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Install a virtual machine with CS6 evaluation. Edit, ungroup, whatever, save as CS5. Freeze VM for the next time.


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Yes, there's many ways JPG can be interleaved. Your example was probably specially encoded in sequential JPG compression instead of progressive. "..There are tens of thousands different ways to produce progressive JPEGs, "progressive" is definitely not restricted to a single predefined way. For instance JPEGrescan conducts trials with different ...


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There is no standard. Seasoned designers often understand the value of vector files and will often start with the vector format then generate raster format. The resolution independence of vector makes it almost automatically a "given" for a logo. A logo is most often sized and scaled a whole range of sizes. Starting with, or providing vector, just makes ...


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Theres no standard. There is no standards body outside Adobe who has mostly captured the GD market. This is graphics design not engineering, if it was engineering youd have several competing standards. The formats themselves have standards offcourse since that is engineering. It all depends on the industry, not yours, the clients. Clients in small business ...


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I'm not willing to say there is no standards. There's no standard if one wants to ignore them, as much as there's no standard in web development or any other profession then. If you speak to a print/prepress designer, they know the standards and it's anything that is the most compatible with the postscript technology and that will render the best print ...


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The Targa file format doesn't store transparency in the same way as formats such as png so it needs to have an alpha channel which is a component of an image which describes how transparent each pixel is, with transparent being 100% black and opaque being 100% white and anything in between is semi-transparent. To make an alpha channel from the standard ...


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These answers are not quite correct (at least not anymore). SVG actually does support some blending modes using the feBlend filter. You'll probably have to edit the actual SVG code of the file though. What you need to do is add a <feBlend> filter. See this article for more info: SVG Blend Modes As you might suspect, SVG does have its own ...


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As Vincent already said, illustrator doesn't persist this information when you use SVG as the file format. However you can still set a blend mode to individual SVG elements via the CSS attribute mix-blend-mode attribute, here's an example: Protip: Illustrator will attach the id attribute to SVG elements with layer names. #svgLabelName { ...


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Reason 1: Additional Meta Data Use a tool like ImageOptim to get rid of all meta data and check the file size again. If all files are (quite) the same size after removing meta data, you know where the extra bytes are. A color profile might also be part of the file and therefore add some bytes. Reason 2: Compression Artifacts Saving an image with JPEG ...



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