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Engineer in Interaction Design by the University of UmeƄ Sweden.

Interaction designer, UX specialist and graphics designer at Rebtel.
Loves working with all aspects of user centred design.


Apr
2
comment Distribute a stack of elements to a grid of elements?
Thanks for the tip Scott. I did try the Contact sheet II function. And it did distribute the image files on the PSD canvas as a grid. Unfortunately it did an absolutely terribly bad job. Resizing the images to maintain a consistent margin between the elements rather than adjusting the margin to maintain individual element resolution. I think this may be a good feature for some other future task I have, so I thank you for the tip and give you a +1, unfortunately however it doesn't solve the problem I have. Thanks.
Apr
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asked Distribute a stack of elements to a grid of elements?
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awarded  Nice Question
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Jan
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Jan
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answered Photo distorts terribly on Facebook
Jan
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awarded  Citizen Patrol
Jan
17
answered Problem with InDesign paragraph numbering
Jan
17
comment Problem with InDesign paragraph numbering
@apex thanks for the tip! However, looking at the Paragraph palette I don't see the Restart Numbering option. It's not an option on the palette and I can't find it in the palette options menu. Do you know where to find it?
Jan
16
answered Overlapping objects still show object underneath in Illustrator
Jan
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asked Problem with InDesign paragraph numbering
Nov
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awarded  Notable Question
Nov
6
accepted How to not let drop shadows darken each other out
Nov
5
comment How to not let drop shadows darken each other out
@LaurenIpsum Oh, on the contrary. If you have ONE light source, and two objects casting a shadow that intercepts the light, the shadow will be the same whether it be the shadow from ONE of the objects or BOTH of the objects at the same time. However, if you had TWO light sources it would be (on a physical plane) a different situation. Here the shadows should not increase. =)
Nov
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revised How to not let drop shadows darken each other out
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Nov
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asked How to not let drop shadows darken each other out
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