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List of All Points Adobe Illustrator can do which Adobe Photoshop Can't 3D Effects Appearance Palette Number of Artboards Vector Software Graphs Symbols Width Tool Live Paint Live trace Envelope Distortion (Make with Top Object) Blend (CTR + ALT + B) Gradient Mesh 3D Perspective Grid Text Wrap Symbol sprayer tools Knife, Scissor tool Vector Brushes (Art ...


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You are correct that Adobe Illustrator is the better application to use in creating Infographics. I always created my Infographics in Adobe Illustrator. There are a myriad of reasons that Illustrator is better than Photoshop in this task. The biggest is text scalability. Your Infographic will likely have a lot of text and it must always be crisp. Photoshop ...


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I think that while scalability, path operations, etc are true, they are somewhat trivial issues for most purposes. I do think there is a correct answer to this question. The main benefit to using a vector program, such as Illustrator, is that the end product is a vector format: these vectors are all distinct and can be pulled apart, modified, deleted, etc. ...


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This is a very, very broad question and should probably be closed as too broad (I voted so). There are a ton of things Illustrator does which Photoshop does not. Just as there are a ton of things Photoshop does which Illustrator does not. In addition, there may be common areas where Illustrator is much better than Photoshop even though features are ...


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"Emoji" appears in recent Unicode fonts, but how they are rendered depends heavily on the application you are using. "Full color" is only a very recent addition to fonts; in fact, there are only proposals so far. Photoshop (and all other, uh, serious software) will typically render the plain monochrome form. Applications such as chat apps are specially ...


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To my knowledge there is no way to use the unicode emojis in Photoshop and i believe this is because each font would have to support emojis and furthermore it is uncommon to need emojis in your photoshop. If you really do need the emojis you can always download them in PNG/PSD format at a link like this: Emoji Collection. I hope this has answered your ...



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