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It looks like a huge, complex list, but there’s really only 5 sizes you need to build: 29pt 49pt 60pt 76pt 1024px The first four sizes (listed in points) need 1×, 2× and 3× versions (if you’re being future proof, as well as covering the iPhone 6 Plus). Some of the sizes you’ll see listed on the net and on Apple’s site are for iOS 6 and below (57×57 ...


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IF you produced your artwork (use term 'image' for pixelbased documents) at a zoom level of 2500% it still is artwork. Means, you can save your file as .ai (.pdf, .eps) file and import it in InDesign. While it is vectorbased the actual dimensions don`t matter - it is scaleable to any size. For future work it is better to produce artwork at reasonable ...


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First You've convert CDR to any one of the following formats which supported by AI EPS AI SVG PDF etc...


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Open your doc and zoom in to 2500% so that your image appears normally. Open Preferences > Units and change the General units to whatever you are using in InDesign. Pixels, Millimeters, Inches, Points, etc. Open the Transform panel (Window > Transform). Select your image. See how the width & height (W: and H: in the Transform panel) show the ...


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For Photoshop CC it is line 1020. Plus you can copy, comment out and edit the line below it to remove the underscore from the naming. // fileNameBody += "_" + zeroSuppress(i, 4); // fileNameBody += "_" + layerName; fileNameBody += "" + layerName;


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I am posting a reproduction of your image. You can not see the problem in the first post becouse it is a white area on the white webpage but your problem is marked with the red rectangle: As you can see your file has an area outside your paper (red), becouse you have some "phantom" objects. This can be for example the border of a bitmap including ...


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Darn. This ALMOST fixed my problem. But, in my case, I wanted to export the images with the same name as the originals (we rename with serial numbers for the merchandise images). They were exported with their original filenames (plus a suffix, but easy to deal with using a batch renamer). HOWEVER, The quality is considerably lower than just exporting as ...


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Do not resize your artwork. On the export settings there is a option in the dialog box, just choose pixels as the units and then you can asign specific values in pixels. Do not forget to check the box anti-alias on, and export as rgb colour mode. Play with the rest of the options, for example preserving the layers, editable texts, etc. To keep your butons ...


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A good idea is to confirm with your college if you have the "exact" same settings, but probably you moved the "blur" value. Try to use the checkbox "optimized", not "progressive" and uncheck the box "save profile" as you need a really small file. If you are resampling the image on this dialog box try "bicubic sharper". Of course you can try sharpening a ...


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This is likely how the developers intended Affinity Designer to work. JPEG and PNG are intended for web-based images where CMYK is not likely to be useful. You can export as TIFF in CMYK though. Finally, you can always contact the developers of Affinity Designer and ask if they'll build in support for exporting CMYK PNGs and JPEGs.


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To give the best possible quality file, and the exact size you have to send a vector based file. Svg or a pdf file (converted to curves or nodes) are two good options. Asking a specific size in mm means that you need a printed file, so in that case the option to a rasterized file can be from 200 or 300 ppi for a rgb, cmyk or grayscale images to 1200 or 2400 ...


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Go to File -> Save For Web. A dialog box will appear displaying the original artwork on one side and what will be saved out on the other (a preview). On the far right are the settings. In these settings, select PNG-8 from the format dropdown and configure the PNG-8 settings to your liking (transparency, color table, matte color, color reduction algorithm, ...


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OK so when I opened the file the oval was 215x215... I just clicked on export on the bottom right and it exported normally without any of the other shapes in the background or size problems.


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This question is a bit misinformed. Or possibly misspelled? Photoshop manipulates pixels, does not make programs for manipulating pixels. You could, however, preview your filter in Photoshop. Photoshop does not have any way of exporting the filter tough, just the result of those filters. At the and of the day your much more likely to get forward if you just ...


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I see that you are using picasa to view your image, picasa does not support CMYK jpeg as far as I can tell. try using another software to view your image and see if that works.


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Hashem I'm super late, but if you haven't already found the answer, give this a shot. On the top right when you've highlighted the layer you want to export, check the box that says 'trim transparent pixels' Alternatively, you could just move that one shape onto another art board and then slice it.



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