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Discussion in 'DSD 2018 Party Pad!' started by Tree City, Sep 29, 2018.
I kissed the Frog!
This is a favorite for potlucks - it's a nice update to ambrosia for fall. I always get requests for this recipe... because the sweet and salty hits all the right spots.
One of my fav' breakfast
I've uploaded to the dropbox ...
Everyone who has mentioned in here in the thread that they've uploaded to Dropbox: I have your recipe. At the end of the challenge, when I go though and make sure I didn't miss a recipe, I'll also double-check the Dropbox. (Though you don't have to include your recipe; I just want to make sure everyone who wants to swap is able to swap.) Thank you!
I did upload; however, I did not state it.
kissed the frog!
I did get yours, Krista! Not everyone had yet to upload when I posted that message, so I didn't know how to word it lol!
Quick reminder! All DSD challenges end at 11am ET tomorrow.
Grace, my DD saw your signature and avatar as I was scrolling through this thread. She said "Oh, I like how those match!" I thought I'd share with you.
Thank you for the wonderful comment. My beautiful avatar and signature is by Rebecca McMeen.
i waited too long to attempt this challenge and i seem to be having a problem with the technique. is there a way to do this in PSE18 or do you have to use ps cc? was trying to do a appetizer cheesy salsa bake- not so worried about the challenge deadline as much as i'd like to learn the tech any suggestions? thanks
I don't use PSE, so I don't know, but I do know that PSE should have the Character box, so you should still be able to change a font to superscript or subscript IF you're using a commercial font (like those found in Word or Adobe, like Arial). Just click on the corresponding box.
Please feel free to finish your card and post it in the gallery. If you tag me, then I'll see it, and I won't "close" the Dropbox link until tonight. This link might help you and @michelepixels as it's an Adobe article on character formatting.
thanks Sara; i'll check that resource now
Hopefully that helps. Sometimes settings can unintentionally mess with how Adobe behaves. (Wow, I make PS and PSE sound like toddlers lol, but it's true!) Perhaps it's a simple fix for you! Or, you can try writing your fraction in Word (if you're a PC like me) and change it in there--the text format settings are all visible under the Home tab. Then copy/paste into Adobe. It should work as long as your font is the same in both to make sure the superscript and subscript glyphs are available.
Just FYI: the challenge is closed, and I have everyone's recipe. YEA! Thank you all!
What are quinoapops?
woot woot! See the original post for winner information!