I had my day planned out nicely. Only a few minor updates to make on my WordPress theme for my new site and I would’ve been done (coding wise). Then it happened! I logged into the admin Dashboard to make a few content tweaks and things seemed a bit strange. When I tried to save some content updates, the page just wouldn’t refresh properly. I even tried logging out of the dashboard… But still no luck 😥
Photoshop CS4 has a great new feature called the Pixel Grid. The pixel grid appears when you zoom past 500% and can help with editing at the pixel level.
For a long time now, I’ve wanted to be able to synchronise my bookmarks across multiple browsers and also multiple computers. Splitting my time between working on a desktop machine and a laptop, I was constantly frustrated when I’d go to select a bookmark that I’d found the previous day, only to realise that it was bookmarked on a different machine.
Adding guides to your Photoshop document are a great way of making sure everything’s aligned nicely.
Guides can be dragged from the Rulers on the edge of your document, or you can also use the “View > New Guide…” menu option.
One of the first changes you’ll probably notice when upgrading to Adobe Creative Suite 4 (CS4), is the use of tabs to display your windows. Previously, your windows “floated” within the CS4 interface. Now, they dock neatly up against the Options panel.