New answers tagged

0

In my workflow, I would create icons as vectors by drawing them in either the Sketch app(exclusive to Mac users) or Illustrator. If in sketch, it has a range of export options that would do the trick. (there's a video on the page linked above that explains this a little more). If in Illustrator, I would then save that file as a PSD in in Photoshop use ...


3

Illustrator uses a font engine that is not capable of doing single line fonts. All fonts in illustrator are outlines no matter what. If we take CNC Vector as an example its simply a outline that turns up on itself, so it is not truly a singe line font as far as illustrator or your cad is concerned. So beware if you use a cnc machine/ laser cutter the area ...


0

Restarting Photoshop solves a lot of exporting issues. And if you have Photoshop CC you could also try to use Adobe Generator.


0

When you export from Illustrator to PSD format, in export dialog in options section select write layers and maximum editability. Only compound paths exports as vector.


-1

Okay I just found the answer. I converted it to a Smart Object and now it looks fine.


3

Method 1: Smart object Right-click the layer and choose 'Convert to smart object'. Now double click the layer and it will open in a new doc. Any edits you make and save will be visible in your original doc. Method 2: Duplicate Right-click the layer and choose 'Duplicate...'. In the dialogue box that appears choose 'New document'. Voila. PS: doing ...


9

If you want to keep the layer linked to your current document: Use Smart Objects. Right click your layer and click Convert to Smart Object. Double clicking the Smart Object layer will open the image in a new tab for you to edit and automatically update the layer in the original file. If you actually want to save it to a new document separate from the ...


0

First of all, what everyone else is saying is correct, you really should have different assets for print and web. However, depending on your desired print results you may be able to do what you want. As a general rule, 300PPI at your desired size is an acceptable resolution, it could be double that for high-end products or half that may be acceptable for ...


0

In this day of 1TB (and larger) external drives for less than $100, not to mention all the cloud space/dropbox etc. available, there's absolutely no reason not to have at least two versions of every image. Especially when most web images will (and should) be under 100kb.


4

The cost of disk space is insignificant if you value your work. Buy an external hard drive, save your RAW files. If you really adjusted your RAW files export your JPG at the original resolution. Use theese for print. Use very little compression, maximum quality. Make a batch action on photoshop or whatever program you have to make a copy at lower size, ...


0

In Flash- Click on "Publish Settings" Check on "GIF image" than Click on "GIF" tab Choose "Animated" in Playback, Choose "Adaptive" in Palette Type and enter "99999" in Max colors and Click Publish. I think it solve your problem. Jiten


0

I think the short answer is no. You can set up your Fireworks document with a canvas size of 21cm x 29cm (A4) and a resolution of 300pdi. However the Adobe Acrobat viewer appears to display (and print) all your document's 300pdi image resolution but at screen resolution, hence the apparent increase in size. The image resolution is only relevant when you ...


1

I have recently started using the InDesign Page Exporter Utility Script and i can confirm this does what you need. I just tried this on one of my documents and yes you have the option to export each page as a separate PDF.


1

To retain the vector qualities of each element, you could copy/paste them from Illustrator into your Photoshop document as a Smart Object. They can then be resized within Photoshop and double-clicked to edit in Illustrator. The finality of converting vector to bitmap limits your options for future editing if need be.


0

There are several common reasons this may occur: Uploaded file gets converted to a non-transparent file type You are inserting a smaller version of the file from your image library, which was converted to a non-transparent file type CSS on website is over-riding background color for the image Try this: - Verify file type after uploaded - Try inserting ...



Top 50 recent answers are included