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Websites use graphics to enhance information, assist navigation, and generally improve the user’s experience. To create those graphics, developers use any number of programs, like the Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop and Flash have their own topics), the CorelDraw suite, Xara, Gimp, ACDSee, Serif, ULead and others.

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Is it possible to create colour libraries patterns in Adobe Creative Cloud, and then they appear in Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Sketch, and Adobe Comp?

I'm constantly working on repeat client projects and I have to keep going back to their logo to sample their default color. I'm sure Adobe Creative Cloud has a better way of managing this across all of their software?
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How can I make it so logos that I create fit scale recommended by theme makers? Like 190px x 60px...is there software or something I can use rather than over and over again making a picture smaller/bigger until I get it right?

Thanks
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Hi!
Members, can u help me know how to change a .jpeg photo to .tab file ?
IBS1.JPG
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Hello,

I would like to know where to find high quality product images for my website, like perfumes images, sneakers, electronics and everything else...

I don't mind if I have to pay to download them.

Thank you
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Hi All, I am creating a simple module using API.AI where API will ask set of 10 questions and retrieve answers.I In between of these question set i.e. after question 3, i want to handle in between user queries using other intent also but after handling those queries, I want to return back to the original question set i.e. question 4. Can we do this ? if not what is the suitable way of handling such scenario?
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Hi,

I've just changed to a new Macbook Pro, and i've installed the latest version of Photoshop.

I have two questions.

01 - When i open a file (72dpi) in photoshop it looks really really small, even though it is set to 100% view. If i open the file in Preview, it looks fine.

02 - When i take a screenshot on the Mac, it has a 144 resolution instead of the usual 72dpi (why would this be)

Thanks in advance for your help.
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I've been living in an ancient world, still using Photoshop CS2. Its time to upgrade, but I have many PSD files created in CS2. My question is a simple one (hopefully).

Will my PSD files be compatible with Photoshop CC? Will I be able to open and edit my old PSD's in CC?
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Hi,

I am looking a vector format for the attached image, note that this is slightly unusual version to normal world maps as I am applying it to a sphere. Would anyone know what this is called (this version against other versions) and has anyone come across any stock library for this particular texture map

Regards
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I am working in an Android application using linphone. I am adding headers to my message to identify different types of conversation, headers are added correctly when a message contains text; however, when the headers are added to messages containing images, for some reason the image message is failing.

Here is the code where the image is process. (ChatFagment)

private void sendImageMessage(String path, int imageSize) {
LinphoneCore lc = LinphoneManager.getLcIfManagerNotDestroyedOrNull();
boolean isNetworkReachable = lc == null ? false : lc.isNetworkReachable();

if (this.isGroupChat || this.isConcierge) {

    invalidate();

    try {
        Bitmap bm = BitmapFactory.decodeFile(path);
        if (bm != null) {

            for (int i = 0; i < this.chatRooms.size(); i++) {

                LinphoneChatRoom chatRoom = this.chatRooms.get(i);
                if (chatRoom != null && path != null && path.length() > 0 && isNetworkReachable) {
                    FileUploadPrepareTask task = new FileUploadPrepareTask(getActivity(), path, imageSize);
                    task.execute(bm);
                } else if (!isNetworkReachable && LinphoneActivity.isInstanciated()) {
                    LinphoneActivity.instance().displayCustomToast(
                            getString(R.string.error_network_unreachable), Toast.LENGTH_LONG);
                }
            }

        } else {
            Log.e("Error, bitmap factory can't read " + path);
       …
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Are there any great third party plugins (Graphic Style Libraries) for Adobe Illustrator CC etc?

Free or paid?
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I have a SharePoint 2010 list with a field name of opportunityID and need to find a way to list all records where there could be duplicates
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I'd like to create a gift guide (product catalog) that I can convert to PDF and then convert to HTML5 using a tool like PubHTML5 so I can upload a holiday gift guide for my customers.  

Question is what is the best tool to compose the original layout of pages?  I have tried using Word or PowerPoint but I'm not sure that's going to give me the best flexibility of layout choices.
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We have a 12 page InDesign CS6 file made up of 6 placed Illustrator CS6 files. We need to produce accessible PDFs which pass checks in Adobe Acrobat XI. While we can tag the documents to pass basic tests, there are many vector infographics that need alt tags. If I fix these in Acrobat, this will need to be done every time the source document is changed. I tried converting the Illustrator file to InDesign, and it changed the text into outlined graphics. I have seen utilities you can buy, but is there any way to automate the process. My ultimate goal would be to have the documents first past Acrobat XI's Accessibility Checker tests with default settings, then to bring them as close to WCAG 2.0 AA (see w3c.org for details) as possible. Thanks, Terri.
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Web Graphics Software

8K

Solutions

10K

Contributors

Websites use graphics to enhance information, assist navigation, and generally improve the user’s experience. To create those graphics, developers use any number of programs, like the Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop and Flash have their own topics), the CorelDraw suite, Xara, Gimp, ACDSee, Serif, ULead and others.