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comment Photoshop CS6 - How to stop Round Shape merging colors with background
I'm not saying I know what he wants, but there's the solution that offers good rounded corner quality and then there's the solution for what op wants, that offers bad rounded corner quality. I'm not here to force his hand or yours for that matter, but unless he is making some sort of pixel art stuff, disabling anti-aliasing sounds like a bad idea.
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comment Photoshop CS6 - How to stop Round Shape merging colors with background
I don't think he realizes what that would mean in terms of quality.
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comment Photoshop CS6 - How to stop Round Shape merging colors with background
Since bmp doesn't support transparency, what good does disabling anti-aliasing do? Even if you disable anti-aliasing, with rounded corners you'd still need transparency. Your second option is on point though.
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comment I have got logo image and I need to match its font name?
These links may help or get you closer.
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comment Photoshop CS6 - How to stop Round Shape merging colors with background
I'm pretty sure you don't want to disable anti-aliasing, as it will degrade the quality of the rounded corner. Unless you are making pixel art or something. It's a bit unclear how or where you'd be using this image, but if I were to use this red rectangle as its own image, I'd perhaps save it by itself with a transparent background and in .png or .svg format... Or in some other cases: .tiff, .pdf or .psd. Wikipedia example of aliasing and anti-aliasing
May
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comment Software that simulates a wooden drawing doll?
As an alternative, take a photo after posing it.
May
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comment How do I display, but not print a layer in photoshop?
The most flexible way to do this would probably be to make a script that saves a file, but not before hiding layers "tagged" with a special word in the name or something.
Apr
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comment Assign all panels and dialog boxes to appear on second display
It will remember that.
Apr
29
comment Distributing evenly in Illustrator
I'd try Effect > Distort & transform > Transform....
Apr
29
comment Photoshop actions
Any movement should be recorded. You may want to try to trash PS preferences.
Apr
29
comment Assign all panels and dialog boxes to appear on second display
The only solution I know, is to make the second screen your main display in System preferences > Displays > Arrangement...: move the white bar at the top of one of the screens to the other screen.
Apr
28
comment InDesign: Adding space before the first paragraph
I can't think of a scenario where that would make sense to even do, but I guess you could just change the height of the text frame. Just bring it down a little bit and there you got your space before the first paragraph.
Apr
28
comment How to cut a part of image in photoshop?
In this scenario that you explained in the first half of the comment above: After merging the two layers, make sure you got the smaller circle Path selected. Take Path tool and click once inside the smaller circle Path. This should make the anchor points visible. Then if you do Subtract, it will use that path to subtract.
Apr
28
comment How to cut a part of image in photoshop?
I'm not entirely sure if I got the latter part of that, but I can explain what is happening in the first part. I wrote these instructions / made the gif with the assumption that they are followed exactly, so I don't have to write extra steps. See, when I make the triangle and merge it with the ellipse, the triangle Path stays selected, so when Subtract is chosen, it subtracts using that Path. In your case, you probably don't have the correct path selected, if any.
Apr
28
comment How to cut a part of image in photoshop?
Yes. You would need to merge the two Shape layers in that case. Just like I'm doing in the gif after I draw the triangle.
Apr
28
comment How to cut a part of image in photoshop?
No. All of that happens inside that one ellipse Shape layer. If you look at the gif, when I make the first circle, I only have 1 layer + Background layer, until I duplicate the circle into another layer to create the darker circle. Those are just 2 Paths inside one Shape layer.
Apr
28
comment How to cut a part of image in photoshop?
So in Photoshop you got Paths and you got Shapes. Shape is basically a layer that contains Paths. If we forget that the lighter ellipse exists, for now... Before step 8, what you got is 2 Shape layers. The ellipse Shape layer and the triangle Shape layer. There is 1 Path in the ellipse Shape and 1 Path in the triangle Shape. For you to be able to subtract a Shape with a Path, the Path needs to be in within that Shape you want to subtract from. That's why the triangle Shape and ellipse Shape are merged into a single Shape.
Apr
28
comment How to cut a part of image in photoshop?
Yes, at step 8 I use Shift to select both layers and then use the hotkey for Merge. If hotkeys are not your thing, you can also right click one of the selected layers in the Layers panel and select Merge shapes.