    • 20
    • Rookie

    Lesson 2 was an excellent tutorial even this old hand learned something new LOL.

    #32082
    Edie
    Participant
    • 20
    • Rookie

    How do I turn Tabs off? I have just gone through all the options in Preferences and don’t see it anywhere.

    #32083
    Ann Siegert
    Participant
    • 13
    • Rookie

    I use the black background and my pallets are tool, materials and layers.  Only use organization when dealing with large numbers of pictures in a group.  I use tabbed pictures.  My resolution is 300 dpi.  Have been using PSP for years and love Cassel’s instructions.  Am a Diamond member for several years now.  Working in this bootcamp because I ALWAYS learn something new when following Cassel.

    Ann S. from Texas

    #32084
    Wanda (Sue) McGuire
    Participant
    • 103
    • Junior

    Edie look under windows at top.  It seems like I remember that option thete

    #32086
    Linda
    Participant
    • 17
    • Rookie

    Edie, select Window from the Menu bar and then click on Tabbed Documents to uncheck it.

    #32087
    Edie
    Participant
    • 20
    • Rookie

    Thank you!

    #32089
    Edie
    Participant
    • 20
    • Rookie

    Here is my Sandwich.

    #32090
    Cassel
    Keymaster
    • 915
    • Superfan

    Edie, glad to hear that you learned something. As you see, if you have questions, there is always someone willing to help out! Keep it up!

    Thank you Wanda and Linda for helping Edie.

    Ann, I am always happy to see you join any of our activities!

    Linda J, I hope you will get really more comfortable with PSP. It is such a powerful program, yet very underestimated.

    Looking forward to see more sandwiches in the next few hours!

    #32092
    Linda
    Participant
    • 17
    • Rookie

    Time for lunch.

    #32093
    Rhonda Gillette
    Participant
    • 13
    • Rookie

    I can’t find the page for lesson 2 of bootcamp. I may have accidentally deleted the link from my emails this morning. Please help. Thanks….

    #32095
    Sara Jackson
    Participant
    • 4
    • Rookie

    Lunch is ready.

    #32096
    Cassel
    Keymaster
    • 915
    • Superfan

    Rhonda, I will resend you the email.

    #32101
    Linda J Walker
    Participant
    • 8
    • Rookie

    Having a picnic today.

    #32103
    Linda
    Participant
    • 17
    • Rookie

    Great idea, Linda J.  But where are the ants?  lol

    #32108
    Rhonda Gillette
    Participant
    • 13
    • Rookie

    My Lunch…. Learned how to drag from one layers to the other.  Never knew that in all these years of using PSP.  Thanks, that will come in handy.  : )

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