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Adobe Flash Professional CS5 : Working Within the Flash Environment - Setting Text Preferences, Setting Clipboard Preferences
When you edit or work with text in a Flash document, you can specify text related preferences. You can select a font to use when substituting missing fonts, or select text orientation options, which is useful when using English (horizontal) or Asian (vertical) language fonts. In addition, you can select a language as an input method.
QuarkXPress 8 : Special effects for pictures - Exporting modified pictures, Managing imported pictures
It’s important to understand that when you import a picture into a layout, the picture file is not saved as part of the QuarkXPress project file. Instead, QuarkXPress saves the location of the picture file with the project file and uses the original file for onscreen display and printing.
QuarkXPress 8 : Special effects for pictures - Making adjustments, Applying filters
The 12 commands in the Filters layer let you change the appearance of a picture based on value differences within the picture. For example, the Unsharp Mask filter increases the contrast where relatively light areas meet relatively dark areas.
Adobe InDesign CS5 : Working with Objects and Layers - Shearing Objects
The Shear tool on the Tools panel allow you to be creative as you transform objects by creating a slanted version of that object. With the Shear tool, which is under the Free Transform tool (New!), you can transform the object from its center or the reference point.
Adobe InDesign CS5 : Working with Objects and Layers - Scaling Objects
After you create an object, you can change its size by scaling it. To resize an object, either smaller or larger, you can use the Scale tool, which is under the Free Transform tool .
Adobe InDesign CS5 : Working with Objects and Layers - Using the Free Transform Tool
The Free Transform tool allows you to rotate, scale (resize), or shear (slant) an object. However, you cannot copy an object or move the reference point. As you drag to transform an object, you can use keyboard keys to alter the results of a transformation.
Adobe Illustrator CS5 : Working with Objects - Reflecting and Shearing Objects
The Reflect and Shear tools on the Tools panel allow you to be creative as you transform an object. The Reflect tool creates a mirror image of an object, while the Shear tool creates a slanted image of an object.
Adobe Illustrator CS5 : Working with Objects - Rotating and Scaling Objects
After you create an object, you can change its orientation by rotating it or change its size by scaling it. For a freeform rotation, when you want to rotate the object in other than 90 or 180 degree increments, you can use the Rotate tool.
Corel Painter X : Mixed-Up Media - Isn’t That Special (part 2) - Spraying Color—or Candy
The stroke does look like a spray of lines, and it behaves like members of the Airbrush category in a couple of ways. The spray is directional, depending on the tilt and bearing of your Wacom pen. The bottom of my Furry stroke shows that directionality.
Corel Painter X : Mixed-Up Media - Isn’t That Special (part 1) - Anatomy of a Brush
General gives you the most basic info about any variant. The Dab Type for this brush is Captured, which means it is an irregular shape or group of pixels, such as a small drawing. The shape in this case is a very thin rectangle.
CorelDRAW X5 : The X5 Test Drive - Using the Polygon Tool to Design a Gear Shape
The Polygon tool might not seem like it has features to automatically create a gear shape and this is partially true. The Polygon tool produces symmetrical shapes that can be dynamically edited; they can be dramatically modified and still keep a special base property.
CorelDRAW X5 : The X5 Test Drive - Setting Up the Page for the Logo
Although CorelDRAW can open a new document by default when you launch the program, you need to set up guidelines on a default page so the T-shirt logo design will print edge to edge on a sheet of inkjet transfer paper.
CorelDraw 10 : Resizing Objects
The handles that appear to the right and left center of the object affect the object's horizontal scale by making it wider or narrower.
Adobe Dreamweaver CS5 : Working with Web Page Tables - Changing Table Properties
When you create a table, it’s not just about what you place into the individual table cells; it’s how you format the table and the individual cells. When formatting tables, you can set properties for the entire table or for individual rows, columns, or cells in the table.
Adobe Dreamweaver CS5 : Working with Web Page Tables - Splitting and Merging Cells, Sorting Table Data
Cells can also be split or combined (also known as merged). Often there is more to modifying a table than adding or deleting rows or columns; you need to make cells just the right size to accommodate the text you are entering in the table.
Adobe Dreamweaver CS5 : Working with Web Page Tables - Adding Columns or Rows to Tables, Resizing Columns and Rows
As you begin to work on a table, you might need to modify its structure by adding more rows and columns to accommodate new text, graphics, or other tables. The table realigns as needed to accommodate the new structure.
Adobe Photoshop CS5 : Working with Layers - Deleting Layers, Changing Layer Properties
While Photoshop lets you add layers to a document (up to 8,000), it also lets you delete layers. Remember that once you’ve deleted a layer and saved the document, there is no way to recover the deleted layer. However, while the document is open, there is always the chance of recovering the deleted layer through the History panel.
Adobe Photoshop CS5 : Working with Layers - Setting Layer Opacity, Duplicating a Layer
There are times when you will need a copy of a Photoshop layer. Duplicating a layer is a simple process that creates a pixel-to-pixel copy of the selected layer. Once the copied layer is created, it becomes a separate image within the document.
Adobe Photoshop CS5 : Working with Layers - Working with Layer Blending Modes
You can control the number of layers to which a blending mode is applied. Hold down the Alt (Win) or Option (Mac) key, and then click on the visible line separating the adjustment layer from the next lower layer.
Adobe Flash Catalyst CS5 : Set Up Design-time Data
When showing the initial design to your client or boss, you likely added different items to represent the data. In the Magazines Now design, five magazine titles were displayed.
Adobe Flash Catalyst CS5 : Configuring the Repeating Item's Appearance
When you designate the repeating item in the data list, Catalyst automatically adds five instances of it in a vertical list. The Properties panel makes it easy to change this to a horizontal or tile list and set the spacing between items.
Adobe After Effects CS5 : Expressions - Using a Layer’s Index
A layer’s index attribute can be used as a simple but powerful tool that allows you to create expressions that behave differently depending on where the layer is situated in the layer stack.
Adobe After Effects CS5 : Expressions - Linking an Effect Parameter to a Property
You want to link an effect to an audio track. Specifically, you want to link the Field of View (FOV) parameter of the Optics Compensation effect to the amplitude of an audio layer.
Adobe Fireworks CS5 : Working with Vector Graphics - Customizing fills and strokes (part 4) - Adding to the skyline, Adding windows to the building
Selecting the compound shape is just a way to make sure you are adding the other shapes to the correct object. Once you choose the Rectangle tool, the compound shape is no longer selected. This is normal.
Adobe Fireworks CS5 : Working with Vector Graphics - Customizing fills and strokes (part 3) - Using the Compound Shape tool, Working with compound shapes
You have one last task for this file. Notice the skyline scene? The client has asked that the entire width of the design be filled with a skyline, so you need to add one more building.
Adobe Fireworks CS5 : Working with Vector Graphics - Customizing fills and strokes (part 2) - Customizing the stroke, Importing and resizing a vector object
Much like adding a fill to a vector, styling the stroke can also add impact and interest to an object. The plain red stroke we’ve got currently is okay, but to achieve a sense of grittiness and danger, you will customize the stroke using one of the preset Stroke categories.
Adobe Fireworks CS5 : Working with Vector Graphics - Customizing fills and strokes (part 1) - Adding a gradient fill
This “arm” controls the location, direction, angle, and length of the gradient fill. The arm has a circle control point at one end and a square control point at the other.
Adobe Flash Professional CS5 : Working Within the Flash Environment - Setting General Preferences
Some of the preferences allow you to specify the number of undo levels, enable multiple selection, show tooltips, open documents and test movies in tabs, enable span-based selection in the Timeline, make the first frame of each scene in a document a named anchor, and select a specific selection highlight color for different element types, such as drawings, groups, and symbols.
Adobe Flash Professional CS5 : Working Within the Flash Environment - Creating Keyboard Shortcuts
Flash uses built-in keyboard shortcuts designed specifically for Flash. A complete list of the keyboard shortcuts is available in the back of this book. The built-in keyboard shortcuts are organized into sets, which you can duplicate and customize to create your own personalized set.
Adobe Flash Professional CS5 : Working Within the Flash Environment - Creating a Workspace
As you work with Flash, you’ll open, close, and move around windows and panels to meet your individual needs. After you customize the Flash workspace, you can save the location of windows and panels as a workspace, or custom panel set, which you can display by using the Workspace menu on the Applications bar or the Workspaces submenu on the Window menu.
 
 
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