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No problemo. #target illustrator layer = app.activeDocument.layers.getByName("Toggle") layer.visible = ! layer.visible Put this in a action and bind action to shortcut. NOTE: Adobe has no quality control for their scripting environment so the actions pallete will forget the script each time you start Illustrator so to get this working reload the default ...


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Difference just in selection method.. at first case you select the whole artboard, at the second you select just a object on a layer (some transparency can be dropped due threshold). The second way is good to get selection exactly like an object. It is handy in many cases. And not so when you want have just a full copy. Btw, you can consider Ctrl / ...


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There were a number of enhancements to the Layer Comps feature in Ps CC 2014. Among them are all the point you address. You can now select multiple layer comps and update the positions, visibilities and appearances of layers, each independent of the others, for all selected layer comps. CC 2014 also added the ability to select layer comps from within Smart ...


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Select the mask layer: Go to Window -> (check) Properties In the Properties window change your density If that doesn't solve, when you select your mask, tell what is your overlay mode in the fields on of your layer list:


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Going from the picture you provided I hope its not too late. Make a new levels adjustment. Slide the middle slider left. Play around with the settings until you get a value you like. I find 2.79 works best. Select color range and then sample the white text. Play around with fuzziness until you only have the text selected. A value of 64 works ...


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As far as I know, you can't. The method suggested by Joonas and elaborated by Rachuru is a good option for many cases. When that isn't suitable, here's another option you can try. Not the ideal solution you're asking for, but an option that can help in situations where you have up to 60 layers in Illustrator or maybe 40 in Photoshop - any more and it'd ...


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I think it is not possible what exactly you want—scroll with the mousewheel while grabbing something. You can use these methods for some convience, as @Joonas mentioned in the comments Using the Arrange command. If you’ve got one or more layers activated, you can choose Layer > Arrange to move them somewhere else in the layer stack. Depending on ...


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Starting from version CS6 you can animate the size of layers in photoshop. Just convert the layer to smart object, and position property will change to transform.


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To change the font style of all text layers, you can filter all Type Layers with Layer Filrering option (CS6+). You find it on the top of Layers panel - [T] icon. Than just select all Layers that left in Layers panel and change font as you wish. Don't forget to turn of filtering when you're done - click on the red toggle button next to filters.


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what i do is open your AI file in Adobe Fireworks then save as a PSD file. Now your file should have all the shapes in Photoshop on their own layer as vector shapes. simples :)


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You should make an export of your .ai file as a .psd. After File > Export..., at the bottom of the dialog you must choose psd as your exporting format and when you click save you get a new dialog in which you can choose if you are exporting as a flat image or with the different layers. To do this you must check the Write Layers option. After that you ...


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One way that might work for you is to temporarily disable/uninstall the old font from your system and then use the "Replace all missing fonts" feature under the "Type" menu. It's not the prettiest way to do it, that would probably require scripting, but it should work fine in your case.


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First check all the fonts are in same format. If so take layer style or press F7. click on the top most layer and pressing shift click the last layer too. Now you have selected all layers. Then from window-->character if the same is not at on. there you have an option of choosing font. there you go. you can select whichever font style you want. It will apply ...


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If text is the only thing which needs to be changed and it's not too deeply integrated, open up the .psd files in Adobe Illustrator and make the change there using Type | Find Font...


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In the Layers Panel Menu ... Release to Layers (Sequence) and Release to Layers (Build) The difference between the two is the stacking order of the created layers. Sequence creates layers from the bottom up, build does the opposite. (Or vice versa... but that's the basics.)


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Like marcusdoesstuff says, one option would be to save out your file in a TIFF. Another option would be to save it in a PSD format and use a plugin to open the PSD in Paint.NET. One is available here, although I can't speak to how well it works as I do not have Paint.NET to test it.


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I think you kind of answered your own question there. Most likely you'd have one layer with the woman lying down and one with the forest shot. The forest layer should be beneath the one with the woman. Then you can choose a variety of different approaches, but the easiest one ought to be to simply create a mask for the layer with the woman, invert it so ...


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TIFF is a widely supported image format that can save layers and transparency (which Photoshop can open). There's not a ton of advantages of using PNGs over TIFF unless you're using them on a website. Whether it works with Paint.net or not, I'm not sure, but you could give it a go! You could also try saving as PSD (Photoshop's native format) which work with ...


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If you export in PNG format, all layers are rasterized. This format aren't vectorial and doesn't support layers. Only Adobe Fireworks (Dismised) can save .png with all layer, but are readable only by itself. Check if Paint.net can read .psd format (photoshop native) with all his layer.


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Shift+Option/Alt+[ (or ]) This will select layers while walking up or down (depending upon [ or ]) the layer stack in the Layers Panel. There is no way to skip a single layer with this method. The layer selection will always be contiguous. Let go of Shift to simply move up and down within the Layers Panel and highlight only one layer.



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