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If you want to get access to this exclusive tutorial, you need to purchase our Vintage Logo v1.0 set from our store.
[…] add your content to this canvas – we chose one of our vintage logos we created previously in our exclusive tutorial. You can choose whatever you want, use graphics or just text, it doesn’t really matter […]
Hi. I just bought the vintage logo template. I was under the impression that there would be a PXM file for every logo example and not just a PNG. The whole point of buying a set like that is that I save the time to re-create those. I wanted the one with the dotted line (vintage logo 2.png). Do you only provide only one PXM file with all your template sets? I was going to buy a bunch more but this is sort of a dealbreaker for me.
Is there a chance I can get those?
Hi Felix, Thanks for getting in touch. The template is a single pxm file, but each logo is essentially a group within the file. Each group then contains all the layers for that logo. When you want to edit the logo, in this case logo 2, make the group visible by clicking the checkbox in the Layers panel (and ensure all other groups are unchecked), and edit the specific layers you want within this group. This is how the majority of our PXM templates work at the moment; however shapes, layer styles etc. would be individual files.
In saying that, we can look at separating them for you into individual PXM files, if you really want them this way. We will send you an updated zip file by email.