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    Help finding a certain website

    The other day I stumbled upon a website that featured pics of kits. It was a mix up of crap, awesome, and hipster friendly kits done up in a pic format like Tumblr or Pinterest (but it wasn't Pinterest.) Does this sound familiar to anybody? I can't remember what it was called, but would love to be able to find it again. Any help is appreciated.

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    Ctrl + H look / search your browser history....

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    Kit Grid

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    It wasn't Kitgrid. And if I could search my history, I would have. The history was deleted to free up space while I was using Photoshop (designing new jerseys... hence this thread.)

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    WTF Kits?

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    Quote Originally Posted by unabashedlypro View Post
    WTF Kits?
    Winner, winner, chicken dinner!

    That is the site. Thank you so much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dubthang View Post
    It wasn't Kitgrid. And if I could search my history, I would have. The history was deleted to free up space while I was using Photoshop (designing new jerseys... hence this thread.)
    cool...

    ya my mind reading skills aren't up to par i guess....hard disks are cheap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RipRoar View Post
    cool...

    ya my mind reading skills aren't up to par i guess....hard disks are cheap.
    They are cheap. We have 3 of them hooked up right now. Every once in a blue moon, Photoshop has a hissy fit, needs additional memory to continue functioning, and won't operate smoothly until it is resolved. Sometimes it just takes a little bit, like a history dump.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dubthang View Post
    They are cheap. We have 3 of them hooked up right now. Every once in a blue moon, Photoshop has a hissy fit, needs additional memory to continue functioning, and won't operate smoothly until it is resolved. Sometimes it just takes a little bit, like a history dump.
    I do know what you mean. Its actually mucho better these days. It was really bad with Photoshop 1.0 - 4, Ver5 slightly better, 6 almost fixed it that type of stuff and well CSx + doesn't happen to me ever. Also, as you know I am sure, under Preferences > Performance I always give Photoshop a suitable size swap file and on an SSD if possible.

    I tend to dump things like \temp or \windows\temp\ or recycle bin (if your on windoze) or files that can actually provide suitable space. Browser history is very meager in size usually.

    Good luck with all that.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by RipRoar View Post
    I do know what you mean. Its actually mucho better these days. It was really bad with Photoshop 1.0 - 4, Ver5 slightly better, 6 almost fixed it that type of stuff and well CSx + doesn't happen to me ever. Also, as you know I am sure, under Preferences > Performance I always give Photoshop a suitable size swap file and on an SSD if possible.

    I tend to dump things like \temp or \windows\temp\ or recycle bin (if your on windoze) or files that can actually provide suitable space. Browser history is very meager in size usually.

    Good luck with all that.....
    Everything was dumped that was not needed. I had to do an entire cleanup in order to not lose my work. We have CS5, and it is pretty solid. Every once in awhile, I get ahead of myself with layers and copies, and whatnot, and the program starts screaming for more space. It usually happens after I haven't used it in awhile, and then my memory kicks in to switch over scratch disk preferences, save often, etc.

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