- OMG it’s 2014!
- Mao Mao, Mao Mao…..
- Check out We Are Kittens! I am putting effort into that thing!
- Creative Cloud! Now it’s the only option!
I have no idea when it got fixed, but now Alternate Layouts and Multiple pages sizes doesn’t screw up the Print Booklet function!. In fact, when specifying a page range, you can select the name of your alternate layout from a dropdown menu!
I wasn’t all that impressed with Lightroom Mobile, because I don’t think i really want to do lightroom work on my phone, but somehow I like the idea of Lightroom Web better…. You can access your mobile lightroom collections from any browser now, and do some light editing. Just log into your adobe account from your browser, or go to lightroom.adobe.com
What I really want though, is the ‘web’ presentation features to be dumped out straight from lightroom to my adobe hosted server, and have the front end be something like smug mug..
Had the fortune of having to build out some files as SVG the other day. I never really lookeda t the SVG filters. but here is what they look like.. I missed one, but don’t feel like going back to do it again. A couple of them didn’t preview correctly in Illustrator.
This feature has been kicking around a while, but I just stumbled on it recently. You can customize and create your own Tools Panel in Illustrator!
This is great for those buried subtools that don’t have a default keyboard shortcut (looking at you, polygon tool!) or those tools that I can never find for the occasional use (knife and scissors). you can basically drag any tool from the tools menu into a new tool bar of your own making, and then have a second tool bar!
• To add tools to your own new tool bar, drag it from the default tool bar
• To remove tools from the customized tool bar, drag it out into the artboard (you have to have a document open to do this)
Photoshop introduced a feature to generate assets automatically from your layers by giving them a specific name (see more here) with File > Generate > Image Assets, but the rules for naming the files are… complex. So now there is a friendlier way to do this through File > Extract Assets, which gives you a GUI interface for doing the same thing.
- Select the layer or layers you want to extract
- Choose File > Extract Assets, or right click on the layers panel and chose extract assets from the contextual menu.
- The Extract Assets Dialog box shows up
- Follow instructions to set up asset extraction.
- Photoshop will automatically name the layers for you