Tube sites with a search bar?

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Tube sites with a search bar?

Postby chaitereye » Wed Apr 06, 2005 1:42 pm

Does anyone know any PSP tube sites that have a search bar so I don't have to weed through dozens of tubes I don't need?
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Postby HaraldHeim » Thu Apr 28, 2005 3:29 pm

You can try
http://thepluginsite.com/search/graphicsgalaxy.htm
but a lot of the link are already outdated. So many tube sites come and go that it means too much work to keep track of them.

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Postby chaitereye » Thu Apr 28, 2005 6:24 pm

Thanks, Harry! Works great.
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Postby ha_ma » Sun May 01, 2005 10:10 am

Hi,

I agree with the reply of the continously changes but here is a tip that may help you once you got a side that suits you (or more) .... Use Adobe Acrobat to compile the web site with all the tubes (or other thumbnails) into a PDF file. That way you can easily search it afterwards offline for a specific one you want to download again. That works with anything that's graphic from font collection to whatever you need. Just catch the whole thing as a website download and - not - a printout. That way you simply click on the one you want, it opens the browser and goes right away to the file.

Ever thought about this ?

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Postby Concetta31 » Sun May 01, 2005 9:34 pm

ha_ma wrote:Hi,

I agree with the reply of the continously changes but here is a tip that may help you once you got a side that suits you (or more) .... Use Adobe Acrobat to compile the web site with all the tubes (or other thumbnails) into a PDF file. That way you can easily search it afterwards offline for a specific one you want to download again. That works with anything that's graphic from font collection to whatever you need. Just catch the whole thing as a website download and - not - a printout. That way you simply click on the one you want, it opens the browser and goes right away to the file.

Ever thought about this ?

HaMa


Wow...that is a ROCKIN Idea!!! does that work w/ the free version of acrobat? hmmmmm


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