Two questions actually: First, does CD-LabelPrint 1.4 work with Windows 10 (64-bit)?
I am using Photoshop Elements (.PSD) files for labels.
Currently I have 300+ Photoshop Elements image files (8.27" x 11.6") with specific center hole placement. I print directly to CD form these CD label images.
Is it possible to design one's label within Photoshop Elements (12) and then copy/paste .PSD images onto the CD-LabelPrint screen?
Is there a CD-LabelPrint version compatible with Windows 10?
I'm trying to adjust the inner circle down to 20mm for my verbatim media. However, the starting point is 43mm, and it will only let me adjust down by 10mm to 33mm. The top of the page mentions that it can go down to 17mm. So how do I adjust down below 33mm?
My Canon Pixma MG 3530 has given up the ghost. I am replacing it with a brand new Canon MG 7550. Will I be able to use CD-Label Print with it? This is essential as I have a number of label files that I do not want to convert, but use as they are.
I just don't succeed in getting arc-shaped text. The Help menu says: "Go to Alignment, then choose Justified". I can't find Justified anywhere. I've tried to find the right anchor and drag it towards the inside of the test-box. I use CD-Labelprint version 1.4.2 and the program came with the Canon iP4700 printer. Can you help?
CD-LabelPrint is a very useful program, but the maximum working print diameter for CD/DVD is 118mm. I want to enlarge that to 120mm because with 118mm there is always been left an awful white circle up to 1 mm line-width. Can you help?
Have just downloaded the latest version for Windows 7 64bit, but the only printer I can use this software with is Canon 9500. I would like to use my Canon 8500. How can I do this?
cannon printer mg6150