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Oh this is weird. I will check in with the team and find out why this is the case (I work on Extract Assets at Adobe). Update ah so the technology stack we use under the hood for Extract Assets does not support this. I will investigate to see what we need to do so. Thanks!


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A good lesson for nearly any graphic design student is to learn how to design without leaning on software automation to do it for you. :) That said, this couldn't be automated very well to begin with. It's simply 'design' in the sense that someone took the time to carefully draw it. As for the particular style, it's 'art deco'...which is quite appropriate ...


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You were close! I created an action with the following steps: Layer > Smart Object > Convert to Smart Object Layer > Smart Object > Edit Contents File > Automate > Fit Image (set your size requirements here) File > Save File > Close Layer > Smart Object > Rasterize Image This does what you were trying, but it treats each layer you apply it to as its ...


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In Photoshop I would put all the background layers in a folder and drag all the foreground images above it. Then turning them all off but the one I wanted to save as a copy in the desired format. This way I can crop and move the foregrounds to my liking. Also I can adjust the blending. The automation's options are quite limited (read: stupid). From a ...


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Images (PNG, GIF, JPG, etc) are always rectangular. So if the intent is to make image-based rollovers, yes, they would be rectangular. Options: create an image map for each image that triggers the rollover use one large image, with each image map region triggering a swap of the overall image Note that while image maps still have their place, these ...



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