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There is not a possibility to change the layer of multiple layers at once. There are, however, two possible workarounds: Place the layers you want to affect into a folder, and change the folder's Layer Style. Change the Layer Style of one layer the way you want it, then Alt+click and drag the 'fx' icon from one layer entry in the Layers pallette to every ...


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You stated that you have to export the image as .BMP, which doesn't accept transparency. As such, anything you export that has a transparency will have a color background added. Therefore, your best alternatives would be to either: Deactivate anti-alias for the shapes (but in this case the rounded corner will not look so smooth) add a background that ...


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I posted a link before for 4 different techniques at how to create those effects just like Google does, in an article by a Google designer. But the one relevant to this question the most is as follows: Create the solid shape(s) you wish to add tints and highlights to (in our case, the orange). Lock the layer. Add two layers above the first. Label ...


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Follow this! https://medium.com/google-design/salt-pepper-the-art-of-illustrating-texture-c962dc67cc35#.aa24epyn7. Finally a good method, and that by a googler!


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The 2 links share above give nice information. For a quick response, after you add the third anchor point to the line, with the path tool still selected, hold down option/alt key and click on the anchor point once. Your cursor will look like 2 lines creating a narrow angle. You can do this before moving the anchor point or after. It will straighten the ...


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Select All (cmd + A) Copy (cmd + C) Add Mask (Button at the bottom of the layers panel) Select the Mask Channel (alt + Click the mask thumbnail) Paste (cmd + V) Invert Mask (cmd + I) Click the layer thumbnail to deselect the mask channel. You can do this directly with color gradients—copying and pasting to the mask channel will automatically ...


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Select Layer with gradient, set the layer blending mode to Multiply What does Multiply do? Looks at the color information in each channel and multiplies the base color by the blend color. The result color is always a darker color. Multiplying any color with black produces black. Multiplying any color with white leaves the color unchanged. When you’re ...


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In Photoshop, try holding down Shift


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Gah. OK, hopefully this helps someone. I just looked at: Photoshop CS6 transparency issue and realized I need to go to Select -> Inverse and then Edit -> Cut to cut the background out. After that I got the results I was hoping for.


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Generally speaking, you should install fonts on your OS, not a specific program. You can make your fonts available to Illustrator without installing them on your OS though. From Illustrator Help / Fonts: In addition to the fonts installed on your system, you can also create the following folders and use fonts installed in them: Windows Program ...


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