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Old 08-13-2012, 01:44 PM   #31
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Jellby:

Yes, of course--I was looking for a way to make something we need to do easier. ;-) I looked at this first out of curiosity as to the software, but he mentioned it was being used for watermarking, specifically, and thus I pursued it further. However, as I said, it doesn't really suit our purposes, in terms of the process. For us, it's easier to watermark the books via css or an existing page until they are paid for. I mean--a page is a page is a page. If one has a thousand books sitting in a dir, yes, this would be spiffy; but if you're crafting them one at a time, regardless of how many are being done in a day, it's just another step, no different than adding a page that's already made by hand. (Because, of course, we'd also have to REMOVE them as the book went to its "new home.") Thus, probably easier to either wipe a class in CSS and pull an image, OR delete a pre-made page. As I said two posts ago, six of one, half-dozen of the other, as we say here (they are equivalent in terms of pros and cons).

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