In CS6,even though I select jpg to save my files it will only allows .eps.
I can however use "save for web" to get my jpg but what must I do to get jpg file since it appears in the list of choices?
This is becaue you copied Adobe plugins from a previous version into CS6. Delete all those plugins.
If you have 3rd party plugins they go in plugin folder, and best to download newest version from website.
It woud be so nice and handy to work seamlessly with both Photo Paint and Photoshop. I hope the software developers are reading this post. Especially since the techie from Adobe recently told me on the phone that I could save Photoshop files as CPT files! I'll try Exporting and see if that will work. Thanks for your input. It's all good.
...hope the software developers are reading this post...
Chris Cox, who replied to you in his post #8 of this thread, is a top Adobe engineer who has been writing Photoshop code for s ome 16 years.
Well, then...he should know! It would be nice if the techie at Adobe... I talked to on the phone the other night knew his stuff as well!
So the reason Photoshop can't open CPT files lies in the fact that Corel won't allow it?
It woud be so nice and handy to work seamlessly with both Photo Paint and Photoshop.
The lead horse in the race has no incentive to hold back and help the other horses.
The other horses, on the other hand, are doing everything they can to draft the lead horse in order to be pulled along a little faster.
I loaded in an stl formatted 3D object just fine. How do I save it back out to the same format? or to any 3D format for that matter?
I turned it around to the position I wanted and colored it and would like to save it now, so I can pick it up in another program, but I cannot find out how to save a 3D image. I do not see DWG or STL or any others I can work with.
I try 'save as' and it lists several formats I can save in, but they all look like 2D formats.
Where do I find 'Save 3D' or some such command?