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Posted 31 March 2013 - 08:30 AM

These are two simple 'blank' images I made from the branding background, expanded out to the correct sizes for the logo (358x64) and meta image (208x70)
 
They are provided simply as a quick very easy alternative to use to edit for a logo for those who do not have any software capable of editing a .psd file, ie from the IP.Board GDK.
 
Although using these instead of the .psd will not provide as nicer result, as they do not have the central highlighted effect given they are basic .png's they can be easily edited by nearly every paint package available and may be quite sufficient, even if for a temporary logo.
 
Instructions on their use are provided in a readme.

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