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    • It's true what they say..... dogs have masters and cats have servants.
    • Been there... had to do that. Once I found out how to call up a list of all the passwords and their sites in my computer's memory, I print out the list every month (as I change my passwords often as recommended). That way, I have the currrent ones as well as the previous ones.  I never want to have to go through that pain of loosing them all again. I hope that you get your passwords and accounts sorted out.
    • I think that working with vectors in any program is going to be tough. I am going to do a couple of Photoshop lessons later this year and see if it is any easier there. My preference is always PSP but I was tempted to use Photoshop for some specifical applications (like all the lovely styles that you find in scrapbooking bundles and in some of the online shops). I will probably switch back & forth once I master both. At least PSP is less expensive, there are way more free online tuitorials & Cassel is always helpful. With Photoshop, you sort of are thrown to the wolves. 
    • I believe that the adjective that you are looking for is  "mephistophelian"  derived from an evil spirit to whom Faust sold his soul.   
    • Lesson 3 went more smoothly as long as I zoomed in to add nodes, otherwise they end up all over the place. I do have a question. At the end of the classes, how do we delete all our admittedly poor first attempts at saving the shapes so that they do not clutter up our shapes library? I am sure that I will get better at these over time & I doubt that I will want to reuse my pathetic initial assignments. Can I just delete the pspimage file in my documents or do I have to also delecte them somehow from the shapes library?
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