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2018-04-11 12:21:15

My experience with this kind of software is that often it takes hours of patient reading and experimentation to figure out how to do things.

I would be happy to pay an experienced user to help me remotely.

Usually I use codementor.io for technical help, but they don't seem to have any pixelmator experts.

The way codementor works is: experts offer their time at $x for the first 15min and at the same rate per-minute once we go over 15min. It uses zoom for remote screenshare/control.

Is anyone interested in picking up?

(Might even be worth you creating an account there)


PS please contact pi _AT_ pipad _DOT_ org
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2018-04-12 11:41:06

I'm not sure about remote help, but if you have any questions about using Pixelmator, feel free to post them here — there are definitely more than a few Pixelmator experts hanging around and we'll all do our best to help you out. 🙌
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2018-04-12 12:10:35

I think I was overestimating the difficulty getting things done. I must've tried with photoshop in the past. It was actually pretty easy to get the job done! +1 to the UX team.
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2018-04-12 12:23:05

Awesome! In any case, the offer stands, just in case you have any other questions in the future.