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but I know nothing about those licenses You have to read them. :) But yes, those are but two examples of licenses that often allow you to freely use them. GPL is an open source license. Creative Commons is not, and will have different stipulations based on the type of license. Crediting in source code wouldn't typically meet the needs of licenses ...


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You can do this really easily in CS6 or later by applying a gradient to a stroke with a rounded end cap. I've circled the relevant appearance settings below: Older versions of Illustrator do not have the ability to apply gradients to strokes. If you don't have CS6+, you can an art brush instead. Follow the same technique described here (replace the ...


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I think depends on strength of a brand. Icons - images are much more recognizable for eye because they are complex. But thats just visuality. I don't think just letters are good representation a especially if its a small brand. There is only finite number of letters and their shapes. But for big brands i think it works because... well they are everywhere ...


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Curly braces in many programming languages denote a block of code. The practice can be traced back to BCPL, before that you would see stuff like: Begin ... End So the braces is a sort of shorthand for lot of code lives here. So it makes sense to say {Code} in some situations. The less than greater than is derived from SGML and its predecessors. Its ...


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Per Google after a little search: Things not permitted: Don't copy or imitate Google's trade dress, including the look and feel of Google web design properties or Google brand packaging, distinctive color combinations, typography, graphic designs, product icons, or imagery associated with Google. Source


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Window → Arrange → New Window for document-name will do precisely what you’re after in Adobe Photoshop. Window → New Window will do precisely what you’re after in Adobe Illustrator. Many other Adobe apps can also spawn new windows of the same file. If you’re using Sketch, Sketch Mirror might do what you want, if you have an iPad handy.


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If I understand correctly, your actual icon should be 96 by 96 pixels with a transparent padding that adds up to 128 by 128 pixels. First of all, what you did in the second step was reduce the size of the green background of your logo. I assume you want to keep the full logo without actually reducing its background. First, open your logo as it is, 128x128 ...


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For FREE IMAGES you can go with these links.... http://www.sxc.hu/ http://www.freeimages.co.uk/ http://www.freefoto.com/ http://www.morguefile.com/ For ICONS......... http://www.iconfinder.com/ http://www.pinvoke.com/ http://thenounproject.com/


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The 2 main answers to this problem are: 1) Recreate your file as an RGB and copy all your old layers over to this new file. 2) As Adobe STAFF has said, you may have deleted some important files by mistake requiring a reinstall of Photoshop https://forums.adobe.com/thread/1311499



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