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You're giving no hint from which app you took the screenshots. PS or AI? Paths or pixels? For pixels, make sure you compare at the same pixel scales (best 100%). It looks like you're scaling up the non-retina version to match sizes and then wonder why it gets blurry. You'd have to compare the 2x version on retina with the 1x version on non-retina. The ...
While saving the file I think you unchecked the layer option that's why you you got a flattened image
Only thing I can see is you checked the "as a copy" and removed the checkmark in the "layers" box when you did your "save as..." Another thing though... I see you used the PDFx preset. From the tests I did, even if you kept your layers while doing a "save as...", the PDFx didn't keep them and flatten all your layers together. A standard PDF (or no ...
Thanks to Yorik, a solution has been found. As he said, drop shadows may cause trouble when rendered on a web browser. So, you can easily replace them by other elements without affecting the rendering of your drawing. Here's the solution to replace the shadows: Duplicate the object that creates a shadow Change its fill and stroke color to full black ...
In the FBX export options, you need to make sure Bake Animations is checked. Sources: http://forums.cgsociety.org/archive/index.php?t-987766.html http://markj3d.blogspot.co.uk/search/label/FBX
In the limited experience I have with supplying icons for desktop apps, I was asked to submit *.ico files with multiple embedded resolution, from ldpi to xxxhdpi.
What I found in the Advanced Optimazation pane was the FONTS,, check the fonts,, there were a billion subsets of Times New Roman, which was the primary font of my doc. I removed all of the subsets of that font except one and the PDF went from 2.5MB to 197kb. Uncheck the "Do not unembed any font." Thats exactly what your going to do. You can see in the ...
Make a new layer that is black and add a mask to it Paste your image into the mask (alt+click the mask) and invert it All the white is now masked out of your image, while black is solid, similar to multiply Save for web as 24 bit PNG with transparency Use ImageAlpha if you want to save it at a smaller size It looks a bit dark compared to "real" ...
Depending on the resolution of the psd background and its contents, this could very well be right. Text and vectors don't take up a lot of space by themselves, especially when optimised as in a pdf. If the visible parts of your psd happen to lend themselves well to compression, you may just have a perfectly fine file. One thing you could check is the psd's ...
If you're trying to use the multiply layer effect without using CSS then you will have to save as a flattened image and not just saving the individual layer. So if Layer 2 has the multiply blending mode which goes over Layer 1. Then you will need to save the image with both Layer 1 & 2 showing.
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