Can I add Html Text formatting in my Photoshop or ImageReady layout?
Follow these few steps: (Both Photoshop & ImageReady)
A. Select the Slice Select Tool, then double click the Slice you want to apply html text formatting.
B. Then from the 'Slice Options' dialog, change the 'Slice Type' feature from 'Image' to 'No Image'.
C. A 'Text Displayed in Cell' field appears to allow for normal text or html formatted text.
Is it possible to use my operating systems Color Picker other than the default Photoshop Color Picker?
Hit Ctrl+K (Mac:Command+K) to open the Preferences.
In the 'General' area, from the second drop down option captioned 'Color Picker', select your operating system, Windows/Apple.
(You will obviously only see the your OS option and not both)
How do I create a border around my image?
A. Create a new layer. (Shift+Ctrl+N / Mac: Shift+Command+N)
B.Drag that new layer to the top of the Layers Palette stacking order.
C.Ctrl+A /Mac:Command+A to activate a selection surrounding your entire document.
D.Go 'Edit/Stroke' menu command.
E. Set your desired Stroke width, color, location, blending & opacity options.
How can I auto center a layer on drag and drop from one document to another?
Hold the Shift key as you drag from the base document to the target document will automatically center align it.
I would like to save my ImageReady animation as a QuickTime
movie but it is not under the save as options. Where is this option
Open ImageReady, then:
A. File/Export/Original Document
B. Choose the QuickTime Movie from the Save As Type menu
C. Then choose a desired compression options
My cursor has reverted to a crosshair for every tool I use. How do I get the default tool cursor to appear?
More than often you 'Caps Lock' key is on.
Turn it off and the crosshair cursor will revert back to the default active tool.
While using the 'Polygonal or Magnetic Lasso Tools (L)' for
creating selections often I click ahead of the intended area and find
myself starting over again. Is there an easier way to handle this?
Indeed there is an easier way to handle this.
Simply hit the 'Delete' key on your keyboard to erase recently/unwanted segments.
Then proceed with your selection.
I open a .gif file in Photoshop but I am unable to edit it. How to resolve this?
Bear in mind that .gif files by default carry the 'Indexed' color mode.
To allow for full edit abilities you must convert from 'Indexed' to 'RGB'.
Simply go 'Edit/Mode' and select the 'RGB' option from the list.