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Open the SVG document in a Web document editor (a UTF-8 text editor that saves files with Unix line endings.) You will see an svg tag that has width, height, and viewBox attributes: <svg version="1.1" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg" xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink" x="0" y="0" width="960" height="540" viewBox="0, 0, 960, 540"> … those ...


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The effect takes advantage of the fact that the twitter timeline has a white background but a grey background when you hover over a tweet - and a black background when you click through to view an image. This is done by having a transparent image with only the white areas of the image showing - so you will only see anything when the grey or black background ...


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Because of the black-white design it's really easy to clean it up: [These steps are written to be carried out in Photoshop] Remove text from layer Create path from logo symbol Change the path to whatever size you want (it's like a vector now) Fill the path with black That's it. It would be smooth as flan.


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I created a folder containing 9 images. I named them sequentially 1.jpg through 9.jpg I wanted image 5.jpg to be the center of what I was doing. I created a script to create a large file to place these into. I then copied each of the 9 source files into the new files making a grid 3 x 3. I then saved this script. As long as I have all names the same, I ...


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Yes. You can "flatten" your image using a program like gimp. Aditional info. Every raster format support non transparent images, but only few does support transparency. The transparency on a png file is an aditional channel, this is, you have your rgb image (a simple graph or photo) and besides that you have one more channel that you can use or not. In ...


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I think your best option is to use Export > Render Video... Select "Photoshop image Sequence" and the format to "PNG". Then in order to produce a Sprite Sheet I think your best option is to use something in the likes of the HTML5-Photoshop-Sprite-Sheet-Creator and produce your sprite sheet via a Photoshop Script. You could also produce a compound Script ...



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