Woodland for Producer plus Revised Wishing Well

I love old stuff–old metal, old paper, old wood, and an old, comfortable chair. In that spirit, Woodland slide styles were created with a handmade frame made of old, weathered wood. These five simple-to-use styles will work beautifully with nature and vintage themes.

Wishing Well card styles were long-past due to be updated, and I finally did it. Because of text layers, you’ll find it far easier work with the cover and inside messages. If you already own the styles (and use at least Producer 6), you’ll find a link on the product page to request your free update.

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Bug in Producer 8

There are two methods for replacing a layer. One is to drag-and-drop from the File List on the left. It works perfectly. What may not work perfectly is using the right-click-Select method. If the layer you’re trying to replace is supposed to be flipped (in the Adjustments tab), using the Select method in Producer 8 totally wipes out the setting. We third-party vendors use Flip periodically, so if you use the Select method, check to see if the layer is supposed to be flipped. Change your replacement method or remember to repair the Flip.

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4 Responses to Woodland for Producer plus Revised Wishing Well

  1. Derek Heritage says:

    I think that your comment about the bug in Producer 8 explains the problem very clearly.

  2. Des Thomas says:

    Hi Barbara,

    Your Woodland frame reminded me of some driftwood frames I saw in a restaurant in South Africa some 7-8 years ago. I created frames from the photos I took. Maybe they’ll appeal to your creative nature!

    Des

    • Des, it very much depends on the size, sharpness, and so forth. I constructed the Woodland frames using a closeup photo of weathered wood, working with it as if I were a carpenter. It was a lot of fun!

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