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Old 09-22-2013, 05:36 PM   #531
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Both would be cool and really take it to the next level. What about the option of changing the fonts and the perma cap In the Tag lines?

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Old 09-26-2013, 01:58 AM   #532
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So i've made my first update to the site in a year. Feels good to be back on a fun project rather than my day job. This evening I coded up a new colour for all the labels. So now each label has 4 colours to pick from. My next task is to make it so more of the labels work with foreign characters like umlauts. Then I'll crack into designing a new label for the site. Anything else you guys want to see? I noticed a few people talking about back labels and neck labels? That might be a nice feature.
Is there a germanic font that is a tidge easier to read?

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Old 09-26-2013, 03:22 AM   #533
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Here are a few that I have made using beer labelizer and jam labelizer which works pretty well. I'll add my comments as to what would be awesome if you could make it work for each label:

This label is cool. The only thing I would like to change is the ability to change the letter within the circle.



The only thing I would like (and I would really like this), is to be able to make the picture smaller or larger (zoom in or out).

I love the photo ones. Making more templates with the ability to add a photo would be killer.

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Old 09-30-2013, 02:15 AM   #534
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andybiggs, Herr Doctor, How about having a setup to automatically drop six labels onto a letter sized sheet?

I have the programs an ability, but some may not.

I use MS Word.
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Old 09-30-2013, 11:08 AM   #535
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So, it seems I'm having the same problem now as many others in that the site doesn't remember me as a premium member. There is no place to enter a code, but I can't find the email anyway. It seemed good at first, but this is an annoyance.

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Old 09-30-2013, 01:50 PM   #536
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andybiggs, Herr Doctor, How about having a setup to automatically drop six labels onto a letter sized sheet?

I have the programs an ability, but some may not.

I use MS Word.
This would definitely be a nice option. Having to size the image and fit them onto a page to be printed isn't all that hard, but it would be cool to have them automatically setup up with a standard size for a 12 oz. bottle.

I haven't labeled my beers much lately, but I was just starting to think about doing a batch to give away for the holidays and definitely plan on doing labels for those gifts.
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Old 09-30-2013, 03:44 PM   #537
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I saved the e-mail link in my homebrew file so I can just use that. you guys have to think of seperate file folders for things to keep'em seperated. Easier for me that way. I def like the added color choice. I use your label generator for beers I ship to friends & family. also,an easier to read Old English/Germanic font would be nice. Here's a few labels I did with your program;
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The font on the Buckeye Burton label could be a bit clearer. Otherwise,the label suits the sort used back in the day for such an ale.

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BoomerHarley Was this just for fun, or are you somehow intertwined with that brewery? My wife and our friends are mesmerized by their Milk Stout.



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Good job man. Get some ads on there, start raking in those pennies!

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I honestly had no idea they existed. This beer won a bronze medal (as Left Hand Brewing Co). My girlfriend even made me a really cool sign for my brew shack. Then I realized there was a friggin' brewery named that. Argghgghghgh.

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