Questions about the action of creating an image and "cutting it up" with a slicing tool to use the separate elements for use in web applications.

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Photoshop - How to apply an indexed color palette when saving individual slices using “Save for Web”?

I'm basically trying to optimize "Save for Web & Devices" in Adobe Photoshop for pixel art. What I want is to apply an indexed color palette to all the individual images saved when using the ...
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How to export slices to PSD in Photoshop CS5

I have a big PSD file with many slices, and I would like to have all those slices in new separate PSD files. Is there a way to export a slice to a PSD ? And automate this action using a script/action ...
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Do other designers use software to slice their graphics?

I like to make graphics for apps, I generally start with illustrator and move to Photoshop for some little finishing touches. I then save all of the assets as .png files to be used by the developer. ...
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Is there a way (or working plugin) that will select all Slices and export them from Sketch?

So I've been working on mobile projects lately and I'm using InVision and Hype3. An issue I lee running into is having to export updated Assets (tab bar, action bar, icons, etc) and there is no way ...
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How do you use the slice tool in your webpage layouts?

I have used Photoshop for about 11 years and Illustrator for about 5 years for webdesign. But I can hardly remember ever using the slice tool that much. I did try to use it, but the difficulties ...
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Slicing an EPS file using Adobe InDesign

How can I slice a EPS file in InDesign to keep just one part of it?
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How to slice this pattern for HTML/CSS

I want to slice this element: So it's only, for example, 20 x 20 px. I can't do this normally; if I slice this image, and repeat it then I do not have a beautiful background. How can I slice it ...