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To my knowledge there're no date variables in Photoshop but this can be solved using a simple script and Photoshop Events Manager system which allows to run Actions or Scripts after a particular event was fired in PS. For instance, in a document I have a bunch of layers and a text layer called _dateTextItem: And I have this script saved anywhere on a ...


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Try using a displacement map to emulate the surface texture on the font -- an in progress frame above of something I'm working on.


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Apparently it was a simple way to do it. Just check if the words total length is 0, even when the frame is not empty. Non-word characters like the data markers, even if there are many of them, amount to a total of zero words, hence: var myStories = app.activeDocument.stories.everyItem().getElements(); for (i = myStories.length - 1; i >= 0; i--){ var ...


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It looks like you are applying the gradient in one narrow horizontal strip. You can apply the gradient to a wider strip, and you can shift the position of the stops while using the tool so it looks more like the example in the tutorial. For example: Here's the gradient I used


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Somehow, I have the feeling that applying transformations to a font is not a good habit in the print business... In my opinion, print shops that require the whole text to be outlined are overreacting, but it shows how sensitive the whole process is... From a quick internet search, I had the feeling that the other well known DTP tool, also does not allow ...


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