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Adjust the swatches by double-clicking them in the swatch panel. If you edit a global swatch, and tick the Preview option, you'll see artwork update as you edit the swatch. Unfortunately, this means you have to edit each swatch individually. Recolor Artwork has no ability to retain the global setting for swatches. (Not even in CC2015).


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Generally speaking, use either dither or color table reduction, but not both. I recommend you use the Lossy slider. You have it set at zero. You can crank it up. The higher you go, the more information Photoshop will throw away as it converts your image into a GIF, and the smaller the file size will get.


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If you are working in CS5 or older, but using a file from CS6 or newer, try this: -Go to your "Swatches" window -Click the options symbol in the upper right hand corner -Select "Spot Colors..." from the drop-down menu -Select "Use Lab Values specified by the book manufacturer" This fixed my issue! I believe it's because CS6 and newer use only Lab color ...


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Im new to this forum and came upon this question (I was doing some work that needed this effect and this is what worked for me). ((((Duplicate your layers just in case you may need them later before you start!!!)))). Take your vector work and make it 2 colors, so long as the fill is any other color but white, but the stroke however MUST be white for this to ...


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Sorry, ID doesn't work that way; it's not like Photoshop. If you open the CS5 document in any later version of the program, it will convert it. You don't have the option to save an earlier InDesign file; you can only save as an IDML. If you don't want multiple documents, then either don't work on it in CS6, or save the IDML in CS5 immediately when you get ...


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When you save the animation from Photoshop as a .gif file, there are two places you can set the number of loops. One is in the Timeline window itself: The other is when you use the "Save for Web" command, and save the file as a .gif animation. Near the bottom right is the "Looping Options" dropdown, where you can choose "Other" to select the number of ...


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If you have to use the same image for both sides and one is being mirrored what you want is an ambigram. From Wikipedia An ambigram is a word, art form or other symbolic representation whose elements retain meaning when viewed or interpreted from a different direction, perspective, or orientation. There are plenty of online generators and tutorials ...


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I suggest the following: Take the line art and invert it, with white lines on black Make sure that black is truly black and white is truly white using Curves on this layer, no grays will help On the channels panel Ctrl-Click on the RGB channel to load the luminosity as selection Add a blank layer and while the selection is active fill it with whit Change ...


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You are pretty close with the bevel options but there are a couple of things I would change The main difference is using an Inner Bevel and changing the highlight color. I went with a more subtle highlight color that is not as jarring. I also changed the shadow to a dark brown as that would most likely be around the color. I think you can get better ...


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I think the first approach to try is using the "Bevel & Emboss" feature in the Layer Styles window. Open this dialog window by double clicking on the layer you want (if you open a PDF in Photoshop, the only layer will be "Background", in which case you'll have to double-click on it once to unlock that layer, then again to open the Layer Styles dialog ...



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