You've seen them, sliding in from the side or suddenly obstructing the text you're reading: "Would you like to take a survey?" or "To subscribe to our website..." These are inline code, so pop-up blockers don't catch them. Is there a plug-in that does? [more inside]
Trying to find an Outlook solution that will permit users to only have to update one calendar and then to have various audiences in the office see only the entries relevant to that audience. [more inside]
My manperson/GM wants to play Dawn of Worlds, a roleplaying game where people collaboratively make a map, online. In order to do this, we need some kind of platform that can allow people to collaboratively edit an image with state saving and rollbackable images. [more inside]
What is a great place to get a (lady) haircut in Pittsburgh? [more inside]
IllustratorFilter: I inherited in an .ai file that has no "tipping arrow" on it's layers in the layers window -- so i can't view the items in the layer window like normal. is the file corrupted or is this some setting i don't know about? [more inside]
Seeking dinner recipes that involve layering components! [more inside]
How can I generate an "average image" from 200 photographs? [more inside]
Atmospheric science filter: This picture of the sun was taken while it was setting over the NE Pacific Ocean. Is there a scientific explanation of why there are distinct, horizontal darkening layers of color on the orb from top to bottom?
How do I achieve crisp text in a Photoshop PDF, and how can I ensure that Photoshop-created type will come out OK when commercially printed? [more inside]
Photoshop Question: is there a way to get a count of pixels contained within any (irregularly shaped) selection/layer?
Photoshop Question: is there a way to get a count of pixels contained within any (irregularly shaped) selection/layer? [more inside]
Photoshop-Shortcut Filter: How to toggle between layers w/out touching the mouse - basically, I'm looking for and alt-tab option for layers within Photoshop. [more inside]
Do 3rd party PDF print drivers flatten layers? When printing a PDF from within Photoshop or Illustrator, do 3rd party PDF engines (PDFCreator or CutePDF or other) automatically flatten all the layers? If not, is there a setting in either 3rd party driver to do so?
If layers are better for warmth (as I have been told as long as I can remember), why isn't there a blanket made out of a bunch of thin layers fastened together?
Is there a way, possibly via scripting, to export the top-level Layers of an Adobe Illustrator CS2 document as a multi-PAGE PDF? [more inside]
Can I convert a multi-layer .psd to a multi-layer .pdf? [more inside]
Is there a way to work with layers in Powerpoint, similar to Photoshop? [more inside]
Hopefully a simple question, but I can't think of a googly-good way to ask. Is there a way in Photoshop to open multiple images as layers in a single PSD? For instance, can I select 10 .jpg images and somehow magically make them into a stack of layers in one .psd file I'm working on? Right now, I'm doing this by hand (open file, select all, copy, paste into .psd, wish for a better way).
Is it possible to batch process layers in Photoshop? I need each layer as a separate JPG.