All posts created by Alex

14 hours ago
Hi, you cannot edit small words in the Edit mode. Therefore you have 2 options:
1) Edit the color in the words table, but it will assign the color you chose for all copies of that word
2) Download your word art image in SVG or PDF format and edit the color in a vector image editor like Inkscape or Adobe Illustrator
2 weeks ago
Here is how it works. First time when you open the color picker you won't see any difference. But once you set a color to a word and open the color picker again, you will see the recently used colors section.

It works only for words in both words table and the edit mode. It doesn't work in the Style section yet.
Edited 30 Jun, 2019 19:24
2 weeks ago
Hi Tracy, the new release has been just released that automatically stores recently used colors and allows you to choose them again. Please let me know what you think.
2 weeks ago
Here is a brief explanation of those parameters
Word amount
Controls how many words are actually placed in your word cloud art (including duplicates)

Density Slider
Controls how dense words are placed to each other

I recommend you to experiment with different values to get better understanding how they work
2 weeks ago
Please read this FAQ entry regarding your question.
2 weeks ago
Please read this FAQ entry regarding your question.
3 weeks ago
HQ PNG and JPG raster images have about 5500x5500px resolution. You can download the free HQ samples from the pricing page to check them out before purchase.
3 weeks ago
Hi! Yes, there is a way. Create a word cloud art, complete it and save it. Then change one word only, visualize and use the "save as" option from the top menu to save it under a new name.
1 month ago
Hi!

Yes, it is possible to add 40 image to your shapes section by clicking on the "Add text" button. Here is a tutorial video demonstrating how to do this.
1 month ago
Hi Elle! It counts as one download only if you download a same image several times. If you download a different image it will be counted as a new HQ download.