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Apr
26
revised Invert background to white in Photoshop
Quick fix for foreground colours.
Apr
26
comment Invert background to white in Photoshop
Difficult to mask that one though.
Apr
26
revised Invert background to white in Photoshop
added 74 characters in body
Apr
26
answered Invert background to white in Photoshop
Apr
26
comment Can anyone recongize the font from showoff.io
Very well spotted.
Apr
25
comment Can anyone recongize the font from showoff.io
It isn't Lucida Fax, although it's quite similar. Check the 'f'.
Apr
20
comment Where can I find backgrounds for my poster?
Well, billboards use raster images. Resolution can be very low when you're looking at something from further away. You could create that as a vector image, but it might be tricky to get the out-of-focus look.
Apr
20
comment How can I ensure that a .pdf file I sent to a publisher has the same layout as on my computer?
It's still an inappropriate anachronism though. Surely a lot of people aren't even aware that a camera ever had a place in prepress - why not call it "press-ready"?
Apr
20
revised Is there a way to sort fonts inside Photoshop, as “serif,” “sans-serif,” “script,” etc.?
edited tags
Apr
20
comment Using CamelCase in a logo
I disagree. The confusion here about how it actually should be pronounced demonstrates that it doesn't convey the intended message to external audience; at least not consistently.
Apr
20
comment Using CamelCase in a logo
@Robert: not necessarily. Both forms have several names, both forms are often called camel case.
Apr
20
comment Illustrator - 5 cm bleeds somehow?
50mm bleed? What are they printing that requires that amount of tolerance - something very large?
Apr
19
revised Using CamelCase in a logo
fixed link
Apr
19
comment Using CamelCase in a logo
I'm disappointed the Wikipedia article doesn't distinguish betwen CamelCase and dromedaryCase.
Apr
19
comment Using CamelCase in a logo
How do you want it pronounced?
Apr
19
comment Using CamelCase in a logo
To be slightly more specific, does it read as you would like it to be read?
Apr
18
comment Is there a way to sort fonts inside Photoshop, as “serif,” “sans-serif,” “script,” etc.?
I really wouldn't rename the fonts. At the very least that's likely to mess up font specification in web pages and third party documents.
Apr
15
answered How can I ensure that a .pdf file I sent to a publisher has the same layout as on my computer?
Apr
15
comment How can I ensure that a .pdf file I sent to a publisher has the same layout as on my computer?
Also, the term 'camera-ready' (although it's a misnomer in a digital print workflow) implies an image ready to be transferred to plate; a PDF cannot be camera-ready as it needs to be interpreted and rasterized first.
Apr
15
comment How can I ensure that a .pdf file I sent to a publisher has the same layout as on my computer?
Difficult to answer this one without access to the PDFs themselves, and thus being able to investigate the actual differences between the files.