Custom Layouts 3/3 - Adding graphics

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    Norbert Csibra

    Hi, after added graphics, how can I check how would it look like with a specific keycap color?

    The keycap colors only supported by the designer, but the designer does not show the custom legends.

    So how can I preview the custom graphics with the keycap colors?

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    Paige

    Hi,

     

    Our online designer tool is not set up to display custom files, due to the reformatting that would be required, sorry. One option would be to fill in your key colors on a layer in your file, to get a better idea of what it will look like. We can also create a preview for you before we go to print,  if you request it in your order comments.

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    Teroshki

    After I have finished everything, do I have to save it as a jpeg

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    Paige

    Once you finish your custom layout file, make sure your fonts are converted to vector shapes, then save it. We need it to stay the same file type as it was originally.

    Images within the custom file can be jpegs, but the actual template file should be an svg, or an ai if you're using Illustrator instead.

    Let us know if you have any other questions.

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    Philip Marshall

    Is it required that custom images be clipped in a .svg file for them to be used, or is that just to allow us to get a preview of what it will look like? Also, is it possible to use multiple images on a single template?

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    Paige

    We recommend that large images spanning multiple keys should be clipped, but we can still work with it as long as the image is placed where you want it. You can use more than one image on a single template, that's fine. 

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