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You'll have to copy all the elements into one PSD then make slices for exporting in Photoshop. I would use Texture Packer to combine everything into one image automatically, but you'll have to make the slices by hand, which is pretty tedious, but there isn't a way to automate that as far as i know. After you have a PSD with slices you just apply different ...
Start with your gradient smart object set as a clipping mask for your artwork like so: Open up the Blending Options for your gradient smart object: Uncheck Blend Clipped Layers as Group: Reduce the fill on your gradient smart object to 0%: And that should do it for you
1- Create a rounded-edges square on Photoshop, put it above the image you desire. 2- Reduce its "Fill" to 0% (not the opacity) 3- Open the Layer Style window for this shape, add a 2px white stroke for example and click Ok Hope this helps
There is a difference between how the transparency of the various PNG versions semi-transparent pixels are handled. If you resize and save the PNG to a different version than the original I guess it is possible that the semi transparent pixels were handled differently (ie matte) resulting in the difference you see. I'm not super conversant in any of this but ...
Not sure what you mean with "border effect" but here is how to have a transparent senter with a feathered border: Layer > Transparency > Add Alpha Channel adds a transparent layer to the image if not yet present. Select area with border effect (here Feather). Press Del or select Edit > Clear to remove selected area leaving the transparent layer in the ...
Create a selection from the original icon and apply it as a mask to a filled layer.
The issue is with the color calibration of the display/tablet/etc. I actually had a similar problem with my dual monitor setup. When I got the second monitor I forgot to calibrate the colors so subtle design details weren't showing up in the other display, which drove me crazy. Unfortunately, as Scott mentioned, you can't control how other people ...
Looks like the key is in step 2 below. Drawing a shape around the image you want opaque. Import the picture Draw a shape with the line tool that covers the object you want to keep select both and do Object > Clip > Set The bitmap should be clipped to the area contained by the shape, making the rest disappear. Inkscape Forums
If you have imagemagick installed, you can run the following command: convert -colorspace RGB \ -background transparent \ -resize 500x500 \ -gravity center \ -extent 500x500 \ yourfile.ai outputfile.png How you iterate over all files in a directory depends on your environment, of course, but something like this should work for bash: for i in *.ai; do ...
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