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The quickest way to do this from my experience for an image is to turn that image into a smart object and relink that to the desired image you want to replace it with. Anything other than that you're pushing PS in a direction better suited for ID. Good luck!


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I was having this problem as well. The select tool SHOULD show you a box with points that you can manipulate. But I've had to Command/Shift/B to show this bounding box. Problem solved - but a pain that the Select Tool doesn't perform the way it should.


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The simple way to do this is just to make a selection based on the top shape. If it's on a separate layer, just Cmd+Click (haven't done this on a Mac in a while, on Windows its Ctrl+click) on the layer icon in the layers panel. Then select the layer of the shape you want to change and hit Delete to delete everything inside the selection you just made. ...


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To me it just looks like there's no anti-aliasing on the type layers. (Clearly they are type layers, not raster layers) Highlight the type layers and set an anti-aliasing option on the Character Panel.


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Have you tried to redraw in illustrator? This is a very simply image, will not take more than 15 minutes to do. You can't just resize a image larger without quality loss. Also you can try to rasterize it: Select the image > Image trace > Sketched Art Result:


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Make your own text in Photoshop. The existing text could be erased or colored over with white (use Brush tool). Then just make text layers with text elements (T).


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I was having the same issue, copying an illustrator logo from another designer into a print piece in cs6. I noticed that the 100y yellow changed to 100Y 49M orange. I am copying from cmyk to cmyk and my color setting for cmyk is set to ignore profiles and preserve numbers so this shouldn't be happening. Then I noticed that the donor file color swatches are ...


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Sure its possible. Use the pen tool click once and exit pen tool (select any other tool, or hold Ctrl and click to clear selection)


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There is no "save for web as an MP4" option in Photoshop. So your question is unclear. You can render the video, then use video software to duplicate it two more times and render again to a single file. (Premier, After Effects, as well as tons of shareware out there.) You can duplicate the animation two more times in Photoshop then render the video. That ...


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You appear to be using a legacy version of Illustrator. In Illustrator CC you can highlight embedded images in the Links Panel and choose Unembed... fromt eh Links Panel Menu which will bring up the Save As dialog window allowing you to save the image separately. If the image is indeed a link, you would highlight it in the Links Panel and choose Edit ...


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You can’t export linked images in AI. The linked window only shows a summary which lists all thumbnails that I linked in your AI document. In case the original image exist on your computer, try the palette option: „Edit the original“ which opens the original image file in an image editing program.


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The free "un-multiply" photoshop plugin here does a free, quick, excellent job at this task: http://www.ayatoweb.com/download/down04.html That page is in Japanese (foreign to me ;), though it's easy to find the download links. I believe it comes with an older version of an MSVC dll which must be put in the application root directory of photoshop. Note ...


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*GO TO UR COMP SETTINGS AND SELECT SQUARE PIXELS * Lol for the answer


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In AI CS6 choose Save for Web or ALT+Shift+CTRL+S Then you can provide your dimension you target and option to choose the exporting format (GIF, Jpg, Jpeg, PNG, ...) I hope this will help


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First test would be to try the same process on a different windows computer. My guess is something is wrong in the windows system that the request to open is not getting to the application. What happens when the designer does the right click method? Does illustrator open? Come to the front but not do anything?



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