Will someone please point me in the direction of anything that explains what "tweening" is and how to use it? I have photoshopcs2 and image ready, I think o_O. Thanks.
Edit: Thanks yo - I got it
Help! I'm using Adobe Photoshop:CS.
As I was about to use a brush, my kitten jumped on my keyboard, and the brush doesn't show before I want to use it. Just a crosshair shows. Anyone know what my kitten stepped on so I can correct this? I'm sorry this question is so vague.
EDIT: She stepped on the CAPS Lock button. I'll leave this up in case anyone else has this problem, unless the mod[s] want me to delete this.
Is there a shortcut to rotating a brush (before applying it)? I don't want to rotate a layer and am wondering if there's a quicker way to doing this besides opening the brush pallette and rotating the brush tip. I use PS7. Thanks!
The program that I am using for icon is photoshop CS basically just wondering how people make an icon with old movie line (if this what you call it)? Please give me a tutorial on it. Thanks!
I checked the memories...or, well, tried to, and couldn't find this...
I was making an icon, and when I went to use a brush it wouldn't work. I tried a couple more, but it seems to be a problem with the brushes in general, and I don't know what.
When I try to use them it says "could not use the history brush because the current canvas size does not match that of the history state". I'm new to PS (CS2) and have no clue what that means.
ETA: Or, *groan* Y'know, I could me a MORON and have clicked the wrong brush.
Okay, I have tried to look in the memories for a tutorial on this but the memories section is down so I am going to try asking. So, I know how to make a mini movie icon when I already have the movie clip but now that I have a DVD player I was told I could make them with movies I have. I was wondering if anyone knew how to do this? I use Jasc animation to make the icons. Any help would be wonderful!
I use PSP9 and when I type text there's a big gap between one line and the next, this is the default setting I believe, I'd like to set it so that I don't have to keep creating a new vector layer and typing underneath the line as close as I want. I believe it's called leading? If it goes into minus numbers it goes above the first line of text and if it moves to 1.000 it's too far below the line. I know I've not explained this very well. As far as I'm aware its not in the memories, is there anyone who can tell me what setting I should use to end up with a normal sized gap? Thank You very much to those who helped. I've got it sorted now, thank you.
I had a question about Image Ready (yes, I looked through the memories). I'm having trouble saving my animation.
Do the images you start with have to be in .gif format? Because I had originally saved my images as .png, and the animation will only save as .png (which ends up being no animation at all...