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Check out this tool https://github.com/redwarp/9-patch-resizer It will automatically resize .png files into several densities.


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Don't worry about the fonts as this will just automatically happen depending upon the device. Be sure to supply a mock up and at 100%. Images best to plan that they all can be doubled / tripled evenly. 10, 20, 30 etc. artwork at 100% as above then export as needed if using an app like Sketch. Hope this helps.


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I suggests you should save it in Adobe illustrator format and try to import it to corel draw. Or you should save it as PSD file and import it to Corel draw then use Corel logo trace so that you will achieve a vector format of it.


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As your image is raster there is no point in "Converting" it to Corel. If for some reason he needs it inside Corel he just need to drag and drop the PSD file inside Corel. The problem is that you made it on Photoshop in the first place. A logo should be in vectors. Yes you can aply some efects later but you should start in vectors. Although the tracing is ...


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First off: I am assuming that by "rounded polygon" you mean a "rounded rectangle". The effect you're observing is perfectly normal, since you're applying a scaling transformation to the entire object, which will distort/scale the object, including its stroke. The Problem Generally, you will distort/scale an object if you drag its bounding box or edit its ...


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Since each window is diffrent i would suggest creating an artboard or image for each and if your measurements are correct you will be fine. 150 DPI would work well (this is what i use for large printed banners but could be wrong). Note:I am responding from a photoshop perspective.


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Each window that is a different size would need to be a new document or artboard. Each graphic that is the same size but different artwork would be a new page or artboard. *If multiple windows are the same size and using the same graphic then you don't need to create multiple pages/artboards of the same graphics. But If the graphics are going to flow ...


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First drag the zero point of your rulers to the top left of the area you want to print. Then open the print dialog and under the Setup tab, check Tile and select Manual. You can see in the preview on the left that the printed page (the smaller rectangle) is positioned on your document (the larger rectangle) at the zero point of your rulers.


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You should specify a resolution of 72 dpi in the save dialog or then use the save for web option.


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change your file into RGB mode then save as...


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I have recently started using the InDesign Page Exporter Utility Script and i can confirm this does what you need. It gives you the option to export each layer as a separate PDF via a simple interface.


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If the file in question were composed of vectors and type, then it would be possible to do this: open the .psd in Adobe Illustrator, preserving type, &c. in Adobe Illustrator, clean up all objects, remove overlaps, set fills as needed (area fills will come in as pixel images w/in masking paths) save as a vector file which will import nicely into Corel ...


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Since your logo is in raster format you need to convert it into vector by either recreating it with shapes in photoshop or going to illustrator and playing around with the " Image Trace " presets. After converting it into an Adobe illustrator file " .Ai " You just need to have the latest CorelDraw for example Corel Draw X8 or Corel Draw X7 etc. Take a ...


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Make sure to Select the Art-board and the Hit " Ctrl + Alt + Shift + S " for save for Web Or you could also do the normal export " File > Export > Export As " Here you can select the Artboard you want from the left side.


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Ensure that you have selected the "Clip to Artboard" option, in your Save for Web options. Otherwise, Illustrator will automatically crop the output to your artwork's full dimensions.


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Try File>Export>Export As... That will save each artboard as their own file.


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copy all group from illustrator with ctrl + c, go to photoshop press ctrl +v , than select smart object.


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File → Export... → Photoshop (psd) Check 'Write Layers'


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I just created a signage template in Word using a full (11 x 8-1/2 in) page 300 ppi png image as a header, scaled to 100% and mechanically oriented (advanced image formatting) to 0/0 horz/vert alignment. Final file size of the Word template file is 133 KB. Allows graphic formatting of the entire page while maintaining margin control for the overlying text. ...


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Exporting as a PDF will make it useful to the largest audience. The file size is small, easy to zoom in, and every computer or device can display a PDF file. Because these things change often, a printed version may be quickly out-of-date. If you do want to print it, many print shops have large-format printers that can easily print on paper this large, it's ...


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You could determine your Public Folder's Dropbox URL and then open your HTML file and update all of the images tags by search and replacing them with the Dropbox path. This doesn't get you a simple list of public image links, but it will modify your HTML file, so that its links point to each public image (on Dropbox). Here's an example that I set up in my ...



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