May 18th, 2008

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Trying not to save as optimized...

I am trying to save an animated name tag I did and instead of saving as green it is saving as brown. I cannot get ImageReady to save it unoptimized so it will be green. Any idea on how to fix this? I checked the tags and didn't find one for this. Any help is appreciated.
Minho: a smile that could light up this

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I used this coloring from an icon coloring tutorial I got from here a long time ago, I was wondering if any of you have the link for the tutorial?

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I usually save the tutorials as actions on Photoshop, but my computer had to undergo a reformat and I lost all the actions. I've searched the comm for this tutorial up until Dec 2007, and all I got was a migraine. Help, please?
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Photoshop/Mac Question

So, about a month ago I switched from a Dell to a Mac.  I tried re-downloading the Adobe that I was using, but even though it downloaded it said there was an error.  I searched for Adobe downloads for Mac. and downloaded it, but again it wouldn't open.  I have Gimp, which is okay except I have no clue  how to do anything on it.  Does anyone know where I can download any type of photoshop for Macs? 
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fisheye effect??

okaay so..

is there a way where i can achieve a fisheye effect by photoshopping?
a tutorial on gimp would be cool, but of course no one uses it ):
so a tutorial in photoshop would be great.
just maybe make sure its translatable?
thanks :)
avengers.cap

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I've been working on putting textures over pictures, but the pictures always come out dark, because the background of the textures are black. Is there any way to make it so that doesn't happen?
Here's an example of what it looks like:

I can't take the opacity down low enough so you can't see the black without eliminating the part of the texture that I want. Can anybody help me? Thanks in advance.
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Question about coloring

Is there a way to apply the same coloring to multiple files at once in Photoshop CS? I guess it would be something akin to batch processing. I'm terribly sorry if this is confusing; I'm not sure how to convey what I mean.

For example, say I wanted to make 10 icons and I wanted all ten to have the exact same coloring. But I did not want to have to drag and drop the layers to achieve such coloring. Is there an automated process in Photoshop to accomplish this?