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In Photoshop you have to select the shape you wanted to delete some of the area. Make sure the Direct Selection Tool is active. Then create the shape you wanted to intersect on the shape, then select subtract from path operations as for your question. There are other options like: Combine, Subtract, Intersect and Exclude


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You could also select both and make it a compound path. Select both with smaller form on top Object -> Compound Path -> Make Shortcut: Ctrl+8


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This will involve a massive change in the design, because (given the quantity of mountainous terrain) the text and house outline will be overwhelmed. The southern mountains stomp all over the text, and the strong curve formed by the valley conflicts with, well, everything you have there now. In your shoes I would counsel against making that change, both ...


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I'll suggest...manually =) Enable move tool Enable "Show transform controls" (it should show bounding box of objects on layer, layer should be unlocked. If not showing - enable free transform) Enable snapping and show guides and rulers Drag new guides until snapped to bounding box of object (and center if needed) free transform new object using created ...


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Based on @Brendan's work, I added the newest Google ad format and bumped it to CS6. Link here!


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This is not strange at all. It's one of the rudiments of digital color. The glaring omissions in your data are the color profile the hex value is presented in and the color profile that the CMYK numbers are presented in. "Translate to CMYK" is meaningless unless you know the color profile you're starting with and the CMYK color profile you are targeting. ...


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I'm sure you've figured this out by now, as it's been two years, to those of you searching this, there is nothing that can't be done with illustrator. It's pretty easy. Make a zig zag line the width or height you want your rectangle Select it Object > Expand Then use the pen to draw the other three sides, starting on an end point of the zig zag line and ...



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