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Ripley's Believe it or not, this was supposed to be a comment at first... Smarter smart guides In Photoshop CC 2014 you can use smart guides to snap to specific distances and also measure distances later on. You need to take Move tool, select your layer and press Cmd (mac) or Ctrl (windows). Then you can just point at things and see the distance. It's ...


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You don't need to use plugin, if I am getting this right all you need to do is : -- Open Photoshop -- Press f8 (info bar will show) after that just use the marquee tool(press M, its shortcut) and draw the marquee between items, it will show you the distance in info palate. It might show you the distance in px,inch,cm or any other format in that case ...


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You can take a screenshot or export an image of a word and upload it to whatthefont.com - This should help you choose a font that closley matches your image. There's still a chance however that you wont have the font on your computer.


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You can use this plugin: Specking Photoshop Plugin


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I think your problem here isn't as much on your end as Facebook's. Imagine 500,000,000 users, all with Hi-res banners and profile pics... there's a SERIOUS amount of compression/degradation that they apply unfortunately. There's ways you can minimize it, by starting with Hi-Q stuff out the gate, but the artifacts are somewhat unavoidable.


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Select the layer you want to save as jpeg/png, then in the layers panel Photoshop will auto highlight whatever layer is selected. Then go to the eye icon beside the selected layer in Layers panel; hold down your alt key and click on the eye. This will make only the layer you want to save as jpeg/png visible while hiding other layers. Now trim the extra ...


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You should try this script that user Johannes graciously shared: http://graphicdesign.stackexchange.com/a/1962/24301 It's basically an improved version of the built-in PS "Export Layers to Files" script that allows (among other things) for saving the layers by their layer name. This will export all layers in your file as they are positioned keeping their ...


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The transparency is not excluded. I mean, the transparency does exist where it should ( between the blue color blocks ). The image is just trimmed to get rid of that extra blank space that you don't normally need. It does kinda look like you are trying to export all contents within the document, in which case I might recommend Save For Web... like @Nomadme ...


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I would do just Save for Web and choose PNG-24 and make sure check the Transparency option. In order to save the margin on the right, make sure you leave extra pixel on the canvas exactly how much margin you want to have.


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I think @Max Tokman is right, but you don't need to go through Photoshop. Just Edit > Preferences > Units (Ctrl/Command+K) to switch your General Units to Pixels. Then click your Artboard Tool (Shift+O) from the main tool panel. Then in the Control Bar, check the following properties: Reference Point - One of the four corners must be selected, none ...


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Your illustrator object or object group is likely positioned with non-integer or odd (as opposed to even) horizontal coordinates. My suggestion is to export from Illustrator to Photoshop and finalize image manipulation there.


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In HTML, the place where you have the dynamic image, add a border tag to 0. example - border="0"


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If the image looks ok on your computer there's nothing wrong with the PNG file. Can you save the icon as a GIF instead, or does it offer to few colors?


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I have the same problem with friends Designers and co-workers, so my solution is just SAVE AS... EPS format then check for elements on Fireworks. 1.- Open the PDF file on Adobe Illustrator 2.- Save as... Illustrator EPS format -> (select)Use Artboards -> (ALL) 3.- Open the EPS file in Adobe Fieworks with the options: Convert layers in states (or ...


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The problem may be that when you are working in Photoshop your file is being color managed. You can turn that off and it should allow you to maintain the color you want. I‘ve included a link that explains how to turn off color management in photoshop. http://bjango.com/articles/photoshop/ I found it through a link on hack design.


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I recently worked on a mobile game and was searching for a similar solution. I found this article Export layers as PNGs in multiple resolutions The author created a script to automate the process, however your frames will need to be on separate layers; it doesn't matter if they are in groups. You designate each layer for auto-export with a # at the ...


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If you want to change the main color hues in an image, leaving other image features (transparency, luminosity, saturation) untouched use the Colors->Hue Saturation tool, and change only the Hue slider. In these images, probably you will want to select the "diamond" part and invert the selection prior to doing that, so that it is not affected by the tool. ...


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The picture doesn't change. The background color of the page does. It's a transparent PNG. The whites are not visible on a white background. The blacks aren't visible on black background. The normal post is on white. The modal view is on black. If you change the background color...


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This probably doesn't help you now, but if you're making icons for web use it's always best to actually start them in Illustrator. From there you can save them as SVG pretty easily as I'm sure you know. The reason is that Photoshop doesn't provide the scalability in its tools that Illustrator does. As an aside there's nothing wrong with using SVGs for web. ...


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EMF is something i have used a few times. From my own experience, it's not very accurate, and is an older format that doesn't support the precision level that you get with EPS or SVG. Can you use an EPS file? What about WMF? If not, try breaking the resulting image into smaller pieces. In other words, instead of one solid "big" shape, make it from smaller ...



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