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go to your preferences (command K). check the box "resize image during place"
Based on what you've described, you could try one of the following things: Use a Mask Use a mask in Fireworks to hide the top and/or bottom of your image Draw a rectangle the exact size of hole in the template Edit > Cut to put the rectangle into your clipboard Select your mockup image Edit > Paste as Mask to mask your image Scale to fit vertically ...
It's not a Fireworks-specific plugin, but something like Reflector might get you the mirroring/previewing functionality you are looking for (similar to LiveView for Mac). Reflector for Windows/Android
With the Move tool selected, use Ctrl + A to select everything on the layer you want centered. This is will activate the alignment tools and allow you to center within your selection (which is the size of the canvas). If you have bits of images hanging off the sides of your canvas this solution isn't ideal, but if you're just trying to center text and ...
You can set the center of the image, set guides either vertical or horizontal. After that, you can drag your text layer and if your snap settings are turned on to snap to guides, your text block should snap at the center. Of course if your text is left or right aligned and it has empty space around it, the alignment will not be perfect. But, you can select ...
Unfortunately, as far as I know, Photoshop can only align a layer in relation to another layer or to a background. If you select one layer and then click on the above Layer tab you will see that even the Align option is grayed out. It's not the same as illustrator where you can simply align a layer/object in relation to your artboard.
InDesign would be your greatest solution. It is a program focused on typography and meant to make ready-for-print output. In InDesign, you will create "rules" when you begin laying out your document which will define a structure upon which you can build. InDesign will allow you to easily create rectangles, squares, etc. much like you can do in Photoshop. ...
I make my own grids in illustrator... cause i also had the same problem with guides... Been working like this for years now and it works for me... All my templates have different colored strokes of grid in them... to guide me - before I design anything I make a grid for it... like this:
I think the file you are looking for can be found here: ~/Library/Preferences/Adobe Fireworks CS6/en/Fireworks CS6 Preferences Note Fireworks must be closed prior to editing it. Also note that 10000 appears to be the hard limit for MaxDocSizeInPixels.
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