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Convert Custom Shape to eps

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I have a csh file that contains a custom shape that I want to use as an eps ( be able to use it in illustrator flash etc. )

Make work path from selection is really ugly. Tried increasing my file res, and trying again, but no dice.

Is there  an easy way to do this?

Cheers,
Nick


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Draw the shape layer on your canvas. Then go to File>Export>Paths To Illustrator. Then you can open the path in AI, and do whatever you like with it.
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whoa I feel dumb.... I was using 'fill pixels' instead of shape layer or path..... jeez


Thanks!
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