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Yes. Not only in gimp but other programs aswell becouse at the end you need an output file in a flat format (like a png or jpg). One layer could be a little plane and the background a big sky. Of course the layer of the plane has one size, but the important thing is the whole scene. You can also have some floating images outside the artboard. You can use ...


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You can only move whole text boxes to a different layer. A little labour intensive but perhaps you could do either of these: Use a character style to make all of the words you don't want to be translated red / bold / something obviously different. Post translation, just remove the character style. You could also be more extreme and change the font of the ...


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Here is a great website from where you can copy cool smiley symbols. http://www.copypastecharacter.com/symbols


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The same way you get any other character into the layer name: you type it. And, as with any other text, if you cannot literally type a certain character, you can always copy it from somewhere else and paste it into the name.


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Not that I'm aware of, but ff you try and keep an organised PSD from when you create it, using groups to do this, you can then use CMD click on the > to open / close all groups. Using this technique, you should be able to move layers around no problem at all. You can also colour code layers (or a group to code all of the contents too), this can be ...


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Just go to File > New put Size 600×600, Resolution 72, and background Contents to Transparency.


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As I said in the comments use Replace Color. True, you'll need to run it for each layer (although you could do it for every layer automatically, keep reading) but it will be much faster than using the fill tool. Why is that? Well because you can turn replace color into an action. This will require some initial set-up: Go to your layer and replace color. ...


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A work around would help you. Add Color overlay to one of your layer. Then copy the layer style. Select all layer(93 of them). Paste the copied layer style to all of them. This should work out.


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Don’t export your sharable copy to PDF — print it to PDF. Exporting creates a PDF that is essentially a master digital copy, ready to be opened in Illustrator or another PDF-savvy app for further editing. All the layers and metadata and other information is intact. Printing creates a PDF that is essentially what you would get if you printed to a sheet of ...


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Hope this will help - Create your layers, then select the object you want to move to another layer and shift+PageUp (to move 1 layer up) or shift+PageDown (to move 1 layer down)


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I often have to do this also. In your example, I would select all those charts because they have a clear bounding frame, and after selecting them go to OBJECT > SLICE > MAKE. This will make a series of sliced up cells for you to be able to export. Now use the SAVE FOR WEB feature to output your PNGs or JPGs. It helps if you align all your objects first ...


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You can do it this way without duplicating the phone layer: select the phone layer subtract the circle layer from the phone layer selection via ctrl+shift+click(win)/cmd+alt+click(mac) on the circle layer in the layer panel deselect the top part of the phone you want to be visible invert the selection create a layer mask on the phone layer


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One can slice the graphic along its length and then make each subsequent section topmost. This allows the sections to overlap. For a shape like this maybe 4 sections is enough but if you want more self overlaps then do 10. same effect can be achieved with a pattern brush that is also comprised of sections: Image 1: Brush sliced up. You may want to expand ...


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If you are using Illustrator CC you can now use raster images when creating brushes. (I'm actually still using CS6 so this isn't an option for me) This means you can rasterize the whole image, create the art brush exactly as in the question and the overlapping will work as desired. As the brush will be a raster image and stretched, it is a good idea to ...


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As far as I can see, it's not the alpha channel that is the problem. The real problem is simply that you have created a text layer which is larger than your current canvas size and GIMP will only show that part which is visible within the canvas. Just do Image > Fit Canvas to Layers to automatically re-size the canvas large enough to include your text ...


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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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