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Right click layer with the effect you wish to copy, select Copy Layer Style, right click the layer you want to transfer the effect to and choose Paste Layer Style.


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As a person who does what your designers do, let me tell you what a few of the most important real differences would be. Better RAW image compatibility. I'm assuming all shoots are done in RAW, and depending on the ages of the cameras used, updates to the Adobe softwares means more support for various RAW files from different camera manufacturers. IF your ...


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The Shift key constrains proportions. If you start with an oval, it will continue to be an ellipse as you scale it. To turn an ellipse into a circle, or a rectangle into a square, adjust the height and width properties manually (be sure that auto-keyframe is turned off if you don't want to make this part of an animation) so they are the same.


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You need Photoshop Extended version (or a subscription to Creative Cloud's Photoshop) to get the animation timeline and additional features (stacks, 3D tools, etc.). So basically it's not possible with your current version of Photoshop. See http://prodesigntools.com/whats-the-difference-photoshop-cs6-vs-photoshop-cs6-extended.html for more details about ...


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Animate the opacity level of the hue layer to fade in the second layer 0% to 100%. You can then duplicate the second layer and change the hue settings and fade that one in too and so on i have just made an animation with 8 layers of hue 0,+50,+100,+150 etc. PS this is animated as a timeline it can easily be turned into frame animation if thats the type you ...


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How can I import the text editor from CS3 to CS6? You cant move application specific tools from one version to another. I would advise checking the documentation from Adobe, Format and edit text.


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Scott hit the nail on the head by saying this isn't possible. You can work around this, however, by making clever use of the Smart Guides. Ensure your Smart Guides are switched on (View > Smart Guides or Ctrl / Cmd+U and that snapping to all kinds of grid is turned off. Turn Snap to Point on (View > Snap to Point or Ctrl / Cmd+Alt+". Choose the objects you ...


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If these anchor points are unconnected or have at least one open end, then you can simply use the Join command (Object > Path > Join). If these anchor points already have 2 paths connected to them, no you won't be able to connect a third path to the anchor points. Illustrator anchors have an "in" and an "out" direction and that's all they can do. In ...


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One way is, if you have Acrobat you can open EPS files there and save them as PDFs then you can open the PDFs in Adobe Illustrator. Using this method doesn't retain all EPS features but you'll at least you'll be able to get the files open. If don't have acrobat or it doesn't open properly there is a down-saving service you can use: ...


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Scott's correct. Look in preferences, then find cursors and you should see something like this:


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This is most likely too late for you, but for everyone else... You can change the direction of the stroke by going into your Brushes panel. Follow path: Window > Brushes > Options of selected object > Flip along This will 'reverse' the brush stroke :)



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