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Install a virtual machine with CS6 evaluation. Edit, ungroup, whatever, save as CS5. Freeze VM for the next time.
Here is a surprisingly simple trick I recently learned. Open the AI file with Photoshop (Right click, Open with Adobe Photoshop…) In the dialog box select the Images button and all the images in your document appear. Select the images you want to open and they will each open in a separate document at the embedded resolution.
The fastest way is to make use of the awesome export features of Sketch. Way 1: -Select the group in Illustrator -Paste in Sketch (repeat with all the groups you want to export) -Select the groups in Sketch, and click "make exportable" -Export at the resolution you want. Way 2: -Select the group in Illustrator -Paste in Sketch (repeat with all the groups ...
1) When you "save for web" your PNG, you can uncheck the box "clip to artboard." It should only save the design, not the artboard. 2) One option is to add a rectangle with no border and no color, and make it a bit bigger than your artboard or at the same size. You can put it on a different layer, and lock it so it doesn't get in the way. Or simply lock it ...
The snippet you posted is not valid XML. It needs an XML declaration and the <path> tag needs to be closed. <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <svg viewBox="0 0 215 50" height="50" width="215" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg"> <path d="M128.783 40.08v7.74h2.078v-5.66h18.843v5.66h2.08v-7.74h-3.322V5.82h-14.017c0 14.588-.467 ...
In Photoshop CC 2015, the new Export As solves the problem. It does not produce black edges when resizing but the Save for Web (Legacy) still does.
This is possible, go to File -> Save As or CTRL+Alt+S, then select the PNG file type and click Save.
LAYER "NO PRINT" Have a look at the layers and see if the lines are on a separate layer that is "no print". You can see this by looking at the layer's option and verify if the "print" box is checked. To see the layer's option, simply double click on the layer and a small window should appear. Usually, when the box "print" is not checked, what's on it ...
Steps to take out selected object from Photoshop. 1) Select the object 2) Go to select menu and click Load Selection... 3) Go to Image > Crop 4) Save as you wish. 5) Undo all steps to select other object.
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