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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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"Resolution" is the amount if points in a pre-defined space. For example an image saved at 1000x1000 pixels printed at 10x10 inched, would have a resolution of 100dpi. when you are working with image files (PNG, BMP, JPG etc), they are saved to a pixel heigh and width, the "dpi" is arbitrary as it could be printed at any size. When you work with PDF / ...


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PNG-8 means 8 bits, so 256 colors maximum. PNG-24 means 24 bits, so 16,7 million colors max. Resolution is not an inherent factor of any format, so saying a PNG-8 is "low resolution" does not make sense, it only has low number of colors. You/the image you're saving determine the resolution. It is true though that PNG-24 has a larger file size (i e in ...


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I'm unable to reproduce this difference after trying with a number of layouts that include transparency effects and various kinds of linked vector and raster images. Three possible troubleshooting approaches: If your document includes any linked EPS files, convert them to AI files and relink. Export the document to IDML and create a fresh document from ...


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I suggest combining Muhammed Aslam C's answer with Tianzhen Lin's... So use the Action recording to do what Tianzhen Lin describes with the "dialogue on/off" switch on for the save stage. Saved me a lot of time!


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I've accomplished my goal, however my solution does not involve Illustrator scripts. I simply use Photoshop actions and batch processing: Open a typical image in Photoshop and create a new action. While it's recording, choose the magic wand tool. Right click on the image and click "Color range". Select "Highlights" from the dropdown and set both sliders ...



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