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comment Inverse Clipping Mask?
@MichaelYom Your title asks something else completely different that this answer would not be appropriate for, I would change the title of your question to be more precise in what you are asking to achieve.
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comment Inverse Clipping Mask?
Scott is correct, but we can go one further, using the pathfinder tool panel (see comment below).
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answered Inverse Clipping Mask?
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comment Do interfaces really need to “look good”?
Perfect answer: design is not style.
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comment Do interfaces really need to “look good”?
UI design is not simply aesthetics. Design is solving a problem based on planning and research - not 'prettying' things up. There are a bunch of different ways to solve a problem. Some people find utility in aesthetic and others don't. Aesthetic is subjective and contextual. Without context, any aesthetic or lack thereof can be detrimental or beneficial in their own right. If a UI doesn't "look good" to one person in their own contextual point of view, it doesn't mean that it isn't useful or should be discarded in another POV. Research the utility of an aesthetic and it's target environment.
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comment Can anyone tell me what font this is?
plainclothes is right .. it is ITC Franklin Gothic. the bowl on the lowercase g and the a and the e are indicative of that typeface.
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comment Can I stop Photoshop from asking for interlaced option when saving a PNG format?
Yes I do have to activate the save dialogue, or else the image will save to the initial folder that was recorded and not the folder that I opened the current image from. I've read help about this, and I've tested this .. it does not do what i want.
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comment Can I stop Photoshop from asking for interlaced option when saving a PNG format?
Furthermore, if I select to override the Save step in the action, then run the action on image B that means a window will pop up and ask me where to save image B -- I don't want that. I should be able to set a variable saying: [Save to folder of this open image] -- Photoshop does NOT do this or provide the option in the Actions panel.
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comment Can I stop Photoshop from asking for interlaced option when saving a PNG format?
LOL, to you it's the hard way, to me it's the most optimal way based on circumstances I won't even go into. Believe me, I have been using actions to simplify the process as much as possible already. The override of Saving to a different output folder other than initially recorded is fine, but I have to interact to choose the correct folder again. If I open image A in folder A and record the action to PNG it and save it to folder A, then open image B in folder B and run the action, it saves to folder A - not B.
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comment Can I stop Photoshop from asking for interlaced option when saving a PNG format?
Yes the settings are sticky as a default, but I still have to click/confirm before saving. My images are separated into folders for compositing & organization, I'm close-cropping detailed images so a couple extra clicks to save the image to the same folder in automated actions process really does become annoying selecting folders & clicking confirmation dialogues for some folder. I can't control output folders as expected w/ Actions (the action saves the location for all output to one location), I want to save it to the original opened image's folder. Dr. Browns services?! Sounds promising!
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comment Can I stop Photoshop from asking for interlaced option when saving a PNG format?
I'm not concerned with file size of the image since they get put through a compositor at a later stage ... Save for web optimizes the image .. I want to keep all the original data.
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revised Can I stop Photoshop from asking for interlaced option when saving a PNG format?
Reformed question
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comment Can I stop Photoshop from asking for interlaced option when saving a PNG format?
.. in fact .. how about having default settings for all Save-as outputs.
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