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Jul
2
comment Illustrator: Change the colors of a symbol
I agree with Scott's answer, however I wanted to share a little tip that I found useful more than once: you can define some “global” swatches and use them to color your symbols. Of course you can edit symbols definitions if you want to change their colors, but I found it easier (all colors to change in one palette) and safer (you won't change your symbol's shape by mistake while selecting different regions) to change only swatches definitions.
Jul
2
answered How to change a certain color to specific other color within an image?
Jun
30
answered Clipping Mask in Illustrator using Photoshop image
Jun
30
answered What's the point of converting RGB images to CMYK TIF/TIFF before placing them in InDesign?
Jun
30
comment Rounded rectangle with zigzag border
@Scott True :) – merely noting the facts.
Jun
30
answered Photo Manipulation and texture… like instagram
Jun
30
comment Rounded rectangle with zigzag border
@Scott wouldn't it break horizontal vs. vertical waves proportions?
Jun
30
answered Rounded rectangle with zigzag border
Jun
29
comment Are light type face versions simply thinner than the roman (regular) ones?
@iambriansreed My pleasure! :)
Jun
28
answered How to crop an image in Scribus?
Jun
28
answered How can I adjoin images with ImageMagick for pixel art?
Jun
28
answered Are light type face versions simply thinner than the roman (regular) ones?
Jun
28
comment Colour of gradient overlay changes when saving for web and devices in Photoshop CS4
Which RGB have you used?
Jun
26
comment Is it really impossible to have gradient without banding?
@RegisteredUser That's the point! You can't control other viewer's monitors and that's why something like callibration and profiling was invented. Unfortunatelly, callibration/profiling is often hard to expect/impossible (especially in regard to mobile devices). It seems that in such cases one could stick to sRGB (by ICC) and hope for more or less repeatable experience, but… well… the problem is in this “more or less”. It's enough to change external lighting or backlit and we're “out of standard” ;). Luckly eyesight is pretty good at deceiving us :).
Jun
26
answered Is it really impossible to have gradient without banding?
Jun
23
comment Fireworks slices for Dreamweaver
Not an answer really—rather a suggestion: if you're about to work with web designs regurarly learn at least how to code with HTML and CSS by heart. No quasi-smart, pseudo-WYSIWYG HTML editor nowadays produces code that “does what you want” and does it “elegantly”. “Spaghetti” code is to be expected. Slices are another story and… guess what: there's not a single program nowadays (at least I've never seen one) that is able to “do” the slices as they should be done from the webdesigner's point of view.
Apr
6
comment Photoshop Color Picker Hexadecimal use capital letter
@GusDeCooL: I see. In that case I'd look for/write myself a Netbeans plugin to convert pasted string to uppercase if it's 6 hexadecimal digits.
Apr
6
comment How to navigate to a particular pixel (given row, col index) in Photoshop?
In that case I'd drop Ps and write my own simple viewer e.g. in Python using PIL. This idea may seem a bit scary, but in the long run it'll pay off. Especially if you have to review/compare images by the dozens.
Apr
2
comment Photoshop Color Picker Hexadecimal use capital letter
@GusDeCooL: any particular reason behind "all uppercase", beside personal preference? I'm asking out of curiosity :)
Apr
2
revised How to navigate to a particular pixel (given row, col index) in Photoshop?
Added researched information about view panning using scripting