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Illustrator Quick Tips
posted by shuttlecock - 15th of february, 2008
Do you know that by pressing Ctrl + H you can toggle show/hide selected path. This is useful to see your artwork without the selected paths obscuring your view, especially useful when coloring your objects. Do you know that... More...
Mastering Illustrator
posted by maigi - 20th of november, 2007
I decided to take free Illustrator CS Classes to learn to use my program better. First lessons were painful, just has been my previous working with my program. It's like searching screwdriver from cluttered garage. Yes, if you are persistent,... More...
Useful photoshop shortcuts Part 3 ( Edit)
posted by one8edegre - 24th of october, 2007
Edit ===========================Alt+E Clear (selection) ---------------------------Delete / Backspace Color Settings ------------------------------Ctrl+Shift+K Copy ----------------------------------------Ctrl+C Cut... More...
Useful photoshop shortcuts PART 1
posted by one8edegre - 15th of october, 2007
while using photoshop if you are using short cuts it not only speeds up your work process , but leaves you to concentrate more on your work. Here is a list of exceptionally useful shortcuts for using photoshop that might come handy... More...
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