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As mentioned in the comments, if the environment you are going to be using the icons is software, web, and mobile, there is absolutely no reason to not use Sprite Images to solve this. Sprite Images allow you to save in size and, most importantly, in requests to the server. You could also have a responsive approach, where you would have all your icons in a ...


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Quark Convert? ;-) In InDesign these are called "Paragraph Styles". This functionality is not built into InDesign, but it can be done using scripting. In fact, it has been done; see, for example, http://indesignsecrets.com/print-out-style-sheet-specs.php. The download link gives you a .zip file. Extract it, which will give you a folder called 'TSRC2' (when ...


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use the function "Save a copy...". If that doesn't work - save it as a .PSB file, then back to .PSD


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This appears to be a bug in the application which has been reported here. (I am the Product Manager responsible for this feature, so I would love to be able to fix it in the next release!)


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Thanks, Jonathan! :) So I make it this way: Assign a hotkey Ctrl-Alt-Shift-4 to Objects\Fit to Selected Art, and a Ctrl-Shift-E to File\Export This way: Select object Press Ctrl-Alt-Shift-3 (to hide all other) Press Ctrl-Alt-Shift-4 (to fit the artboard) Press Ctrl-Shift-E (to export) PS: don't forget to check "Use artboards" on export dialog! And hit ...


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That's certainly curious. I just tried it with a vector smart object as you have in your image and I was able to add different formats quite easily: It might be worth reporting this to Adobe as a potential bug with this new dialog.


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The latest Photoshop update (Photoshop CC (2014.2) allows for @3x. Go to File > Extract Assets. A panel will appear with options: More details can be found here: http://www.adobe.com/uk/products/photoshop/features.html


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Try http://retinize.it/. 1x, 2x, 3x for the selected element + scaled 200% + scaled 300%. Perfect for iOS assets.


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This requires both Illustrator and Photoshop, but is my favorite: Click to select the object/objects in Illustrator Do a "File>Copy", Ctrl+C or applekey-C to copy In Photoshop, do "File>New", Ctrl+N or applekey-N and keep the default options it gives you (exception: you may want to change Background to Transparent) In Photoshop, do a "File>Paste", ctrl+v ...


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John should be correct if you are exporting as CMYK, look up "Color Gamut" online and you can see the difference between RGB and CMYK color models. You might want to check to see if the box you have the picture imported into in inDesign has a very light fill applied, as well. Often that will shade a picture when exported if not turned to "none". We get ...



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