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  1. jDev+

    Some Info Needed

    Hi, I have just received a task, out of my scope so far... Basically I need some info about what Roxio Toast can do. What my client needs is a CD/DVD: Mac and PC compatible. Autorun (in possible, all I found about it is for Windows only). CD Interface, with a media gallery (photos) where the user can click in a item (lets say a label) and the system will ask him for a folder to save it. Transition effects between screens would be lovely. Any info is greatly appreciated, thanks!
  2. normanhayward

    Background Images In Folders Wrong Size

    okay, so for 3 years running I have been creating a hybrid cd. the pc side has an autorun file, the mac side has a background in the folder that says "click on this index file" or words to that effect. this year I am on toast 11, using the same image size as last year (and even trying with last years image) the background image displays in about 10% of the upper left corner of the folder. any suggestions?
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