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How many cards are there? Assuming its not hundreds, and you already have some basic knowledge of ID, one straighforward option would be to make a master page with your common frame image as a background (could be on a locked layer) + one image (of the first card or any card) + one formatted text box (of the first card or any card). So this master page could ...


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I think you can use "Generate Assets" (Avaible in Photoshop CC) Visit Adobe Page


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Try this: Create your action Open Photoshop and create a new document in CMYK colour mode (any size). Open the Actions panel. Click the Create new action button. Give your action a name ('CMYK > RGB') and click Record. Now, with your action recording, change the image's colour mode (Image > Mode > CMYK Color). On the Actions panel, click the Stop ...


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I would tackle this in two stages. 1. Sort your images by color. ImageMagick would be a good option. My answer here has a method for finding the average color of an image. A quick search for 'ImageMagick average color' will find you some more methods with ImageMagick. Since you are working with product images, I'm assuming the products will be roughly in ...


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Offset paths chosen from the Object menu always keeps the original. But its easier if you use the offset in Effect Menu. As it does a live override. So all you really need is: Select All (ctrl/cmd+a) Apply a graphics style with offset path effect (Effect → Path → Offset Path...) Also original stays if you save out an AI. The second benefit of ...


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Offset Path always leaves the orignial unaffected and adds the transformed path as a copy on top. You can take advantage of the fact that the transformed path that is generated is selected by default and the original isn't. Assuming your icon is the only thing in the file and you want to offset everything, your action should be set up like this: 1. Select ...



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