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    type tool problem...

    ok the results from the 5th annual photoshop problem solving time trials are in: Challenge: Releasing the Type tool with the keyboard only. Answer: Ctrl+Enter or Enter in the Numerical Pad. 1st place.... in lightening speed markzebra 2nd place... shortly after {OZ} 3rd place... Raphael 4th...
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    type tool problem...

    nope :( still no joy..... have a go at it..... 1: create a new canvas (any size) 2: hit F twice 3: hit Tab once 4: hit T 5: type away........ and when finished..... try and get out (back to normal palette mode)..... without losing your text. ......aghhhhhhhhh!!!!!!!!
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    type tool problem...

    hey people..... this happens to me so often, I'm getting fed up with it now and I need someones help here to deal with it. I hit 'F' twice to go 'Fullscreen'... then I hit 'Tab' to clear the palettes. From this point I decide to edit some text and hit the 'T' key to bring up the type...
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    Favorite filter

    ..... well I liked the idea of a Mr Gaussian Blur.... spending his time walking the dog with Mrs Radial Blur...... damn you OZ..... next you'll be telling us that Father Xmas was dreamed up by Coca Cola! :)
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    Open multiple files as layers?

    sorry dude ..... I have absolutely no-idea what you're goin on about :D .... (markm clueless as ever) I'll try and guess though: when you say .ps files... you're refering to .psd files, correct? if not.... can you share what a .ps file is? .... and forgive me..... but what the hell is a...
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    Favorite filter

    do blending modes count?.... I use a lot of them... the Gaussian Blur, Motion Blur, Add Noise and Polar Coordinates.... they are the only true Filters I use now... when I hear the word 'Filter' ... my head thinks 'shortcut' ... which inturn makes me uneasy. perhaps I just can't use them...
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    A few cool tips...

    here's a few cool tips I found... Ctrl+Alt+T = duplicates your transforming Ctrl+Alt+Shift+N To create a new layer directly above the one you're using... and then... Ctrl+Alt+Shift+E To duplicate every visible layer to the new layer you've just created. and finally... sketch ideas...
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