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Old 01-03-2012, 03:21 PM   #287
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Originally Posted by skydive View Post
How I can change the names to english with the xcf file? I use the one Paola post and shows now the correct positions for the 902 , but this one looks clenaer!
Hi,

first of all you need gimp. This is a free (photoshop alike, if not better ) open source program. If you use Linux, it is already part of your distribution. If you are on Windows, it should not be a problem to get a binary. Even on Mac: no problem.

The xcf-extension for gimp is what psd is for photoshop.
If you open the xcf-file included in the zip, you can edit the text-layers separately from the picture-layer. I loaded up a quick screencast how to do this and Part 2 and moving textlayers This is only one - quick and dirty - way to handle this case. Normally one would also add one layer for each (transparent) icon and a separate empty background. Be aware, when you never worked with such a program: this is not like working with "Paint" You have to get used to it and work out your skills. Be patient

For other tutorials and the very good gimp-documentation, please have a look at that. And a tip: You should be able to export the xcf with gimp to a photoshop-file (psd) and open it with photoshop (I didn't test this).

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Last edited by apos; 01-05-2012 at 07:29 PM. Reason: 2nd video
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