I'm not sure if I should pos this here or at the Feature Request. if it's in the wrong place feel free to move it.
I love to work with templates with patterns to make my own paper or match my lay-out and there are a lot of great ones out here that I would love to download and work with. However the description of the contents of a template kit maks me hesitant to do so.
Most of the time the description, for instance for the Plaid Paper Templates 21-30 Kit says; This kit contains 10 paper templates, some are layered .PSD files and some are a single-layered .PNG file.
I need the templates to be all .psd to be able to color them the way I want to. To color single layer .png's is not something that works very well for me.
I understand that making templates all psd is not handy for others. Would it be possible to state how many of the files are .psd's? That way I would know if it pays off for me to download them or not.
The last template set I downloaded were the polka dots templates. It also said that some were .psd and some .png's. So I figured well, it's probably 50/50 and I still have some nice polka dots templates. Everyone loves polkadots right? But when I downloaded the kit and unzipped it there was only 1 psd file and the others were png's. if this would have been in the description I would not have downloaded it. That was really a disappointment.
I went through other template kits and looked at the description but they all say the same thing.
It would really be helpful if it would say how many psd and png were inside the kit. Or another solution, but much more work probably, is to split them up in .psd templates and .png templates. That way I don't have to delete the png templates and could use all that I downloaded.
Thanks in advance.