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The following script will help to copy text directly from layer. https://gist.github.com/praveenvijayan/b4c367f4b903a3f9f250 note: Work only above PS cs6 Copy Script into Photoshop script folder and assign a shortcut and enjoy. Saves a lot of time.
No clue what the rant about Flash has to do with anything. Flash was fine for drawing... horrendous for use in print media. In Illustrator... Select it all, Pathfinder > Merge, click the red, hit delete. Or Select it all, grab the Shape Builder Tool, Hold down the Option/Alt and click-drag starting below the rings, to the center ring covered by red.
I can only speak of personal experience, but I tend to contain my web designs in Photoshop to a single file with different layer groups, as suggested in the comments. This has the upside that all visual 'language' is identical, for I copy any layer I need from elsewhere in the file. No header type that accidentally has another font size, or standard colours ...
As a starting point, if you have an idea, go with it to some degree. Start with a sketch, if it still looks good, move onto a wireframe, and then a full mockup. Save them all and compare at a later date. Take into account peer feedback from a broad selection. Get feedback from other designers, and people who don't know the first thing about design, the ...
Find great sample and measure your ideas with it.. if your idea is good enough to stand together with sample - go on with it.
Here a video showing Auto File Versioning and comment process in Photoshop and InDesign : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h5ledFWGW50
Toggle to rotate mode, but drag the edge handles.
As far as I know, you can't. The method suggested by Joonas and elaborated by Rachuru is a good option for many cases. When that isn't suitable, here's another option you can try. Not the ideal solution you're asking for, but an option that can help in situations where you have up to 60 layers in Illustrator or maybe 40 in Photoshop - any more and it'd ...
I think it is not possible what exactly you want—scroll with the mousewheel while grabbing something. You can use these methods for some convience, as @Joonas mentioned in the comments Using the Arrange command. If you’ve got one or more layers activated, you can choose Layer > Arrange to move them somewhere else in the layer stack. Depending on ...
Something even better than post-it notes: "Magic whiteboard paper". Basically, it's a type of thin white plastic paper with just enough static electricity that it sticks gently to any flat surface, without glue or mess: Since it's static electricity not glue, you can move it around as many times as you like. Since it's basically paper, you can buy a roll ...
I always used to find it a bit odd that that the history panel only seems to make a feature in Photoshop... It might well be chock full of anchor placements and nudges but I'm sure groups of the same actions could be grouped... It always winds me up when I need to hold down Ctrl + C for half a minute or more to get back to an earlier state. CS6 has a default ...
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