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The XML used for an Android VectorDrawable resource is specific to Android and therefor not something you will easily be able to export from any general image editing software. You have a number of options. Android has Vector Asset Studio, with which you can import an SVG file to and export the XML resource you need. SVG to VectorDrawable Converter is a ...


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Make sure you have 'Align to Pixel Grid' deselected in the Transform panel. Select all of the squares Open the Transform panel Make sure that the checkbox next to 'Align to Pixel Grid' is not ticked If you can't see this option in the Transform panel, click 'Show Options' on the drop-down in the top-right of the panel.


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I think it's worth noting the HTML meta viewport tag: <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1"> Which allows developers to more easily program responsive websites and web apps on high res devices. What @Rafael said: A retina device declares one thing and does another is exactly right... i.e. CSS pixels are not ...


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You can easily do this in Photoshop. Two main options: Batch (File → Automate → Batch...) Image Processor (File → Scripts → Image Processor...) Both allow you to run a predefined action on a set of files with control over saving the output. You can read more about both processes here: Photoshop Help / Process a batch of files


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You can open AI files in Inkscape, an open-source vector graphics editor for free on Windows, Linux, and Mac. What formats can Inkscape import/export? Inkscape natively supports opening or importing SVG, SVGZ (gzipped SVG), PDF and Adobe Illustrator (.ai) formats. And, as of version 0.91, Inkscape can import CDR (CorelDraw) and VSD (Visio) ...


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Workflow is the answer. There is an aplication called InCopy for colaborative work. http://www.adobe.com/products/incopy.html That solves the text issue. For Photos you can have the photos on one shared hard drive, and you can just replace the file with other with the same name. But be aware that people that do not know Graphic design makes, sometimes, ...


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I've come across this countless amounts of times. And whilst it would be nice to be able to stick just to clients who understand your work, life isn't like that. If it's a brochure that requires printing externally, then point out that it would need crop and bleed, and that the file definitely needs to be done in InDesign. However, if it's for a publication ...


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This is like "hei, can i please drive your car? oh by the way i dont have a drivers licence and never driven before" :) Experienced clients will not ask for this. They will know its generally impossible to edit inhouse without the actual software installed, or the knowledge of using it. A client who has had brochures made by other providers in the past will ...


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Not really. You can circumvent the problem in several ways. Use a software she can use. Usually this means to use MS Word, with all pains that come with this, or better yet PowerPoint. Or use something esle like webpage. Use a software that overlays on the PDF like PDF mail merge (thanks @hsawires). This might work better. Off course you lose the ...


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The rendering errors happen when zooming to certain levels. You can see the issue here: http://recordit.co/383Znu7qt2 The issue doesn't happen at all if you lower the resolution of the image. The effects also seem to be different on different machines—The issue happened less on the higher spec of the 2 machines I tested on–which leads me to believe it is a ...


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I opened your PSD. I see you use several different blending modes in the effects. Blending modes depend heavily on the layers below it to render the image, so I suspect you won't be able to merge the layers accurately keeping the transparency and the effects. One solution would be to change the blend modes to normal in the effects, rebuilding the image ...


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This is zoomed preview rendering issue in Photoshop. What you see when your artwork is zoomed to fit your screen (not 100%) isn't accurate and your flattened/rasterized image on the left in your example is actually what your artwork looks like. When viewed at 100% you'll see that the effects stay the same before and after flattening/exporting/rasterizing. ...


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You can use object format. You may need to download a plug-in called Riptide so you can bring in the mtl file, which is created as a separate folder beside the object.


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When I start a new document, I input the size that I need for the final project. For the final part of your question you need to use pixels as units. When I have been exporting my work, in 300 ppi... So you need a printed work? you use ppi. If it is for screen like it seems to be you do not need 300 ppi at all, but absolute pixel dimensions. ...



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