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Just a designer doing my best to learn the difficult stuff as I go along!

Really grateful to the people on here for helping me out when I need it. Thankyou!


Oct
24
awarded  Teacher
Oct
24
comment Can I have the equivalent of a Ps 'smart object' in Ai which I can keep updating in Ps?
I just keep the placed psd open in Ps the whole time, and whenever I edit and save it, then go back to Ai, a popup in Ai says "Some files are modified in the Links panel - would you like to update them now?" When I click yes, it magically updates :D :D :D
Oct
23
answered Can I have the equivalent of a Ps 'smart object' in Ai which I can keep updating in Ps?
Oct
23
comment Can I have the equivalent of a Ps 'smart object' in Ai which I can keep updating in Ps?
This actually worked for me! Perfect - thanks so much.
Oct
23
asked Can I have the equivalent of a Ps 'smart object' in Ai which I can keep updating in Ps?
Jan
14
comment What's the Illustrator equivalent of Photoshop's clipping masks?
Sorry, I meant if I edit the plane's shape, the other objects won't stay aligned to the new edge.
Jan
13
comment What's the Illustrator equivalent of Photoshop's clipping masks?
AHHHHHH @plainclothes that was easy, thanks! Perfect :) That's three different but excellent ways to do what I needed. I appreciate all of your time.
Jan
13
accepted What's the Illustrator equivalent of Photoshop's clipping masks?
Jan
13
comment What's the Illustrator equivalent of Photoshop's clipping masks?
Although you lose the editability of the plane while everything remains within its shape. I guess this is perfect for simpler and lots of objects where it's unlikely I'll want to tweak it. Cheers!
Jan
13
comment What's the Illustrator equivalent of Photoshop's clipping masks?
Yeah that just makes the mask shape disappear :(
Jan
13
awarded  Scholar
Jan
13
awarded  Student
Jan
13
asked What's the Illustrator equivalent of Photoshop's clipping masks?