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Print Proxies

Ability to "Print Proxies"(tournament illegal paper versions of the cards in your deck).

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  • Admingaddlord (Admin, PalmROOT, Inc.) commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    How it should work, as I see it:

    - a 'Print Deck' option in the 'Deck' menu
    - you can only print a loaded deck (or choose a deck to print, whatever is easier)
    - you've given the choice for paper type (usually A4 I guess)
    - print or preview print

    What the program does:

    - sorts the cards and divides them between the pages (I guess perfection would be 3 rows and 3 columns for a total of 9 cards each
    - automatically resize the card art for each card to have it printed the exact same size of a real card
    - print the needed sheets of paper with the card art on it

    This way I could build a deck, print it, cut the cards, put them in the plastic over a real card and play with friends wherever i want.

    Option would be:

    - select how many cards each page, define borders and space between cards
    - option to exclude some cards (let's say I don't want to print lands because I already have them)

  • Lamar commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Yes, this can be done using other tools. You can also inventory your Magic collection with index cards, but it is time consuming and not useful. To me, this is the only glaring shortfall to the Studio.

  • Gad D Lord commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Requested features are:

    * Ability to "Print Proxies"(tournament illegal paper versions of the cards in your deck).
    * You will be able which cards from the deck to print, whether to skip lands.
    * Ability to choose the border of the printed card: no border, white borders, black borders, rounded borders
    * You will be able to print a "Deck Card" describing the cards in the deck, the deck name, and creator

  • Speakender commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    You can already import the picture into a "photo-editing-app-f-your-choice". No need to complicate this program when I can already be done with paint, windows photo gallery, gimp, photoshop....

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