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    Book Rack Anyone?

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    Is anyone interested in a tutorial on how I created the display style? Or the text on the curved spine of the book?
    Irony: The opposite of Wrinkly

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    Hey Dave, I would love to see a tutorial on any of the SU projects. Really having trouble learning this program. Been trying to go back thru all your posts for tips.
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    Have a nice day.
    Lori

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    Lori, I'll get started on a tutorial then for the display style. It sounds like you might want some more basic stuff. If you'd like some specific help just ask. Either start a thread or send me a PM. If I've already got something to answer your questions, I'll post a link. Otherwise I can do something up. If you don't want to start a thread, either PM me or add your request to the sticky thread I put up asking for tutorial ideas.
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    Thanks Dave. Something basic sounds pretty good. I have slowly been trying different things, while following along with the SU tutorials at google. Part of the problem is I don't have alot of time to devote to this, but I keep on trying. Any help is greatly appreciated.
    Have a nice day.
    Lori

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Richards View Post
    ...Is anyone interested in a tutorial on how I created the display style? Or the text on the curved spine of the book?
    Yes to both questions. I've admireed that book rack design since I first saw it, and I'd be interested in seeing how you did the display style. And cats and springy doorstops are always a good mix.
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    Vaughn, I have to give credit for the book title to my brother, Steve. He says he's been reading it and I can only guess that he finds it a gripping story. He said the next book on his list of must reads is from the How It Works series called Salt Shakers. He's in to some pretty heavy reading.

    I'll work on the text tutorial tomorrow. cheers.
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    Also interested, as much for the plans as for the SU techniques. Thanks.

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    Oops. I thinkk I got side tracked and didn't do the text on the book thing yet. I'll try to do that soon.

    As far as the plans for the bookrack, you should contact D. Mac McDonnel since it is his design.
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