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Colour Psychology Colours mean different things to different people. It's caused by the fact that we all live different lives, with different outlooks, and that we're all unique. Some say the beauty of humanity is in such differences. Trying to perceive the differences through your own biases is an exercise in futility. You can try to be fair, but it's ...


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There is no tool that can automagically do this in one action. Both drawing slices in PS and drawing artboards in illustrator are sane options. The EPS format itself gives no structural guarantees for ensuring that this in fact can be done. A software could be made to do this. How well it would work depends on strategy used. For this case its pretty trivial ...


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Someone else said Illustrator but didn't really go into a lot of detail. Open the eps in Illustrator. Use the select tool (key command v) to drag a box around the icon you'd like to convert. Go to object > artboards > fit to selected art. The rest of the image will remain but won't be included in the png. From there go to file>save for web and devices ...


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Automation would be a waste of time unless you need to do this on a lot of images. The easy thing to do in Photoshop, is to drag out guides into a grid enclosing your icons. Then use the slice tool. Select the slice tool and look in the Options bar. There should be an option for "Slices from Guides". Then Photoshop will let you save each slice and assign ...


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Open in Adobe Illustrator. Create artboards underneath icons. Export artboards as PNG.



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