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This is because the colour overlay's blending mode (or any layer effect's) is a standard Normal. It's rather counterintuitive, but that Normal does not obey the layer's owen blending mode. The overlay you see is therefore a regular red with blending mode Normal. You can fix this by going into the layer effects dialog box and changing the effect's blending ...


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Now to do this with a lower Arc effect all we need to do is create outline and expand appearance instead of just expand then ungroup and release sequence to layers. For anyone wondering how to do it with the effect.


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A line of text is seen as one object in Illustrator. If you want each character as a separate object, you need to create separate text objects for each character. Type > Create Outlines will convert the text object to vector shapes, then each shape can be manipulated. Object > Expand will convert text in an envelope to vector shapes, which can then ...


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Create a folder and put a mask on it. Drag all layers into the folder.


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For Photoshop CC it is line 1020. Plus you can copy, comment out and edit the line below it to remove the underscore from the naming. // fileNameBody += "_" + zeroSuppress(i, 4); // fileNameBody += "_" + layerName; fileNameBody += "" + layerName;


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In general: No. When you apply a filter to a text layer in GIMP, you modify its pixels. You will notice that it actually changes it appearance in the layers dialog from a "this is Text"-style icon to the appearance of other layers, that is a small preview of their content. In a very special case: kind of If you are working on an image, and apply some ...


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It could be that the setting to only show layer info is checked. Click the dropdown carat in the top right of the layers panel. Click panel options. Make sure 'Show Layers Only' is not checked.


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In case you have the two types of colours in separate layer groups (i.e. they are not intermingled in the layer list), then I'd create a new layer above the ones you want to change and fill it with the colour you want. Then use this layer to create a clipping mask to all the layers in the group below that. i.e. the group which you want to have this colour. ...


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What you can do is pre-compose the layer (in your example, the blue ball), then apply a rectangular mask to it, cutting the bottom part off. Next you need to go into the mask's properties and increase Mask Feather. Here's what it looks like when I tried it: This solution lets you animate the mask, too, so the fade-out effect can smoothly change (if you ...


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Its Command+2 to lock, Command+Alt+2 to unlock


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OK so when I opened the file the oval was 215x215... I just clicked on export on the bottom right and it exported normally without any of the other shapes in the background or size problems.


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As far as I know, there is no option to magnify the filter. But there is a workaround, albeit an imperfect one: Make a shape you want to fill with the Note Paper filter. Make another one, the same color that your original shape, and convert it to Smart Object (this will help edit the filter's settings later if you're not satisfied with them). Apply the ...


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Hashem I'm super late, but if you haven't already found the answer, give this a shot. On the top right when you've highlighted the layer you want to export, check the box that says 'trim transparent pixels' Alternatively, you could just move that one shape onto another art board and then slice it.


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The image in question is most likely a height map or voxel render. It is offcourse also possible to stack eps images but to pull a good effect you would need alpha and EPS does not contain any such thing. Stacking nonetheless is easy. Image 1: A sliced voxel image rendered in Mathematica, sampe data of same program. working on this, placeholder answer ...



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