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Nov
13
reviewed Leave Open Identifying printing quality issues
Nov
12
reviewed Leave Open How come my link is overlooked?
Nov
12
reviewed Leave Open What is a better way to present two elements with “load more” function
Nov
11
reviewed Reviewed Any other selection method other than freehand with Photoshop's patch tool? (CS6)
Nov
11
reviewed Reviewed Any other selection method other than freehand with Photoshop's patch tool? (CS6)
Nov
11
reviewed Looks OK Temporary keyboard shortcuts stopped working- illustrator/photoshop CS5 (mac)
Nov
10
reviewed No Action Needed How can I easily deselect a path after creating it in Photoshop?
Nov
9
reviewed No Action Needed Removing One Part Of A Stroke On A Rectangle In Illustrator CS5
Nov
8
awarded  Reviewer
Nov
8
reviewed Reviewed Where's the 'similar layers' functions in Photoshop CC?
Nov
7
reviewed No Action Needed How to get into VFX industry
Nov
6
reviewed No Action Needed iPhone prototype app which overlays mocks with developed screens?
Nov
6
reviewed No Action Needed Cannot locate the panel for adjust the 'jitter'
Nov
5
answered How to not let drop shadows darken each other out
Nov
5
reviewed Looks OK How to not let drop shadows darken each other out
Nov
5
reviewed Reviewed Inkscape: how to reuse part of a circular path (inner boundary) and connect it to another path inside of that
Nov
5
reviewed No Action Needed Where are my pixels?
Nov
5
reviewed No Action Needed What's the name for typography that looks like the meaning of its content?
Nov
4
comment What is the font used for Spanish HBO subtitles?
@JoseCarlosAlfaro I don't think this answer is right...see the comment in my answer. Also, check out Nexa's 'g' glyph, very different than what's in the screenshot.
Nov
4
comment What is the font used for Spanish HBO subtitles?
Subtitles are not exactly known for typographic excellence, or for being all that modern-looking! :P Nexa Bold is too modern-looking (no older than 2008 AFAICT) for an area of the TV that always feels like it's straight out of the early 90s (plus, the 'g' glyph is very different).