So, you set up an amazing image in Adobe illustrator and carefully and exactly laid out some guides... Perhaps your plan was to create slices from those guides, until you found that the “create slices from guides” option in Adobe Illustrator sucks balls. Or maybe you are making a web graphic and want to set up slices in Photoshop because you want exact pixel control where the image will be sliced.
Regardless the reason, you simply want to copy the guides from illustrator and paste them into Photoshop, or export/import them, whatever, you want to move Adobe illustrator guides to Adobe Photoshop.
Well... I have good news and bad news:
If you are using a Gavick Pro template with Joomla but the image doesn’t scale when the browser window size is changed, fret not, I encountered this problem and can help you out.
It turns out not all the Module styles for the Image Show GK4 are responsive. What does this mean? It means that unless your settings are correct, the images shown in the Gavick Pro Image Show (GK4) will not scale with the rest of the website.
I was looking for alternative to dropbox simply to have another option that I could install along with dropbox to share different files. Yes I know about Box, Google drive, One Drive (formerly Sky Drive) and the myriad of other alternatives, but none of them tickled my fancy. Then I discovered “Copy”.
Copy offers 15gb of space and if you spread the word via an affiliate link you can earn additional space. Please check it copy through my one here
I’m also happy for you to leave a comment with your own Copy affiliate link and readers can jump to the comments to give a bit of free space to their internet friends. You also get another 5gb free just for downloading and installing the app. That’s a pretty good start; 20gb free...
I hate the morality of Samsung’s business tactics and although I still don’t applaud any kind of theft, I couldn’t help but feel a little bit of Shadenfreude from the report that Robbers stole 40,000 Samsung phones
and computers from a Brazil factory. Oh the irony.
What was acceptably funny though, were the comments at the end of the article, I lol’d:
How I saw the Brazilian goalkeeper in the semi-final of the Fifa World Cup 2014 last night (German won 7 -1).