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Nope, that's not possible. The workspace is the workspace, and you can't resize it. To alleviate your scroll problems, you might want to try Ctrl / Option+0, which will make your current artboard fully visible on-screen.


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Duplicate the layer by selecting it and hitting CtrlJ. Then adjust the new layer's opacity so that it matches what looks good to you. You may need to duplicate the layer several times if it starts very light. As suggested by Scott, you may also set the Blending Mode (found to the left of the Opacity in the image above) to Multiply on each subsequent ...


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One method is.... Copy the layer Set blend mode of the copied layer to Multiply Repeat until it's the level of opacity you want. It is often best to always paint at 100% and adjust layer opacity rather than adjusting brush opacity. Of course, it depends on the end goal though.


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For type, you really don't convert from raster to vector. In fact, in general, you don't convert from raster to vector. Rather, you redraw it as vector. You can use tools to make this job faster, such as auto-trace tools in programs like Inkscape or Illustrator, but it's still only going to be an approximation and will require hand tweaking. All that said, ...


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You must use the version the files were created in and back-save to the older (legacy) version you want to work in. This is one HUGE issue with Adobe's subscription model. Also be aware, that when you back-save you may lose editing capabilities for any appearance which uses newer features. New features can not always be supported in legacy versions. So, ...


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I did this without making a postscript file, right from InDesign. From the Print Booklet window, click on Print Settings. Then, click on Printer in the next window that comes up, and from the drop down list, select Paper Handling. There, you can select odd or even only, then flip over your stack of pages and print on the other side. Also, InDesign will add ...


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After working elsewhere and when you come back to work on this layer, make sure 'shape tool' is selected, and you may have what you want in the top-bar. I hope this helps. :)


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You can merge the layers in Illustrator before dragging to Flash. Select all layers that you want to merge, and click Unite in the Pathfinder box (the top left one). Flash is not that good at handling vector objects as Illustrator so always try to prepare your paths as much as possible in Illustrator before exporting to Flash.


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There's no "exact" amount of bleed. There's often a minimum which can vary, but generally if you use .25", 1p6, or 3mm (as @SaturnsEye suggests) things are fine. Print providers use crop marks to know where crop. They do not measure in from the outer bleed edge. The size of your bleed is largely irrelevant as long as some bleed exists.


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SizeFixer SizeFixer is the first product, in my opinion, that produces sharp results without the smudgy feel that most of the plugins have. While the slow speed and lack of a batch facility are drawbacks, the results are stunning. Below are some comparisons: Versus Perfect Resize (Genuine Fractals): Versus Blow Up: Versus Photozoom: ...


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If I'm understanding the question correctly, I believe you can accomplish this my having all of you text boxes threaded together and inserting a "break character" called a "frame break" after each paragraph. The clear our any paragraph returns after the frame breaks and you can have each chunk of text in its own text box that you can move around anywhere. If ...


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After google-searching this problem and not being too happy with everyone else's "fixes", I have come up with my own TWO solutions to this problem of the Delete key bringing up a fill dialogue box instead of just simply deleting the selection: 1) Use 32bit Photoshop. When I use 32bit PS CS5, the Delete key works exactly as it always has before. In 64bit ...


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I had a similar problem with CS5 and I found out that I had option Web colors checked, and this didn't allow me to set the colors that I wanted. This might be possible solution.


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Switch to using a Fill Layer The set up: Layer menu > New Fill Layer > Solid Color… In the resulting dialog box, leave the defaults (mode: normal and opacity: 100%). Click OK. Next appears the color picker. Choose black, and click OK. Now your canvas will be filled with black, so select the layer mask of your newly created fill layer and choose Edit ...


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You simply need to experiment with modes and opacity to get where you want to go... I, personally, would probably opt for the Color blending mode above Hue. Then simply adjust the opacity of the layer until you're happy.


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You can use actionscript. However you would find it far more easy doing this in an external program and importing that inside Flash. You can make a text rotate animation in Adobe After effects & import that inside a movie clip in your flash project.



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