I ish hapi to door-nate the funds to photoaid!
i found tat cs2 n cs3 make gif ish abit diff
abit more complicated
will show u on sat
but mine is cs2 la
hopefully same as cs3
On the other hand, if we do not have committee, then things are not able to move on as smoothly as they should have.
Let nature take its course...
At the end of the day, we should always look at what is our objective of being TangShooters.
that is to SHOOT !!! and after the shooting, we like and enjoy seeing each others work. As long as our objectives are met, rest is secondary. Just my personal opinion.
phoa bad news
No more ImageReady in CS3 - VERY FRUSTRATING
AdamDuro - 04:29pm Apr 19, 2007 Pacific
Now I heard that Image ready was going by the wayside in CS3, but I didn't panic, since I figured most of the image slicing and web optimization features would just be integrated into Photoshop CS3. When I opened up Photoshop CS3 and found out this was not the case, again, I didn't panic because I figured the new and improved Fireworks/Photoshop integration would do the trick.
Then I fired up Fireworks, loaded up my PSD, and panicked. The PSD was all screwed up. None of the clipping layers were working, and even some layer styles did not transfer over exactly.
This is really frustrating me. I have had to fire up my old copy of ImageReady CS2 and use it.
I'm sorry, when it comes to slicing a design, ImageReady was the best. It's slice sets were genius. I dig fireworks, and have no problem using it, but if it's not going to read my PSD with our alterations, it's useless.
If anyone has any idea on how I can adjust my workflow to try and overcome this frustration, I'd appreciate it. Until I figure something out, I'll be using ImageReady CS2 for web graphic optimization.
I USE PORTRAIT PROFESSIONAL