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Start with your object set as white on a layer by itself against a black background layer. Duplicate the shape, and on the duplicate run Filter > Blur > Radial Blur set to zoom. Then place your duplicate (un-blurred) layer above the blur layer. You can't accomplish this with the canned Layer Styles.
You can try to use a Clipping mask. Make a new shape and frame the shadow you want to keep. Select object with shadow and "the frame" shape (on top). Then hit Cmd + 7
Blending modes within Photoshop do NOT translate to PNG format. It is not a matter of "how". It is a matter if it being impossible based on current technology. In order for a PNG to work properly all your Photoshop layers need to be set to Normal for the blending mode. This means you need to avoid using any blending modes when setting things up in ...
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