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When printing from Illustrator, you don't need to do that. Just select "Tile Full Pages" in scaling and Illustrator will do that for you: If you can't print from Illustrator, try printing to postscript file or PDF.


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This is my workflow, what I found easier over time: When designing PSDs for responsive design you usually do the HTML and CSS too (plus JS), therefore you don't actually need to design in Photoshop the tablet/mobile website, you only need to keep in mind that you need it to change the layout when smaller screens are detected. Therefore you need to have a ...


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The basic idea is that on a phone, the columns collapse so that you only have one column. If you have this on desktop: [ column1 ] [ column2 ] [ column3 ] … then on a phone you should see this: [ column1 ] [ column2 ] [ column3 ] This is all done with basic HTML+CSS. You might want to look at Skeleton, which is a free responsive design -ready ...


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What I have read on Foundation 6 site is that the grid with gutters can scale. In Sketch 3.5 (the best app over Photoshop for responsive design) when I select "responsive web" for my artboards, the grid it auto generates scales so the gutters become narrower at the two mobile break points. For example, at 768px break the Sketch grid remains 12 columns with ...


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Drove me crazy as well. Don't forget to untick the box for new documents in addition to the solution above. German Screenshot


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In illustrator (and photoshop) you can change default settings very easily. Just open illustrator but don't open any document. In this stage, any settings you change will remain saved for future documents So for example if you press the "align to pixel grid" checkbox in this stage and afterwards open a new or saved document, it will stay checked.


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If you already have an photos ready (100x100 px width) you can use an online tool like http://www.photojoiner.net collage maker. On the photojoiner collage maker set the Width to 200px and height to 800px, then click on "8" from "CHOOSE TEMPLATE", then select a template with 2 rows and 8 columns (pretty much the grid you looking for). once you finish adding ...



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