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How to back up a large iPad gallery of paintings

Steps for backing up the existing paintings and reducing the gallery size in ArtRage for iPad If you have a very large gallery, it may use so much memory that you start seeing problems accessing paintings and running ArtRage. You will need to copy your files to the computer and delete at least some of your gallery to free up space again. Even you do not see any issues, there is always a small chance of losing data when updating iPad apps or ...
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ArtRage for iPad Files

ArtRage for iPad File Handling - A guide to saving your paintings, using the gallery, scripts and export and import options. The Gallery in ArtRage contains all of your Painting Files. When you save a painting, it is saved in to a group in the Gallery and to load it again all you need to do is return there using the Main Menu and select the painting to load. Learn how to best manage your files, import/export different file formats, and ...
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Setting Up Custom Color Palettes

Create and Save Color Palettes ArtRage offers multiple ways to import and mix up colors, to create temporary or permanent color palettes. From an on the spot Color Sampler tool, to exportable custom Sample collections, there is a flexible range of options to suit all artists.Color Picking The easiest way to 'grab' a color is to use the Color Sampler tool, or the alt+click shortcut (hold down Alt and click on the color you want on the canvas or a reference image).The Color ...
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Working with ArtRage Files

Working with ArtRage files. Paintings you create in ArtRage store a lot more information than normal image files, including how much paint there is on the Canvas and how wet it is. This means that ArtRage uses a special file format to ensure that this information isn’t lost when you save your work. This section of the manual explains how to create ArtRage files, how to save them and how to reload them, print them, and export them in a format ...