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How can I make crisp icons for Windows Store apps?

I'm pretty new to making graphics for a specific platform but not to graphic design in general. I have a logo I made using Illustrator and had scaled it accordingly by using the Save to Web feature ...
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Fireworks CS6: easy way to adjust values like in Photoshop?

In Photoshop we can easily increase/decrease any values by using arrow keys or dragging left/right after hovering mouse on the subject. But I found neither is possible in Fireworks CS6. Am I missing ...
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Color management in Fireworks CS6

I'm using Fireworks for UI design. However, any saved png file from Fireworks shows different colors when opened in normal image viewers. Fireworks doesn't seem to have any color management options. ...
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Fireworks CS6: shortcut for original/preview/2-up/4-up

I switch between original and 2-up mode frequently, yet can't find a shortcut for it anywhere. Any idea?
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Giving layers different optimize settings in Fireworks

Each slice can have different optimize settings, however overlapping objects can't be exported to separate files using slices. Exporting layers solves this problem nicely, however it uses the ...
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Fireworks symbol scripts created in CS5.5 are not working in CC6

I have a library of custom Fireworks symbols which had symbol scripts allowing me to control the display attributes of elements and text via the Symbol Properties panel. The symbols and the scripts ...
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Fireworks: Export from layers - Include common layer?

I am versed in exporting all visible layers in Fireworks to separate files. What I would like to is one notch more sophisticated - I'd like to include one or more of these layers in each and every ...