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  1. Here are some 35mm and 4x5 filmstrip templates which can be easily reused in AD/AP as photo borders, or for other sort of image presentations etc. - Each of these templates does contain always two (in past times) popular analog film brand looks, so you can switch between them through enabling/disabling layers, or modify/add your own additional ones. There is always also an indicated image place section, where you can mount your photos in. AD/AF Templates: 35mm_film_template.afdesign 4x5_film_template.afdesign 35mm_strip_template.afdesign Examples:
  2. I started working with dropping photos into frames this week and ran into problems. Previously with some of the betas this worked but I noticed two issues with the MAS version. 1. When I try to select the slider Publisher won't let me grab it and disappears before I do so. 2. The slider will be located far off from the image. With some of the betas it was neatly positioned under the photo. Now there seems to be no rhyme or reason for it's position. I just end up using the preset framing positions located under the right click menu. At least this gives me some control but, or course, I can't be exact.
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