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I don't believe there's anything automated to rotate a vertical tile around it's center. You'd have to manually copy and rotate. You could use the Transform Again function in the Edit menu, but it would still be fairly tedious. My suggestion is to draw 2 circles, then apply an Outer Glow Layer Style to the inner circle. If you need the inner circle to ...


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Ok, to explain that, you need to know what color profiles do and how your monitor displays colors. I will keep it simple and will not cover all details of color management, if you want to know more, simply search the web. 1. Your Computer Your computer is the only one how knows the exact color of your image. The color is defined by numeric values in a ...


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It may be that there is a column or page break character at the end of the text on page 147 that you provided. A quick way to check is to select the menu TYPE > SHOW HIDDEN CHARACTERS. This will show all of your spaces, hard and soft returns, and break characters.


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Some things to try: Is there an item with text wrap on the page? Do you have some kind of "Keep with Next" setting checked? If you copy this text to a brand new document, does it do the same thing? (Then you have a Page Return character somewhere.) If all else fails, copy this chunk of text to a text file (NOT Word or the like) to strip out formatting, ...


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Here's possibly what's happening: Illustrator favors the pantone name over the CMYK values. So if the creator of the logo chose a pantone color, but then modified the CMYK values of it (by clicking on the swatch and switching from book mode to CMYK mode). The colors of that swatch are now different, but the name of the swatch is still the name of the ...


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You have different types of interpolation for resize. The thing to know is photoshop, for non smart objects also use a default interpolation (Bicubic), but different as the smart object one (Bicubic automatic). The only thing you have to do is to go to : Edit > Preferences > General > Image Interpolation and select "Bilinear (best for smooth gradients)". ...


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Since your source image seems to be composed of only two colors, one lighter than the other, you can use a Gradient Map. This will allow you to assign new swatches to the source image. If you want the original color in the middle, add it to the replacement gradient.


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Use the Hue/Saturation tool by selecting image>adjustments>Hue/Saturation and in the opened dialogue box move the hue slider in a new position to replace the color. what hue slider do is to rotate the color all around the color wheel, and you will notice that some color in the gradient background will change accordingly.



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