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Dec
22
comment What's this monoline geometric slab serif font?
That's most definitely it!
Dec
22
comment Photoshop CS5 Polygon Tool smooth corners “too smooth”
As Vickash noted, you are much better off using Illustrator to do this if you have it. If you just need Illustrator for a portion of your image, you can copy whatever you create in from Illustrator and paste it into Photoshop as a smart object.
Dec
22
comment Photoshop CS5 Polygon Tool smooth corners “too smooth”
While this may be a workaround if he is willing to use a selection instead, this doesn't really answer the OP's question. He's asking about the polygon tool, which is path-based, not alpha-based.
Dec
22
comment What's this monoline geometric slab serif font?
Based on a WhatTheFont Search, it appears to be based on this font: new.myfonts.com/fonts/itc/avant-garde-gothic/ext-lit. I tried to find fonts which were based on this one, but I haven't been able to find anything, so I'm not sure if those are hand-modified letters or an actual font.
Dec
21
comment How to keep Photoshop history snapshots?
I'm glad that you haven't had any issues. If it weren't for all the trouble I've had, I would love it too! The concept is great, the execution is good, but Flow 2 has been slow and unstable for me ever since I switched, and I've been using it since it was released. Their support team is very good, they're always helpful, but it seems like as soon as my problem is fixed, another one comes up in its place. It's really frustrating because I WANT to love the program!
Dec
21
comment How to keep Photoshop history snapshots?
Alan, do you still use Gridiron Flow? Which version do you use, 1 or 2? I've been using it since version 1, and ever since switching to version 2 it's been nothing but problems. I'm wondering if you've had a similar experience (Also, are you running on Mac or Windows? I use Mac). The only reason I haven't gotten rid of Flow is because I can't find a suitable alternative for versioning my CS files. Even so, I don't trust Flow's versioning that much, as I've had issues multiple times where the Flow extension just stopped tracking files, and I didn't realize for a couple weeks.
Dec
17
answered Looking for a font..free or paid version
Dec
13
comment Which font is this?
No problem! Happy to help.
Dec
13
revised Which font is this?
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Dec
12
revised Is there a way to sort fonts inside Photoshop, as “serif,” “sans-serif,” “script,” etc.?
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Dec
11
comment How can I effectively manage all my design assets?
I tried the older version of Leap, but it appears to be broken in Lion. It couldn't find any of my tags, so I gave up on it.
Dec
11
comment How can I effectively manage all my design assets?
I'm curious how you've been using Alfred to find files? I've been a hardcore Alfred user for over a year, but I've just never been able to get into the File Browser part of it...I've never been able to see how I could use it effectively.
Dec
11
comment How can I effectively manage all my design assets?
IMHO, Bridge can’t be beaten for its image browsing capabilities—What I really wish is that something existed which combined the image browsing abilities of Bridge with OpenMeta tagging ability. I don’t think this will ever be added to Bridge, considering how hell-bent they seem to be on cross-platform consistency (consistency in their own App, not consistency with the operating system—I totally agree with you about how out of place Bridge feels on either system), and OpenMeta is Mac/UNIX only. An unfortunately, Bridge won’t even preview aliases, so the Punakea workaround won’t work for that.
Dec
11
comment How can I effectively manage all my design assets?
This has allowed me to see my images organized by tag in Raskin, which is pretty cool (Screenshot, Punakea on right, Raskin Surface beneath). Leap looks interesting, but they have no demo, and I’m not about to fork over money for something I haven’t used. Aside from those, I don’t know of any other programs that even come close to what I’m looking for.
Dec
11
comment How can I effectively manage all my design assets?
Thanks for the info! Since asking this question, I have been experimenting further, and I really like OpenMeta. I've been trying out a few different tagging managers, and at the moment I'm a bit split. I like Tags for it's tagger, but its tag browser is just too minimal for me. [Punakea](www.nudgenudge.eu/punakea) looks a little more promising, has a better browser, but the browser is still not great. One feature that is cool though is that it can generate and keep updated a folder structure based on your tags, and populated with aliases to your tagged files.
Dec
11
comment What are common mistakes that you see in “professional” designs?
Hahaha, I'm not sure how I managed to get that wrong. Still could you comment a bit more about why this would be bad to do? Do you mean that you shouldn't just blindly use the default indent settings?
Dec
11
comment What are common mistakes that you see in “professional” designs?
Alan, could you expand on what you mean in #4 by using "indent settings to indent?" I must be misunderstanding you, because this sounds really wrong to me.
Dec
9
answered Which font is this?
Dec
9
awarded  Editor
Dec
9
revised Can I transform an image's location in a Photoshop action so that it's relative to the canvas and NOT the image?
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