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I created this example as per the settings below. Essentially a large faint drop shadow with a smaller but darker drop shadow over the top.


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The effect takes advantage of the fact that the twitter timeline has a white background but a grey background when you hover over a tweet - and a black background when you click through to view an image. This is done by having a transparent image with only the white areas of the image showing - so you will only see anything when the grey or black background ...


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With the limited amount of information that you have provided, I have what should be a simple solution. Create a new layer above your existing gradient with whatever new color you want, and set the blending mode to color (it's in the layers panel at the top left). Then your gradient magically recolors itself!


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It should be simple to do if you build your layers like this. top White text Orange layer set to multiply Levels layer (if needed) Black and white image bottom If levels are needed, just push the contrast and maybe make the black more grey if you want it to appear faded.


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I didn't have Vag Rounded, but here is a quick mock up with Arial Rounded. While not 100% this took 2 minutes and should be a good starting point for you to adjust until it's perfect. Just double click you text layer and add these styles. The red and blue text also have a slight gradient on them.


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Well, if I got your question right, it's a pretty simple principle: Create a layer with a gray background Create a blank layer over it Use the Elliptical Marquee Tool to create an ellipse and fill it with black (step 1 in image) Add a Gaussian Blur that looks just right (step 2 in image) Take the Rectangular Marquee Tool and delete half of the ellipse ...


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Something to check: When you eyedropper a layer, it can sometimes pick up adjustment layers or ignore blend modes. If so, option-click with the eyedropper tool to pick the colour created by the flattened layers. This also might be related to colour profiles. Ensure both documents are using the same colour profile Edit > Assign profile. If you want to ...


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I think that I know what's problem here, it's not on you - it's Photoshop problem. Try to increase a size of a placeholder where you paste your design. After you paste a design, decrease a placeholder size to the original and that should be solution for your problem.


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Without knowing your document's specs'it's a guesssing game. But if I had to guess, I would say the resolution of your mockup is too low.


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I'm not aware that you can, however you could always set a grid in the preferences to 150px with 10 subdivisions. Then turn your grid on with CTRL or CMD + '


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Say you have an image like this: Use the Magic Wand tool, select a pixel of the most typical color, adjust the Magic Wand tolerance to select the area you need to recolorize: Now you have multiple options: Use the Hue/Saturation dialog to change the hue to orange: Use the Levels or Curves dialog to increase red and decrease blue: Add a new ...


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If I am not mistaken you simply can't have different layer comps where the canvas changes size. That's because layer combs affect layers, not the canvas (document). I suppose a work-around could be (I tried it in CS6) : Select Layer Comb you want exported (secondary page layer comp) File > Scripts > Export Layers to Files ... You can choose (when ...


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If installed correctly, the GuideGuide panel can be opened via Window > Extensions > GuideGuide. From there you can manipulate it like any other panel.


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AUTOMATICALLY ARRANGE ICONS SIDE BY SIDE While illustrator does not provide a one click auto way of doing exactly what you want, there are a series of other functions that if combined, it will get you exactly there. You have 20 icons (make sure they are grouped individually) Create another artboard or document the same height as one icon but the width of ...


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Lots of ways of doing this but this is the quickest I've found Right-click on a layer or layer group and select Export As... Change the scale to 50% and set format options Hit Export All... There's a specific function for exporting assets at different pixel densities in the top left of this dialog, but it looks like it's designed for people editing @1x ...


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It's actually really quick to make something like this. Open the file, Duplicate the layer so you have the original to fall back on. Create a layer underneath the image and fill it with black. Desaturate your image (Ctrl + Shift + U). Create a blank layer above and add a gradient that you want. I did the same colour as your example. Set the gradient layer ...


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It depends what version of Photoshop you are using, but it has been made a lot easier in the recent updates of PS, especially in CC and I would recommend you to update to this version! Simply select the Move tool (v) and when you are hovering over an element press and hold Ctrl. It will show you distance etc. Then you can either use pixels in css or rems ...


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You can do this one step faster. Instead of the text editor, Use Photoshop's Font drop-down for clearing the text styling! See details here: http://futurice.com/blog/photoshop-productivity-hack-paste-and-match-style-alternative


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Create a new action and hit record. Go to canvas, select relative and type -5 into the height, set the crop to crop the bottom section. Stop the the recording of the action. Go to File > Automate > Batch The latest saved action should be selected, if it's not, pick it. Run the action on the folder (pick the target folder) or opened files (I don't ...



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