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folded sign: Re: One off Pi Day
I'd generally be inclined to not print fold line for a simple
fold-in-half. It's basically just one more thing to be not
aligned exactly right when printed ... or when folded.
So I'd be inclined to skip it entirely - or make it quite subtle
(e.g. maybe a pair of small and/or lightened + marks).
Where I think fold lines make more sense, is more complex
designs - e.g. where there was markings and printing on
piece of paper to fold into a optical disk sleeve. That
had multiple folds, different directions of folds, and proper
ordering to it - and I think somehow there was enough information
also printed to be fairly likely (if one was paying attention)
to get all those folds correct.
From: goossbears <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: One off Pi Day
Date: Mon, 16 Sep 2019 08:39:24 -0700 (PDT)
On Monday, September 16, 2019 at 8:11:46 AM UTC-7, atn wrote:
"Berkeley Raspberry Pi Meeting"
Excellent. Looks good.
and can make it into a folded sign with
both sides printed. Alan
Same all around for me too ("impeccable", "excellent", "looks good", ...
The only suggestion on top of making it into a folded sign with both sides
printed is to maybe add three or five extra blank lines between each side
and to then add a visible foldline directly through the middle.
Some people get fancy by doing a foldline of equal signs with the obvious
message "FOLD HERE" in the middle of the line for further emphasis, like
"======================= FOLD HERE ======================="
IMHO, the foldline doesn't really have to get that fancy; a simple line of
dashes running across the middle of the page does just fine.
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