Sunday, March 5, 2017

Forced Crossdressing Caption - C'mon Guys...


4 comments:

  1. Nikki,

    A few weeks ago you had asked for some help reviewing some of your photos, and I did. I'm always glad to help some one who is such a great blogger. With that being said I want to give you another suggestion. Please be aware of the fonts you use along with the background colors. This in no way is to critize your posts, I love them. The problem I sometimes run into is they are hard to read because of the size, style, or color of the fonts and backgrounds.

    Your work is fantastic, and I want to be able to read every single word. When I emailed you, I mentioned that to me most times the verbiage is more important than the photos themselves. There are tons and tons of photos on line, it's the stories that go with them that are hard to find. AND, your writing is wonderful!

    Joe D. Footsniffer

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    1. Yeah - I've noticed that with a few of them after I'd already posted them. I try to use the same color font as the framing, but sometimes, that's not the best idea. When I do use the lighter color fonts, it's because I'm on autopilot, and I'm not even paying attention to the details. I'll try to pay more attention to it.

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  2. Nikki,

    Keep in mind I LOVE your posts, I think you are very talented and you have an eye and mind that creates some of the most exciting erotica. It really is only about size (hee, hee like penises), I just wanted to let you know that on occasion they are hard to read. I've done it as well on my captions. I've had situations where the fonts where to small to read, and I've had issues where the font doesn't fit in the print box because it's too big. I've even had captions that looked perfect then when I saved them, they either weren't centered or the last line was half cut off.

    It's annoying because I, like you, want perfection when I post. I just want to help!

    Joe D. Footsniffer

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    1. This is the type of criticism I can work with, though. I'll never get irritated with criticism of the technical aspects, so feel free to let me know when something's off.

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