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In this post we will take a drawn design, scan it and clean it up in Photoshop, then trace it using the Live Trace feature in Adobe Illustrator. Live Trace was introduced in Adobe Illustrator CS2 but is still a powerful tool available in Illustrator CS5. This process really gives an artist the freedom to digitally experiment with drawings of any kind .
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Hi everyone, I'm having trouble with a script that served me well for a couple years, but since I upgraded to CS 5, I'm getting the error below: FatalError: General Photoshop error occurred. This functionality may not be available in this version of Photoshop. - <no additional information available> It seems like the script can't properly create the folder in which it should save the images.
You can add conditional logic, so that the script automatically makes "decisions" based on the current situation. For example, you could write a script that decides which color border to add depending on the size of the selected area in an image: "If the selected area is smaller than 2 x 4 inches, add a green border; otherwise add a red border." A single script can perform actions that involve multiple applications. For example, you could target both Photoshop CS2 and another Adobe Creative Suite 2 Application in the same script.
I first began scripting Photoshop in CS. Photoshop CS2 takes scripting even further. Adobe Bridge is even scriptable, so it's possible to run scripts from Bridge itself. It's a really powerful feature that most Photoshop users have no idea even exists. I realized there wasn't a lot of information on the subject on the web, so I decided to share what I learn here.
Whether it's automating tedious tasks, customizing commands, or adding new features, scripting makes almost anything possible in Adobe Photoshop. The ability to script Photoshop debuted back in version seven as an optional plugin that could be downloaded from Adobe's website . As of version eight ( CS ), the scripting plugin is installed by default.
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Review of 2009: 100 great resources At the end of 2008 I produced my review of the year by listing 100 resources I enjoyed during the year. This proved quite popular, so I have done it again this year. I have selected 100 resources - articles postings, PDFs, presentations, videos etc - about (workplace and academic) learning, tools or technologies that I found of interest or practical use or made me think!
Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies The Library Top down implementation of social learning won't work It's time to encourage people to use public social media tools - not ban them! What is social learning?
A Cheat Sheet is one pager (or in some cases a few pages) brining together the most important and often used information about a specific technology, tool etc. Cheat Sheets are useful because Web Developers today need to remember more things to be effective doing their job than most people can manage. Having the right Cheat Sheets printed out and placed on the wall next to the monitor is like adding extra memory banks to an exhausted computer – the information you need can be accessed instantly. This post focus on Cheat Sheets for Web Developers but You can find them on many other subjects. Read on and pick the Cheat Sheets you need.
Emoticons, now many times seen as graphic, even animated, images in internet forums, pages and emails, started off as simple text used to easily indicate that some specific text was sarcasm or 'just a joke' or to indicate an emotion such as happiness or sadness. From the website of Scott E. Fahlman (source below): Yes, I am the inventor of the sideways “smiley face” (sometimes called an “emoticon”) that is commonly used in E-mail, chat, and newsgroup posts. Or at least I’m one of the inventors. By the early 1980’s, the Computer Science community at Carnegie Mellon was making heavy use of online bulletin boards or “bboards”.
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