Are Adobe Fireworks and Adobe Photoshop’s Brushes just similar?

Question by Lindy Saducos: Are Adobe Fireworks and Adobe Photoshop’s Brushes just similar?
Okay so I’m 13 and our Computer lesson now is about Adobe Fireworks and we are supposed to design a web page on Adobe Fireworks (we are finish with Adobe Photoshop) so I was just wondering if I can use the Photoshop Brushes with Adobe Fireworks? Do they have the same folders? Like the presets folder? I would like to transfer my Photoshop Brushes to my Fireworks Brushes (if they do have because my teacher did not discussed how to use Fireworks because she said Fireworks is only similar to Photoshop but I can clearly see that their “interface” is very very different and we don’t have Photoshop at home. So it’s kind of confusing.) Can I use it? Thanks 🙂 and how can I put the brushes on Adobe Fireworks? Is it just the same process?

Answer:

Answer by Kit Kat
Adobe Fireworks brushes are different to Photoshop’s. I don’t know if you can transfer your brushes over but I doubt you’d need to as Fireworks has the different types of brushes in different groups so are a lot easier to use and find than Photoshops and also if there aren’t any brushes to your liking, making a custom brush is a lot easier in Fireworks. I find it a lot more user friendly 🙂

Q&A: Is there a way to use a “healing brush” tool similar to Photoshop in Mac Preview?

Question by Shannon: Is there a way to use a “healing brush” tool similar to Photoshop in Mac Preview?

Answer:

Answer by iDesign71
No, you will really need a program like Photoshop or similar to do this sort of photo manipulation.
You could check if Gimp (gimp.org) has the features you need – it’s open source software so it’s a free download and it’s available for mac.

Are there any programs similar to Winzip that I can use to install Photoshop brushes?

Question by ╔Elizabeth╗ ♪♫: Are there any programs similar to Winzip that I can use to install Photoshop brushes?
My winzip trial ran out. =X

Answer:

Answer by Youngmug
WinRar

http://www.download.com/WinRAR/3000-2250_4-10007677.html

Q&A: Is there a feature in Photoshop CS4 that is similar to this in PS 7?

Question by j1 projectz: Is there a feature in Photoshop CS4 that is similar to this in PS 7?
In Photoshop 7, I worked pretty fast and enjoyed selecting a single layer by holding down the Control button and clicking the layer. This creates the “moving ants” around whatever is in that layer. I liked this feature.

Unfortunately it doesn’t work this way in CS4.

Or does it? Does anyone know how to do it?

Thanks in advance

Best answer:

Answer by Kyp
Shift + Ctrl + Alt + click on the layer’s thumb.

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