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The comments on this blog post say CS 5.1 works fine on Yosemite: http://blogs.adobe.com/crawlspace/2014/10/photoshop-and-mac-osx-10-10-yosemite.html


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I had the same problem using CC, and I knew that no document had been modified outside the indb file. My book has individual indd files for each chapter, and my solution for this error was to update the contents page in the first file (layout/update table of contents) As each chapter was updated the error sign disappeared.


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If you want to do it in photoshop you need every frame in a layer and make an animated gif out of these layers. It is alot easier to make those things in a 3d editing program, for instance the pack of cigarettes in a 3d program you can create a rectangle and put the textures on each side. In photoshop you would have to draw every frame.


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Thanks, Jonathan! :) So I make it this way: Assign a hotkey Ctrl-Alt-Shift-4 to Objects\Fit to Selected Art, and a Ctrl-Shift-E to File\Export This way: Select object Press Ctrl-Alt-Shift-3 (to hide all other) Press Ctrl-Alt-Shift-4 (to fit the artboard) Press Ctrl-Shift-E (to export) PS: don't forget to check "Use artboards" on export dialog! And hit ...


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Okay ill offer an alternative to a script offered by @Joonas, easy or not. The benefit of this method is that you can easily just dump a real sound spectrum or any other graph into your setup. Datasource Image 1: A sound waveform, courtesy of this post. Especially useful if say a band wants their own audioforms on the cover. Or alternatively to using ...


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I usually cheat. I make two copies of the same style with different names (Section_TOC and Section). Use the TOC style where you need it and the other one in all other instances.


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Images (PNG, GIF, JPG, etc) are always rectangular. So if the intent is to make image-based rollovers, yes, they would be rectangular. Options: create an image map for each image that triggers the rollover use one large image, with each image map region triggering a swap of the overall image Note that while image maps still have their place, these ...


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This requires both Illustrator and Photoshop, but is my favorite: Click to select the object/objects in Illustrator Do a "File>Copy", Ctrl+C or applekey-C to copy In Photoshop, do "File>New", Ctrl+N or applekey-N and keep the default options it gives you (exception: you may want to change Background to Transparent) In Photoshop, do a "File>Paste", ctrl+v ...


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It is so much easier. Don't know if it is new in CS6. That's the way: Let's say you have two points connected through a line. Just select that line and click once on the measure tool symbol. be aware to open the info palette before and show all options of the info palette. then appears the distance between these two points in the info palette next to the ...


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Manual Tile is the only way I found to do it, but that's only for printing out on my inkjet, not as a final file for the printer. See this answer: https://forums.creativecow.net/thread/139/855887



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