What is the most commonly used program....

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  1. GameSoul
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    I've been thinking of making some of my own sigs and avatars for a change and I want to find a good program with nice looking text. Anyone know where I would find any?
     
  2. zidane_genome

    zidane_genome My sword has a +2 bleeding... wanna test it out?

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    Photoshop CS3

    You can find it in your local computer software store
     
  3. GameSoul
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    How about ARRRRR? [​IMG]
     
  4. da_head

    da_head A dying dream..

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    Toronto, Canader!
    of course. quite easy to find...

    google is ur friend [​IMG]
     
  5. science

    science science rules

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    Easily! Go now, now, NOOOW!
     
  6. Raika

    Raika uguu

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    Google is my best friend and is always there when i need him [​IMG]
     
  7. psycoblaster

    psycoblaster Divine

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    torrents work the best
     
  8. mercluke

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    cs3 sux teh balls, use version 7. older but much betterer (IMO)
     
  9. wichiandy

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    Either CS3, CS2, CS, or ver.7 have the same power to create massive effects. Quite enough to make a little siggy and avatars [​IMG]
     
  10. Killermech

    Killermech Cookie Monster

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    I would recommend from CS2 and up. For the simple reason that you can preview the fonts directly from inside the program, which makes it alot less troublesome if you have lots of fonts.
     
  11. The Teej

    The Teej Also known as The Tjalian

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    If you don't fancy buying or pirating Photoshop, there's always Paint.net or GIMP, both of which are completely free. You can also find loads of plugins for various features and stuff if you don't like what it comes with by default.