I have a real issue.
I have a PSD file that became corrupted when the power went out in the house while in the middle of saving the the file.
The PSD file itself is corrupted.
When I load it it says "Could not complete your request because an unexpected end-of-file was encountered."
Actually I take that back. I think that MIGHT actually work. I see you can save the POSITION of graphics and layers and not have any effect on changing the original position.
That is one amazingly POWERFUL feature. It's quite the task to convert all like 30 psd files to this 1 "INDEX" page but...
I am creating a website in psd for final proof. I created split the file so there are basically 5 layers
And of course a LOT of sub layers inside each to create a page of the website.
Let's say I am working on PAGE 1 and have done perhaps 20...
PHEW!! I don't have a c:\temp.. But found it in a folder in the MY DOCUMENTS AND SETTINGS folder.. Anyways.. What you said is EXTREMELY IMPORTANT TO ME so not to have this done again..
Please explain because I am not fully understanding. Let's say I have 2 files:
WHAT THE HELL JUST HAPPENED???????????
I created a Layout.psd and a year-overview.psd.
The layout was to be the layout of the site and year-overview.psd was to be the center page. I opened the year-overview.psd and PLACED layout.psd inside. Clicked the Smart Object to edit it as a new...
Not sure how well I can explain this. This is an idea that I would THINK photoshop would have but perhaps I am not aware and have been doing this the HARD way??
* Let's say I am creating a website template which usually consists of a HEADER, FOOTER, (perhaps a LEFT, RIGHT) and a CONTENT...