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In CC 2014, you can use the new feature File>Extract assets that will offer a dialog with all the visible layers and plethora of options (resolutions, prefixes, etc) for extraction. Meant for web-developers this feature helped me out a lot. Too bad it's not available in other versions of PS. From what I understand the feature is still under development and ...


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Late answer but this works: /* applies to GIF and PNG images; avoids blurry edges */ img[src$=".gif"], img[src$=".png"] { image-rendering: -moz-crisp-edges; /* Firefox */ image-rendering: -o-crisp-edges; /* Opera */ image-rendering: -webkit-optimize-contrast;/* Webkit (non-standard naming) */ image-rendering: crisp-edges; ...


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Ok, let's try to write an answer... 0. Some technical background Many image file formats can actually preserve the color values of transparent pixels. PNG, TIFF, TGA, BMP are among them, as well as the working formats of most (or more likely all) serious image manipulation applications. You can think of pixels as being colored and transparent according to ...


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you can use this famous extension made for Illustrator. Layer Exporter for Illustrator PS: I recommend you to use a more appropriate tool to make UI. I suggest you Sketch App or keep using Photoshop. Exporting assets from illustrator is a bit harder. With Sketch you can export your assets easily and you can work with vectors and symbols.


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I believe what you need is to clip your image (clipping is using a path to cut and define the shape of another path or image). In order to do this select both the object and the clipping path. The clipping path must be above the object to be clipped in z-order. Then use the Object → Clip → Set command. To unclip a clipped object, select the object and ...


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Possible problem one This is caused by a pretty central concept that does sometimes crop up. It more commonly a problem in video production but its also good to know when isolating objects form background. There is no such thing as a transparent pixel. There is only a color and how transparent that pixel is. When you cut color out to form the alpha its ...


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I had a similar issue some time back. I noticed that I was exporting the PNGs from Adobe Photoshop without going in detail to the advanced setting. Later, I tried using the PSD instead of PNG and it worked perfectly okay. I will have to check the layer mask thing if similar issue comes up.


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It is likely that these files are different since being created in different programs. It doesn't appear that one is "wrong" as such (I'll explain that later). It just seems to be a way that PNGs work and how they clash with PDFs. Different programs have different default settings and some must just add a black background. In Photoshop, using Layer > Layer ...


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If you are using the latest versions of Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, the things you create in one should migrate over to the others without loss. So, you can import the AI image directly into Photoshop with cut/paste. When you paste into Photoshop, you have the option to place as smart object, or raster object (in a few formats). Try moving between ...



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