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Gradients how to create the effect of a convex and concave surface by gradients?what percentages of light and dark shades of a gradient and at what distances of a filled object make it look concave or convex?

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Saved illustrator 10 file gets corrupted

Check for a damaged pattern, gradient, or custom color
To determine if the problem is caused by a damaged pattern, gradient, or custom color:

1. Choose Edit > Select All and change the fill and stroke to process black.
2. Perform task 4 again to determine whether the problem occurs in a new file that does not contain the patterns, gradients, or spot colors. If the problem does not recur, re-create the pattern, gradient, or spot color in the original file.


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Second: shareware tool Illustrator Repair Kit

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Oct 27, 2014 | Adobe Illustrator 10.0 for PC

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How create 3d effect in illustrator cs3

Hi and thank you for using fixya

Here is how to do your 3d effect

1-open illustrator

2-create new document any size you like

3- create image or object you want to 3d on artboard

4-select object

5- click on the menu bar click effect then click 3d then click extrude and bevel

6- you will get a menu with all the different options for 3d

Have fun

Thank you

Mar 18, 2010 | Adobe Illustrator CS2 Full Version for PC

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That's not too bad, create a new layer and put it in soft light mode from the drop down list on the layer menu to the right. On the new layer, play around with lighter colors with the brush tool directly on the dark bags. It may take a little work, but it's the best way I know how to do it.

Jul 14, 2009 | Adobe Photoshop 6.0 for Mac

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Black Background Around Layer Window

The expanded area outside your document is called the "workspace". You can change this to any color you want by following these steps:

1) Select the color you want, this will make the selected color into your Foreground color swatch.

2) In the tool palette select the Paint Bucket tool (this tool shares the same space in the tool palette as the gradient tool).

3) Make sure your window is large enough for you to see the workspace.

4) Hold down the Shift key and at the same time click the paint bucket in the workspace.

This will change the color of the workspace to the color you chose as your foreground color in step 1.

Dec 26, 2008 | Adobe Photoshop CS2 for PC

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Photoshop, separating gray shades

I'd select the different levels of gray, and cut the color out of the picture, then paste it into a new document, using the exact same document and canvas sizes each time, so that you end up with three or four new documents, each with a different level of grey. If you're familiar enough with PS, you can do so by adding four new layers, and simply copy and paste the colors to four separate layers, and just hide all layers except the one you're printing currently. PS will ignore all layers that are invisible when printing. Click the 'eye' icon on each layer so that all of them are hidden except the one you want to print.

Hope this will FixYa!!!

Jun 01, 2008 | Adobe FC Photoshop CS V8.0 for mac

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Gradients and images appear jagged in Photoshop CS3

make sure u have the latest graphic card installed on ur mac, so that it matches with the compatibility of photoshop cs3

May 19, 2008 | Adobe Photoshop CS3 10

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Photoshop CS2 error msg.

press Alt+Ctrl+Shift while opening Photshop .
You can see a message window asking to 'delete the adobe photoshop settings file'. Answer yes to it...Probably your problem will be solved with this..

Oct 30, 2007 | Adobe Photoshop CS2 for PC

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Place map which moves from right to left. Draw a circle in the layer above and change it to mask layer. In a new layer create circle with radial gradient of grey of 60% transparency at the border and 100% inside. Check the animation

Sep 29, 2007 | Macromedia Flash MX

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Elastic effect

Would love to help you out. But your question is incomplete. Please let us know how are you planning the effect? Are you completely coding an actionscript or are you creating an animation? If so describe the problem a little bit more.

Sep 19, 2007 | Macromedia Flash MX

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