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    After finally getting to grips with the basics of TraceIT (once I'd learned which proggy to use) I have managed to create a few basic frames.
    Small fry for such illustrious Laser Gods that inhabit this forum but pleasing enough for a Laser Noob such as I.
    I present them here for your critique.

    One was previously posted on the TraceIT Tutorial thread but I have realised that all such files should be posted in this section of the forum.

    The beauty of early Alzheimers is that every day is a new learning experience.
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    You might also want to save them as .ild files.

    James.

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    .lds ..... . I twist Bohemian Rhapsody here: "I'm just a poor boy, I can't afford Pangolin...."
    Those who fail to grasp art are the ones who criticize it.

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    Sorry lads.
    You have to move on and not get stuck in the past.
    If you can't read 'em I suggest you upgrade to something that is suited for the 21st Century.

    I have been going through some ild frames that I've collected and, from the included comments, I can see some were made in Laserboy.
    Appaling blanking. Lines all over the place. Very amateurish.
    All the waffle about the technical merits of some long forgotten format etc. mean nothing to me.
    I don't really care.
    Al that matters to me is usability and results.

    Now I'm very much an amateur but I like to do the best I can so I'll probably pass on anything made with amateur software until it approaches professional standards (cus I can afford to and choose to do so)

    Although Pangolin is used by Professionals, it is usable by the little guys too and as long as you are prepared to put in the time, the results can be rewarding.

    After all, I didn't pay Rolls Royce prices for my software to have a Trabant experience.

    (I knew it was a mistake taking Tinkerbell off ignore).

    Here's the ild versions for the luddites.

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    Quote Originally Posted by soforene View Post
    Sorry lads.
    You have to move on and not get stuck in the past.
    If you can't read 'em I suggest you upgrade to something that is suited for the 21st Century.

    I have been going through some ild frames that I've collected and, from the included comments, I can see some were made in Laserboy.
    Appaling blanking. Lines all over the place. Very amateurish.
    All the waffle about the technical merits of some long forgotten format etc. mean nothing to me.
    I don't really care.
    Al that matters to me is usability and results.

    Now I'm very much an amateur but I like to do the best I can so I'll probably pass on anything made with amateur software until it approaches professional standards (cus I can afford to and choose to do so)

    Although Pangolin is used by Professionals, it is usable by the little guys too and as long as you are prepared to put in the time, the results can be rewarding.

    After all, I didn't pay Rolls Royce prices for my software to have a Trabant experience.

    (I knew it was a mistake taking Tinkerbell off ignore).

    Here's the ild versions for the luddites.

    Nice!

    You've just insulted me (again) and everyone else on the PL who appreciates alternative solutions.

    That says a lot about you!

    The funny thing is the parts you don't know about all of this would blow you away.

    James.

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    Wow, I actually don't care to view the frames now.
    Those who fail to grasp art are the ones who criticize it.

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    No worries lads.
    If you are so "sensitive" that my opinions upset you then your mom really shouldn't let you surf the net alone.

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    LOL, no, I am never upset by flatulence, I just move away from the smell.
    Those who fail to grasp art are the ones who criticize it.

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    Anyhoo..... Playtime's over and here's another one I knocked up.

    You know, I think I'm getting the hang of this tracing malarkey.
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    Default LOL

    There great thanx for the post
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