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This happened to me too. Usually you can just click in an artboard to make it active, but for some reason it stopped working. What worked for me was to restart Illustrator (does restarting work for everything?). Hope this helps.


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There is a workaround that was working for me... After you do your pen custom shape with your pen, select "Path" from your options -instead of "Shape"- and then "Shape" on the button to your right -as one of the "Make" options. I didn't touch "Selection" or "Mask"... Then change to your Direct Selection Tool (A) and you can change Fill and Stroke now...


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Object → Effects → Inner Shadow → Mode: normal, X Offset: 0, Size: 0; Y offset: border width.


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What would have been nice is if they added the "clear"(delete) button to the right click menu. Right click then clear & done! Easy one hand operation rather then 2 hands. Just my personal choice really. In fact, just make it so that you can put just about any option you would like in the right click menu. SWEET! ^^ Adobe, please check it. :D


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"Layers" is the core idea that will allow you to put various parts of your content in any arbitrary order. "Shape" in Photoshop generally refers to what is created by using the Pen tool. But I think you are using the term "shape" to refer to any element that shows what we call "shape" in daily language. You can use the Pen tool or the marquee tool then fill ...


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If you have that QR code (the blurry graphic) in a vector format, and import it on your Photoshop CS6 as smart object, that might be better. No matter how well you'll compress the file as rasterized image, these codes often become unreadable for scans or smartphone if you use them in your layout in Photoshop. Make sure to do some quality tests and see if it ...


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Yes, you can convert your Photoshop text layers to Illustrator (vectors). Simply save your Photoshop file with the text layers in .psd, and open it in Illustrator. You can see the how-to guide on this url on Stack Exchange. Once you're done, you can simply reasave your new file into PDF or EPS or AI.


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If only the text is part of your logo; you can export it to vector in Illustrator. But you need your text layer files for this. See guide here. To do this, you simply need to save your Photoshop file with the layers, and open it in Illustrator. You will be asked to convert the layers to objects or to flatten the layers. Choose "convert to objects". Then ...


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...Or, simply open keyboard viewer in your languages pull-own menu.Always best to create a style sheet, and use it when creating the original document. Trying to fix these with the text tool in a .pdf file can be a nightmare. If you have the original text document, just go back and insert the umlaut where needed and then save the document again, a .pdf ...


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The Targa file format doesn't store transparency in the same way as formats such as png so it needs to have an alpha channel which is a component of an image which describes how transparent each pixel is, with transparent being 100% black and opaque being 100% white and anything in between is semi-transparent. To make an alpha channel from the standard ...


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To delete the area in the selection: Make sure that the layer is NOT LOCKED. Press delete. Otherwise, if it is locked, the fill dialogue will appear.


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Problem Solved: Select an artboard and press "shift+O". Check artbard properties in the top right hand side. X postion(X), Y position(Y), Height(H) and width(W) all should be integers. NO DECIMAL VALUES. Now, there won't be even a pixel change while exporting.



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