Fond of Fonts! - issue 1Hello all!Fond of Fonts! - issue 1 by jelloween
As a crazy fontlover and typefreak, I think fonts are majorly short of attention here on deviantArt. I often receive comments saying something like 'ha, I didn't even know dA had a font-section!' (yes, there is, HERE). If you like fonts as much as I do, you'd agree it's about time the fontdesigners of dA step out of the shadow. And that's exactly what I'm going to try to establish with the Fond of Fonts newsletter!
So, what will you find in this issue? Of course foremost lots of font features. But for those of you that get excited by these and would like to dip their own fingers into font designing, I have also included links to interesting font discussion forums and useful tutorials.
I really hope you enjoy!
Weekly Help Desk Updates - Aug 1st, 2007Weekly Help Desk Updates - August 1st,2007Weekly Help Desk Updates - Aug 1st, 2007 by hexentanz
Welcome to the weekly Help Desk news. In these weekly updates we will attempt to bring you the most up to date information, as well as provide some helpful hints for super duper deviantART fun.
Coming soon to a news article near you 'FAQ Misconceptions - Squash Time". Featuring misconceptions such as, common bugs being listed in FAQ entries and suggesting such be added as entries.
Also coming up again soon we will be holding another Help & FAQ ad contest!
In other news this week you may notice a small change in the title of our weekly article. This change has been made by popular request of our international readers.
This week I would like to take the time to discuss multiple tickets. As of recent we have been experiencing numerous bugs that yes can be very irritating to
My art was stolen, now what?!You're casually browsing the internet when all of a sudden you see your art ripped on someone's myspace page, or elsewhere on the net, so what do you do?My art was stolen, now what?! by KissMyHuman
Well if you're an American citizen, you're protected under that infamous law known as the DMCA, or the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. If you right click your ripped image and select properties, youll be able to see the address where the image is hosted. If its photobucket or some other easily accessible site then you have it easy and you know where to go to find a support email address. If your image is hosted on a dot com, youll need to do a WhoIs search and the name server that is listed will usually give away the company that is physically hosting the site. You can then get in contact with most sites through a webmaster or support email if you take a quick look around their site.
So now you know where your image is, what company is hosting it, and how to get a hold of them, then you scratch your head and ask
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