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comment Why did the size of copied elements from Illustrator to Photoshop change?
The document raster effects ppi only effects "photoshop effects" which you use inside your Illustrator document from the Effects Menu. For example, Gaussian Blur. So yes, it would have no impact when importing that illustrator file into photoshop, aside from any raster effects possibly being pixelated if your photoshop document has a higher ppi than your raster effects ppi in the illustrator document.
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comment Tri-fold Brochure in Indesign - How do you handle fold lines?
Thanks for the tips!
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comment Tri-fold Brochure in Indesign - How do you handle fold lines?
Awesome. How do you set up your gutters? Do you create your text frames at the full width of each panel and add inset spacing, or do you just adjust the width of the entire text frame to create gutters?
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comment Photoshop CS5 Polygon Tool smooth corners “too smooth”
Of course, and that's why Johannes's answer is the accepted one. The thing is, your suggestion is missing steps which are required for this to make sense as an answer to the question, which is why I made the comment. Your suggestion required the OP to convert his polygon into a selection first—without doing this, the steps you describe would be impossible. Just so you know, I never down-voted your answer, I only made the comment.
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comment How to specify a repeating pattern for textile printing
Thanks for the tips. This is all good advice.
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comment How to specify a repeating pattern for textile printing
Thanks for the answer—I think this is probably the safest solution to cover my bases. Direct communication with the fabric producers is pretty hard, so I think that if I give them several options and clear instructions, they'll be able to work with what I send them.
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comment How to specify a repeating pattern for textile printing
@DA01, I will definitely ask them, I was just curious if anyone knew already. This is through a factory in China, who makes the product from fabric that they buy from a fabric company, so it'll be a little difficult to get good information, but I'm sure it will work out.
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comment How to specify a repeating pattern for textile printing
It wouldn't be a bleed in the true sense, it would be basically be a little extra of the pattern so that you can see where the pattern begins to repeat, and the crop marks would define the actual boundaries of the repeating pattern. Visually, it makes more sense to me to include the extra "bleed," but technically it probably makes more sense to have the pattern cut off exactly at the boundaries, and then maybe have a separate image of a larger area of the pattern showing it repeating.
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