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Thread began 11/17/2009 12:13 pm by h150477 | Last modified 11/17/2009 12:17 pm by h150477 | 1060 views | 1 replies


Where is this file?

Has anyone located the following file:
On the first page of Working with Rounded Corner Layouts in CSS Sculptor, it says under What do you need to start (last two lines)
Import into the CSS Sculptor Preset Manager.

Can anyone point me in the correct direction?

Also has anyone managed to work through the article and come up with a usable design?
I got right to the end and saved a preset. Then the file disappeared and was not to be found on the system.

However, when I opened a new sculptor page, it returned so I saved the file to my folder. What a load of rubbish it turned out to be. Colours all mixed up, some round corners and some square. Its too big to post and I have not got the time to make it smaller. I usually can follow a set of instructions, but I have gone through this one now 6 times with nothing like a result.
Looks like I have bought a pig in a poke!

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