Lauren Ipsum

Etaoin, SH

Neque porro quisquam est qui dolorem ipsum quia dolor sit amet, consectetur, adipisci velit... ("There is no one who loves pain itself, who seeks after it and wants to have it, simply because it is pain...") — Cicero, De finibus bonorum et malorum, ~45 BCE

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comment Inserting page causes master to center\resize
Did you try creating a brand new document with master pages and the same master items? If it does the same thing, it's your ID prefs. If it doesn't, it's your document, and you'll need to extract the content and recreate it. Sometimes documents just corrupt.
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comment Is HelveticaNeue a good web/e-mail typeface if it can successfully embedded?
Is there that much of a difference with Helvetica Neue that you really absolutely honest-to-smurf have to have that font rather than just "Helvetica/Arial"? We're not even talking a huge distinction like Trade Gothic, Avant Garde, or Futura. You're talking about two different kinds of Helvetica. Why are you opening yourself up to so many kinds of technical difficulties for so little difference?
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answered Is HelveticaNeue a good web/e-mail typeface if it can successfully embedded?
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comment What is the expected target age for a YA (Young Adult) novel?
An excellent and thorough explanation.
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comment How to add fonts in InDesign when packaging?
Hi, and welcome to Graphic Design. This is an Adobe tech support question, which is off-topic for us.
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comment Designing "and", "or" Icons
Is there a reason you can't literally use AND and OR in little boxes?
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comment What irritates you in the area of Design?
Hi, and welcome to Graphic Design SE. Stack Exchange is not like other sites. We are not a discussion board. We require practical, answerable questions which have the potential to help others. This is an opinion question, and therefore not on-topic for us.
Oct
27
revised Change text in a downloaded .eps file
fixed typo
Oct
27
revised Chapter titles or numbers?
added 38 characters in body
Oct
26
answered Chapter titles or numbers?
Oct
26
comment Chapter titles or numbers?
Hi, and welcome to Writers. These are both good questions, but they're not related. Can you separate them so we can answer each one individually?
Oct
26
comment Do items on a list have to follow the order/logic of the previous one?
Ocean is way better. It's a solid thing which is infinitely large and vast.
Oct
26
comment Do items on a list have to follow the order/logic of the previous one?
@PaulA.Clayton I get the idea that the other person's knowledge puts him at a higher plane than the narrator, but then use "plane" or "pushed him out of my reach" or "obscured him from my sight" or something. The concept of "all this intelligence separates us" works. The word "mist" doesn't.
Oct
26
comment Do items on a list have to follow the order/logic of the previous one?
@what no, a mist is a fog, it's something you can't touch. A mist can't be formed of individual items.
Oct
26
comment Do items on a list have to follow the order/logic of the previous one?
I don't think it makes any difference which order you put them in, but I object to using "mist" to describe two very hard, down-to-earth concepts. Knowledge is concrete: I know something. Practicality is working with your hands, it's tactile, it's real. There is nothing nebulous or "misty" about either of those qualities.
Oct
26
comment Do items on a list have to follow the order/logic of the previous one?
"Bees and cows" sounds better because of the vowels. It goes from EE (high sound) to OW (low sound). OW is a finishing sound. "Cows and bees" ends the thought on a high note, and it sounds jarring.
Oct
25
comment Writing for the web: how do you submit your content
A reviewer of content has no input into layout. The web designer will lay it out him/herself, and at that point can print to PDF for the IT person.
Oct
24
comment On offering feedback to stories/novels/poetry
@Dal look under the editing tag on this site for some suggestions.
Oct
24
comment Why are two different CMYK colors printed equally?
@Scott it's 20% Cyan 100% Magenta, but even then, it's a bright pink vs. a muddy mauve pink. They should not look the same.
Oct
24
answered On offering feedback to stories/novels/poetry
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