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I rarely use the photos from that gallery too, as I usually have something
particular on my mind and just import it :) I just adored that image :))
Honestly, I rarely use the photos stored. Not only is it a pain to search, but I tend to get my inspiration from sources outside of CL. I picked this picture up from pixelgirlpresents.com when I was searching for a new desktop image.

novrain62 wrote:
Marco!_Polo
I did what ycc wrote about and I got the picture image, but
it's not connected to the other palettes that way. it's hard to find
a picture (i.e. i have no patience for scrolling endless images) and
most pictures are saved as UNnamed (I for one don't know how to
add a name or a description) so searching for a particular image
is next to impossible?
Marco!_Polo
I did what ycc wrote about and I got the picture image, but
it's not connected to the other palettes that way. it's hard to find
a picture (i.e. i have no patience for scrolling endless images) and
most pictures are saved as UNnamed (I for one don't know how to
add a name or a description) so searching for a particular image
is next to impossible?
Where's Sebastian??? hahaha
Cute image :) ♥
You covered everything I know about adding custom pics! If I discover something new before you (which is highly unlikely since you're super on top of this stuff!) I'll be sure to send you a note :)

ycc2106 wrote:
I didn't know..
you can open any pic you see like this in Photocopa, just get the pic ID you see in the URL and put it like this:
http://www.colourlovers.com/photocopa/l/i/114562

PS: I added a new PHOTOCPA tutorial page to write this
There's not much yet. If you happen to know any tricks, please share them! =)
I didn't know..
you can open any pic you see like this in Photocopa, just get the pic ID you see in the URL and put it like this:
http://www.colourlovers.com/photocopa/l/i/114562

PS: I added a new PHOTOCPA tutorial page to write this
There's not much yet. If you happen to know any tricks, please share them! =)

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