Question by BLAH ♥: I just downloaded brushes for photoshop but i can’t find them in the brushes thing where are they?
I already extracted them.
new brushes. not the onces tht are already there.
Answer by Ben Z
you have to install them into photoshop brushes, the small square thingy (made out of three small lines) on the top right of the brushes window, click on it and click on load brushes
Question by Nirmala: Why is it that some thing as expensive as Adobe Dreamweaver CS4 can only work in a screen DPI of 96 ?
I paid big money and bought the CS4 Adobe suite and now find that the program only supports a screen DPI of 96 . Any higher, and the icons on the screen are clipped. Surely Adobe should have found out this fault before releasing such a professional program to the markert?
Answer by Windowphobe
“DPI” doesn’t actually exist on screen: there are pixels only. And Windows, for some reason, considers that one logical inch on the screen equals 96 pixels. (Apple for many years used 72.)
If you need higher-res graphics, Adobe will happily direct you to Photoshop.
Question by Dorkshire: Is there such a thing as a blending tool on CS4?
Is there such a thing as a blending brush on Photoshop CS4, similar to the blending tools on Painter X? Where can I get this blending tool if there is one? Thanks!
Answer by Tim D
I don’t know the blending tool in Painter X, but I imagine it would be like the smudge and blur tools, the default icon in the tool palette looks like a waterdrop.
Question by Mr C: Sable brush width on photoshop brush plugin thing?
was doing a project and a 1 pixel brush is huge… what is going on here…
Answer by OnePenToRuleThemAll
Oh dear, sounds like a bit of a hash. One pixel brush width is extremely small.
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Question by I Am The Walrus: Is Photoshop Elements7 an improvement extension of PS CS4 or is it basically the same thing only fewer control?
I have been working with Photoshop CS4 for years and graduated with a degree in Graphic Design last year. I am considering purchasing a new software and have heard that Photoshop Elements 7.0 is the simplified version of Photoshop CS4 (and in no way improved).
Is Photoshop Elements an improvement extension of PS CS4 or is it basically the same thing only fewer controls?
Answer by Mujer Alta
Elements 7 is what’s called a “build” of Photoshop CS4. It’s developed using CS4 as its foundation. Elements is a “basic” edition without the more professional bells and whistles. Not as many adjustment layers, not as many controls, no vector graphics capability, no color separation for printing, etc. Elements is for the hobbyist. Photoshop, for the professional. Elements is not an improved update for CS4.
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Do I have too many brushes on photoshop, or so many that my scroll bar won’t allow me to scroll down to the others. I have to use my scroll wheel to get to the ones that I loaded, and it takes forever. Does anyone know how to correct this? I’m using Adobe Photoshop CS2.