I'm just wondering if there is a font client that can be downloaded. I like to see my fonts in their respective fonts like in Microsoft Word and I haven't been able to acheive this in Photoshop yet. I'm not sure if it would be a Photoshop plug-in or an external client.
I'm wondering if there is a Font Preview plugin available that will do what Illustrator SHOULD HAVE done for many years - which is to actually allow you to toggle through your font list and display the text you entered in the fonts you are clicking through - - kind of like what CorelDraw has had for the last 15 years.
Imagine that... being able to review text in a selected font to facillitate the selection of an appropriate visual reference for logos, etc. Earth-shaking, I know.it seems there would be an Illustrator plugin by now that would do this???
Or do I have to continue to have CorelDraw opened up so that I can review text in various fonts to determine the best choice for a given project font?
I have just upgraded from Elements 11 to version 12 and cannot get the new version to recognise Perfect Effects 4 as a plug-in. I have verified the path and even copied any relevant plugin files from the Elements 11 directory into the corresponding Elements 12 directories, but still no luck. This is running on Windows 8 64bit.
I've been working on embedding an Illustrator Live-Effect plugin to a new Illustrator CS5 plugin.One of the live-effects alters the text of text objects to use standardized abbreviations for place labels in maps.
I have ported the plugin using the exact same Live Effect name and the same parameter names to the live effect dictionary of the art.This in the hope that when I open the illustrator file in CS5 the effect will continue to work on converted text art.
But when I open an Illustrator 10 file in Illustrator CS5, the text object comes up with an "<Unknown>" live effect entry in the Appearance panel. And as the text is converted from legacy text to new ATE-text, the result of the live effect is also gone.
Studying the contents of the illustrator files, I find the following in the Illustrator 10 file
it isn't working because the name of the plugin file is different (or is it another reason?)It's a bit tricky because I have now combined several filters and live effects from several earlier plugins into a single new plugin.
It is easy to receive a notification upon opening a document and check if it's an earlier version of Illustrator.But how do I go about tracing the art tree to "upgrade" these live effects to the current plugin?
I have downloaded and extracted dpy's pack in order to use the perspective tool to correct converging verticals. When I click on Effects > Distort there is a 20+ list but none for perspective. I am a Newbie and have successfully downloaded and used Madjic's pack to create a grid. What have I done or not done?
Is there a plugin that can take an image and kind of break it down if you will? Like when you see a "Dirty" font, it's like a regular font that has cracks and holes in it that gives it a broken down, grungy type of feel, is there a plugin or an effect for that, or even just a simple way of doing it?
I am currently texturing for a game called Morrowind, for my own personal use, but i noticed some of the texture which i need to acess are saved in a file called .DDS and I saw one plugin for it but I couldnt figure out how to install it.
OK, my friend has an iPhone and he has a photo program that let's you select a color (such as red) and take a photo. When it comes out, everything that is normally red will be red, but anything else will be gray (b&w)
Is there a plugin that will allow you to do a post-processing to a photo like this?
I try to install my NeatImage v6.1 Pro+ Plugin (32 bits version, the only available) on my Corel PSP X6 ultimate (64 bits), as I previously used an old Photoshop version.
So I have placed the "Neatimage.8BF" file into the C:program Files(x86)CorelCorel PaintShop Pro X6PlugInsFRNeatimage directory, but when I start X6 64 bits, the Neatimage plugin does not appear in the "plugins / external Modules" menu list.
Of course the "Perfectly Clear" plugin, provided with X6, that is located in the "C:program Files(x86)CorelCorel PaintShop Pro X6PlugInsFRPerfectlyClearforPSP" directory appears and is operationnel.
BUT I see the Neatimage plugins in the 32 bits version of PSP X6, so maybe the plugin is not installed in the apropriate directory ?
How I could get Neatimage working with X6-64 ? (I run W7 Pro-64bits).
I use a couple plugins fairly frequently in the Edit window and it's tiresome to have to navigate 4-levels deep into a menu each time I want to access them. Can a link/button to plugins be added to a toolbar? Is there another quick way to access plugins?
I'm looking for a plugin that allows me to DRAW tiles. Not to generate tiles from an existing picture. This rules out plugins like those : [URL]
Such plugins usually work this way: When you draw, what you're drawing is automatically repeated X pixels away and Y pixels away from your cursor (you're drawing in several places at the same time, like you had several mice moving exactly the same way).
is there a good plugin/way to cartoonize pictures and nope I dont wanna use the oil painting effect because I don't wanna make it look like a oil painting with thousands of little paint dots.I'm rather aiming for a smooth surface.
I have watched a tutorial video about creating "Text Chrome" on youtube. I need to create a 128 x 128 flat surface chrome, high gloss texture.
I want to put this texture in my CAD program as a bmp. Is there a particular plug in I need to do this? Using version 3.5.10 and XP.In the said video, some commands were shown that I do not currently have.