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Jan
9
comment Is it possible to scale using nearest neighbour with the transform tool?
Is there a particular reason why you want to use nearest neighbor instead of one of the higher quality interpolation algorithms? AFAIK, aside from speed (though these days, even browsers use bilinear or bicubic interpolation for live resizing of images) the only advantage of using nearest neighbour interpolation is to preserve edges in pixel art.
Jan
6
revised Technically, what are the prime gotchas that could affect your logo further down the road, if it incorporates justified* fx & blend mode treatments?
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Jan
6
answered Technically, what are the prime gotchas that could affect your logo further down the road, if it incorporates justified* fx & blend mode treatments?
Dec
31
comment How to find existing names or associations a symbol has?
I don't think it's a danger symbol either. It's most-likely used in crash tests pretty much the same way it's used in printing. You can see these sort of registration marks in action on the Mythbusters, usually accompanied by a grid or striped background that lets you measure the speed/movement of an object/point during highspeed playback.
Dec
31
comment Right color balance MAC vs Windows
This is basically the theory behind studio monitors--though ironically studio monitors now cost much more than standard consumer speakers, even though they're designed to emulate the most average and unflattering sound quality.
Dec
31
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Dec
31
revised Font (anti)aliasing in Photoshop
replace squatted URL (not sure if this is the same article, but it's better than linking to a spam site)
Dec
31
suggested suggested edit on Font (anti)aliasing in Photoshop
Dec
31
revised Why do fonts appear blurry in Photoshop?
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Dec
31
awarded  Organizer
Dec
31
revised Why do fonts appear blurry in Photoshop?
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Dec
31
comment How can I determine the dimensions of an image used on a website?
Unless of course there's something (transparent) covering the element that actually contains the image, e.g. a child element, in which case inspecting the element using Firebug or Chrome's dev tools usually works.
Dec
31
comment Creating a cocoon-like spun texture
Alan: Perhaps, but if you Google "halloween spider webs" or something to that extent, you can find tutorials on how to create cob webs using batting with pretty convincing results. Perhaps the specialized halloween stuff is just spun a little differently to make it clumpier. Or maybe you're right and it's a different synthetic material...
Dec
31
suggested suggested edit on Why do fonts appear blurry in Photoshop?
Dec
31
answered Why do fonts appear blurry in Photoshop?
Dec
31
comment Creating a cocoon-like spun texture
I think the halloween stuff is just cotton batting.
Dec
28
awarded  Student
Dec
28
asked What factors should one consider when picking color calibration solutions?
Dec
26
comment Diagramming a web site
It really has nothing to do with graphic design. It would be more appropriate at webmasters.
Dec
25
comment How can I achieve a better 3D lifting effect of a logo for a website?
A CSS animation might seem cool because of the novelty, but for a logo, it would probably be better to use a graphics program to make the logo really pop. It'll be static, but it'll also look better and look that way all the time instead of just when the user mouses over it.