QUOTE(Bazzah @ May 24 2006, 02:36 PM) [snapback]3463[/snapback]
Have you checked the dupes and errors section?
Ahhh yes. My covers had been rejected due to having center 'holes'. I thought this was a little harsh, as the full picture is there - I simply applied a transparent mask, giving a faint outline of the non printable parts of the disc, including a transparent center hole, with the rest of the picture still visible beneath that. Non of which matters, when the label is finally printed onto a disc. By that reasoning, shouldn't any labels that have had their corners cropped off, leaving a just a circular Label, be rejected as well? If not, why not? :blink:
It seems that some Admin are approving my labels, holes and all and some are then deleting them afterwards and some are not. Case in point - run a search for Pendragon and you'll notice I've still got a few labels that haven't been deleted. So it appears this is just down to particular Admin on how they interpret the 'center hole' rule?
I myself prefer a complete image on a label. I also like to see exactly what would be lost when printing a label, without having to download it and loading it into my disc label print program. Which is why I thought a faint transparent mask, highlighting the non-printable areas of a label, would be of great use to people. Saves downloaders time and the site bandwidth. Which can only be a good thing right?
It's not really a problem for me, now that I know. I can simply hide the mask layer, resave and upload the label.