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Do you have InDesign? If so, see if you can place the corrupted PSD file and then export it as either a PDF or JPG, (I personally prefer PDF for quality). If this works you will at least now have your flattened version of your PSD. Then open that up in Photoshop and create a new layer and carry on. Good luck.


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You can instantly rasterize all the layers. This will remove all text/font information from them (including those that are smart objects). When sending .psd files in the past and dealing with printers this was the route I chose. PRO TIP: before doing this, save this file: "filename_outlines.psd" because once you save and close, you cannot edit the text ...


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Photoshop CC just added the Generate feature which would allow you to dynamically export layers. that combined with Layrs is pretty awesome. but this won't help you in CS6, sorry. the easiest workaround would be batch rename in bridge, that will allow you the control over the renaming you are looking for.


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You're right, they are adding the second modifier because there are groups; have you tried working in slices and saving that way instead? You'd get just the single name. Well you'd get a lot more flexibility all the way around, anyway. You could look up how to batch rename via command prompt, if it's not too scary. ^_^


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One thing to try which hasn't been mentioned is in the Save For Web dialog, if you click the Menu in the upper right corner you can choose Optimize for File Size... You and then input your desired file size and Photoshop will do it's best to get there. Be prepared though. A 1000% reduction in file size is going to result in an image of absolutely ...


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This could be achieved by using the function "File>Save for Web..." In the upper right corner you can select a preset and the file type. If you select JPEG and go with the settings in the picture above, you will get a small resolution picture with the same dimensions. You can play around with the settings and in the bottom left corner you can see the ...


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If you're saving the image as a JPEG you could lower the quality setting until you get your optimal file size. This can significantly affect the visual quality of your image though so it all depends how you want your final image to look.


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This probably is not possible, especially for a non-uniform color field (e.g. a photograph). In terms of raw image size without compression, you are dealing with a minimum of 5760 x 3840 bits. (((5760*3840)/8)/1024)/1024 is 2.6MB. Photoshop's "New" dialog confirms this. An RGB image of this size, filled with uniform noise and saved as jpeg with "worst ...


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I would try opening up some of the default brushes in Illustration. View the image below as a reference. To access the menu, click the menu icon in the top-right corner of the brush palette. You open the brush palette by going to window > brushes. Also, if you need to change the size, double-click on the brush icon in the tool palette.


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Adobe Help "Bounding Box" is the smallest rectangle which can be drawn around an object so that everything that is part of the object is contained within the rectangle. "Redundant" means "things that are not needed because they are repeated" (more or less). There is an old joke about a goverment's "Department of Redundancy Department". An animation is 2 ...


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A bulk solution to at least get things converted. If you have access to Illustrator CS4 (it may also work in later versions), you can try this script. Unfortunately, there is nothing I'm aware of that will work perfectly in all cases. You're going to have to double-check the final files. Keep an archive of original and converted versions. The Freehand ...


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Double-click the word "Contents" in the Appearance Panel. Keep double-clicking "Contents" until you see the texture effect. Then remove it.


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The easiest method is to place all the individual images into a folder on your desktop then use File > Automate > Contact Sheet II... within Photoshop to select the folder of images and have them arranged into a grid for a single document. I believe the Contact Sheet script may be part of Adobe Bridge for CS6. If you already have everything loaded ...


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There is nothing built into Photoshop itself that affords that level of fine control. The workaround is to use the Batch Rename feature in Adobe Bridge or Image Processor Pro (which comes as part of Dr Brown's Services), or to use an external batch renaming utility.


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Cooperatively, the problem was: "Did you try sorting the font list differently (i.e. toggle "friendly font names")? Adobe Garamond is under "G" in these cases." – horatio "I am not sure how to toggle friendly font names, but most of them are in friendly format already. However, this is the issue, and Illustrator is putting these 2 fonts in their own ...


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Here is a great way to manipulate lines in Illustrator and may help answer his question. 1. select all 2. select sketch in image trace (sketch works the best) 3. open window/image trace palette 4. select various options by watching more in depth in this video I found: https://www.video2brain.com/en/lessons/converting-art-to-vector-with-image-trace 5. This ...



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