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Windows 7: Custom Made Sig and Avatar [8]

03 Mar 2012   #981

 

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Thanks koolkat

A request for my fellow GFX pal Athene ... enjoy
Woooow!!!! Incredibly lovely! Thanks a million, Nick! :-D *does the happy dance*

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03 Mar 2012   #982

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Thanks Ladypink and Athene, glad you liked them

and thanks to all those that left such nice replies
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03 Mar 2012   #983
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I was bored
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Thanks koolkat

A request for my fellow GFX pal Athene ... enjoy
Dual treat, Nick ! You are just wonderful
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03 Mar 2012   #984

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Thanks koolkat

A request for my fellow GFX pal Athene ... enjoy
Looks great Nick! I love the new shape design
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03 Mar 2012   #985

 

So, I finally installed the student version of Adobe Photoshop Extended CS5 on my Windows 7 computer. The interface is as I know it from Photoshop Elements, with, of course, a lot of extra tools and features, so it's quite homely for me :-) The only difference is that the program is in German (no English version available at the uni shop), which is fine with me (most Swiss are multilingual). So, now I have to familiarise myself with the new stuff :-D
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03 Mar 2012   #986
Arc

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Very good news Athene.

Thr main magic of photoshop is the blending options, which can do plenty of things , excellently. Right click on the layer's thumbnail on the layers pallet, and select blending options from the context menu, it will open the layer style window. A lot of very powerful options are listed in the left pane. Select one by one, play with the attributes and variables of the right pane, and see the changes.

I wish you will be able to get it easily, and it will bring your creativity to a level which is even higher.
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03 Mar 2012   #987

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Athene View Post
So, I finally installed the student version of Adobe Photoshop Extended CS5 on my Windows 7 computer. The interface is as I know it from Photoshop Elements, with, of course, a lot of extra tools and features, so it's quite homely for me :-) The only difference is that the program is in German (no English version available at the uni shop), which is fine with me (most Swiss are multilingual). So, now I have to familiarise myself with the new stuff :-D
Apparently the default language is English. Close the program and see if you can find and rename the *.dat file in your locales folder.

Look for C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Photoshop CS5\Locales\es_MX\Support Files

es_MX will be different depending on language. Swiss might be sw_SW , etc.

You should find tw10428.dat rename that to tw10428.bak

A Guy
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03 Mar 2012   #988

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Hmm, Bill are you a closet PS user and hiding your talent?
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03 Mar 2012   #989

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Athene View Post
So, I finally installed the student version of Adobe Photoshop Extended CS5 on my Windows 7 computer. The interface is as I know it from Photoshop Elements, with, of course, a lot of extra tools and features, so it's quite homely for me :-) The only difference is that the program is in German (no English version available at the uni shop), which is fine with me (most Swiss are multilingual). So, now I have to familiarise myself with the new stuff :-D
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Hmm, Bill are you a closet PS user and hiding your talent?
I am an expert googler, pulling bits and pieces from several sources. How do you think I get any rep? You think I know this stuff??!

A Guy
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03 Mar 2012   #990

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I am an expert googler, pulling bits and pieces from several sources. How do you think I get any rep? You think I know this stuff??!

A Guy
Well yes I did.
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