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  • #82643
    cindy harris
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    Thank You

    I have keyworded myself out with every word and it all leads me to nowhere ville lol   Thought I found it 10 times

    to so hungry I should try to for real find a sandwich,      ty Rene  🙂   ill hunt food then come rehunt my sandwich.

    #82645
    cindy harris
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    So hard  been on every page but the right one that says any keywords

    maybe I have to restart my computer,  oh this is so hard   Rene your nice  thank You  Promise I am trying hard.

    #82646
    cindy harris
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    • Enthusiast

    done tytyty all

    #82651
    Jannette Nieuwboer-Dons
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    • 179
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    Julie and Cindy, DON’T GIVE UP.  You are so close now. Take all the clues there are given. Dig deeper to find gems and think of the victory. It feels like being a winner to get them all. price or no price YOU ARE A WINNER WHEN YOU FIND THEM ALL. 🎖🏆

    #82652
    Paula Hawthorne
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    • 3
    • Rookie

    Are there any new hints for 6,9 and 11? those are all i need thank you.

    #82653
    Jannette Nieuwboer-Dons
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    • 179
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    We have to keep the RULES Paula. 😁

    #82655
    Cassel
    Keymaster
    • 2508
    • Superfan

    Hint for #11

    I can still use PSP even if I have a low vision.

    #82656
    Cassel
    Keymaster
    • 2508
    • Superfan

    Don’t give up. I don’t want anyone to end up with unfinished puzzles. I will give additional hints, tomorrow if you are still stuck, but so far, scroll back on this thread as many hints have been given.

    #82657
    Diane Lochala
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    HALLELUJAH! The email with the jpeg was sent!

    This treasure hunt was fun and sometimes frustrating, due to my internet lagging and responding slowly. I learned that if I tried to use the search feature for keywords, I would receive the dreaded ****Forbidden**** LOL

    I have learned many unfamiliar terms, tricks, and ways to enjoy digital scrapbooking and expand my knowledge of PSP.

    Thank you, Carole!

    Diane

    #82658
    Rene Marker
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    • 192
    • Junior

    Clever Jannette, very clever.

    #82659
    Diane Lochala
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    • 30
    • Rookie

    I have a question, and I looked through the forum for the correct place to post. I will start here because I loved the fun of the puzzle!

    If I purchase a PSP puzzle script, will I be able to use/post the puzzles I create on my blog? Will the puzzle procedure work on a webpage?

    Please redirect me if there is another area I should ask this question.

    Diane

    #82660
    cindy harris
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    • 429
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    Hi Diane,

    I bought the psp puzzle script,  You can buy it and do so much! Like what you said on your blog You all are

    so talented.

    #82661
    Cassel
    Keymaster
    • 2508
    • Superfan

    Diane, you should be able to do the same thing I did. I ran the script on an image, then separated all the pieces (they were all on separate layers), saved them as png, zipped them, and put clues in different locations with a link to download the zip file. Drop me an email if you need more details.

    #82662
    Ann Seeber
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    • Superfan

    Update: I have been out of touch for a few days, celebrating my granddaughter Ilana’s wedding and now my eldest daughter, Debbie, from California is staying with me so I’m not able to do much. I did get nine puzzle pieces but need 7 more to finish.

    Not sure how long I have to participate. I’ll be back Monday at the latest. Good luck, y’all!

    #82663
    Paula Hawthorne
    Participant
    • 3
    • Rookie

    Thank you Carol,all i need is #9..I have found so many new things.This has been a great way to tour the site and get a fresh look at everything it has to offer. Sorry,I knew that was the wrong number..LOL

    #82664
    Cassel
    Keymaster
    • 2508
    • Superfan

    Paula, an additional hint has been given a bit before. Just scroll up a bit.

    #82672
    cindy harris
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    I read our Teacher asking someone, don’t remember who, but I listened and didn’t give up and got mine done and emailed to Carole 🙂  so happy I didn’t think ild be able to do it, for me it was hard.   So happy I didn’t quit now.

    #82673
    Anonymous
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    Cindy – you are a great example to the rest of us of not giving up, thank you for that

    #82681
    Sharon Murray
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    • 74
    • Junior

    I am stuck on three, going to look through and see if I can figure it out with some hints.  This has been such fun but very informative, too.  I found found so many things I hadn’t taken the time to look for before!  Thank you you so much, Carole!

    #82683
    Julie Magerka
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    • 137
    • Junior

    Oh Carole, now I learn that the pieces don’t need to be rotated or flipped! And someone else mentioned they go into the base in the order they are numbered!!!!! Now, I just HAVE to go back and start again with inserting the pieces! Thanks for encouragement all. But not tonight….sleep.

    #82686
    Linda J Walker
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    • 142
    • Junior

    “Midnight on September 11” — Midnight where? In my time zone, or your time zone?

     

    #82689
    Cassel
    Keymaster
    • 2508
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    Linda… likely when I go to bed (Atlantic time zone) 😉

    #82700
    Jannette Nieuwboer-Dons
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    • 179
    • Junior

    I woke up very early today, at 6 am. so I did the first tutorial iv found during the puzzle tour. this was it. Thank you, Sue and Carole it will be a great help with choosing fonts.

    #82708
    Leslie Gifford Cook
    Participant
    • 39
    • Rookie

    In search of another hint for #12.  I’m just not getting it with “half hour to do” and “spooky video”.

     

    Found it – Moving on to putting the puzzle together and sending to Carole.

    #82713
    Cassel
    Keymaster
    • 2508
    • Superfan

    Here are summarized hints added in this thread, and for other clues:

     

    Hint for #1:

    Sometimes, you want to shop on Amazon.

    Hint for #2:

    All those supplies need to be saved in their proper location.

    Hint for #3:

    You can also swap heads with anyone else.

    Hint for #4:

    There are more than 100 classes but only one is free.

    Hint for #5:

    PaintShop Pro can use many types of files.

    Hint for #6:

    You can snap to the guides and pull them from the rulers.

    Hint for #7:

    That is the founding story about Carole and the Campus.

    Hint for #8:

    Did you check all the resources listed in the menu?

    Hint for #9:

    There is “the new” way and the “old way” to set up your PSP.

    Hint for #10:

    I also have tips and tricks about colored focus and interlacing in that section.

    Hint for #11

    I can still use PSP even if I have low vision.

    Hint for clue #12

    It took at least half an hour of that class to show how to turn someone into a witch. That was a spooky video.

    Hint for #13:

    The “sandwich” helps teach beginners about layers in that class.

    Hint for #14:

    This is the only site where you can generate your own challenge.

    Hint for #15:

    Today, we have an event listed in the calendar (it is a Q&A)

    Hint for #16:

    Did you ever share a testimonial with others about the Campus?

    Come on! This is the last day. I want you to succeed, so let us know if you are still stuck. We will help!

    Remember to visit the various sections of the Campus. They are listed in the menu on top of most pages, but there are also a few more in the footer!

     

    #82718
    Sharon Murray
    Participant
    • 74
    • Junior

    Whew I finally managed to finish this last night!  Some things were not found exactly where I would think they would have but I found so many other things along the way!  This was so much fun and I do love what was done with the puzzle script!

    #82719
    fiona cook
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    • 111
    • Junior

    Thank you for the additional hints Carole and your comments Rene and Suzy. I had another look and found number 2 but numbers 5 & 9 have alluded me.  I have found articles for PSD supplies but no balloon. Sorry. I can send my incomplete puzzle but I have failed.  Now run out of time. Sorry.

    #82720
    Cassel
    Keymaster
    • 2508
    • Superfan

    Fiona, check the italicized words in the hints.

    #82722
    Jannette Nieuwboer-Dons
    Participant
    • 179
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    Tanks Rene for your kind words. 🥰

    #82723
    Susan Ewart
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    • 745
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    Fiona,  #5:  I wish I knew “SEVEN” yrs ago about which “FILE TYPES YOU CAN USE” .  I would have “BLOG”ged about it.

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