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1 Haken: So... die Joneses should be dead too, but they are not, ja?
2 Head Death: THAT ABOUT SUMS IT UP, HERR COLONEL.
3 Haken: This is being grossly unfair! I'm a Nazi, you know! You can't treat me worse than them! I demand they die as well!
4 Head Death: I WAS GOING TO SUGGEST WE SIMPLY RETURN YOU TO LIFE INSTEAD.
4 Haken: Oh, ja, that works too.
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This demonstrates one of the hazards of giving voice to your demands too quickly.
Oddly though, the font size I used for the lettering in the IWC strips seems to have changed between the versions. On Windows I used Arial 10 point, and I saved the original files as .psd files at 72 ppi resolution. But when I open them in Photoshop on my new iMac, I need to enter new text at 13 points to match the size of the original text.
I don't understand how this has happened, because the other thing that I've done in switching from Windows to MacOS is to move my workflow for creating Darths & Droids strips. And for those, the font size of the dialogue that I use stayed exactly the same. So something weird is happening here.
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