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Once you open an image on the canvas (import, or drag and drop) make sure it is selected and then look at the EDIT INSPECTOR. There is a plus (+) button with a downward facing triangle; click that and then select “Core Image Effect Group”. You will now have a CORE IMAGE EFFECT section in the EDIT IN...
Absolutely, in fact if these fonts are already in your Mac, once you install and load Graphic Design Studio they will carry over and will be available in your font selection within Graphic Design Studio.
Below is a list of the Windows Products that have been discontinued and are no longer supported.  There is limited support available in the form of online user manuals and Knowledgebase articles * DiskTools Pro (discontinued March 2016) * Email Campaign (discontinued January 2015) * MacBurn...
Once you have installed and registered Graphic Design Studio launch the application. Launch Graphic Design Studio and three screen or windows will come up. You will have your canvas with the tool bar, the edit inspector, and  your layers palette. If these do not come up, you can access them by click...
PDF attached has the owners manual for the NEW Graphic Design Studio. 
Apple no longer supports this feature on Mac OS X 10.9 and later, so this feature is disabled for anyone running Mavericks. You can still use this feature if you are running Mac OS X 10.7 or 10.8.
On the toolbar you will find the 'graphics' button. Click on it and browse through our vector graphics and objects included with Graphic Design Studio. Once you have selected it, click 'Add to Canvas' at the bottom. Or, you can double click on your graphic/object and it will import into the Canvas
There are two things that could have happened. If you used Desktop Genie, then your files should have been moved and organized within a folder on your desktop called Desktop Genie; simply search through this folder to find everything that used to be located on your desktop. If you still do not see a...
You must have turned the Show hidden files option on in System Tweaks. Just turn it off and all the hidden files will go away.
First of all, this could mean you don’t have read/write permission for the user running macOptimum. Change the user permissions from read only to read/write and you should then be able to run all the features of macOptimum. If this still does not work, it could be a problem with “sudoer” on your Mac...