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## Important Photoshop Keystrokes
The layout of the Photoshop interface is much like a computer keyboard. To perform an action within Photoshop, you use the keyboard to find the image area, select it, and so on.
Photoshop provides the following keyboard shortcuts for various actions:
Action | Keyboard Shortcut
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Control-A | selects all
Numpad + | toggles the selection
Numpad – | deselects the selection
V | switches between the view modes
Z | exits full-screen editing mode
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# Keyboard Shortcuts in Photoshop
If you’re accustomed to working in a general-purpose Windows environment, you’re probably aware that you can customize the Keyboard Shortcuts menu (choose Edit Keyboard Shortcuts to see it) and press the _Ctrl_ key to cycle through available keyboard shortcuts.
You can even create your own keyboard shortcuts. See Chapter 3 for instructions.
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Photoshop also comes with a Shift + Click menus that you can use to modify the selected area. The right-click menu contains options for modifying the text, layer properties, and other things.
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* You can move the hand cursor anywhere on the canvas to select a portion of the image. To move it to the top left (corners) of the canvas, press Ctrl+1 (move cursor top left). To move it to the bottom right (corners) of the canvas, press Ctrl+4 (move cursor bottom right).
* To move a selection around the canvas, press the arrow keys on the keyboard.
* To select an object, perform the following steps:
* Right-click the object and choose Select Single. You can then drag the cursor around the object.
* Press Ctrl+A (select all).
* Press the spacebar or Enter.
* The color box represents the color palette for the selected layer. To change the color, click the color box to open the color palette.
* If you need to access commands that are buried deep in the menus, you can use the menus on the shortcut menu bar.
## Changing Photoshop’s Default Colors
A default color palette
There are many free themes available for Photoshop or PSE. You can download those in the right sidebar of this page or via the links on this page. There are links to download the themes for PSE as well as Photoshop CS, Photoshop CS4, and Photoshop CS5. All of those themes are Creative Commons shared files, meaning you are free to use them as you wish. Please share your link so others can download them too.
These themes have been tested on Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 10. I have included instructions on how to install most of these themes and extra themes that were recommended to me.
While these links are good places to start, you may need to search for an older version of Photoshop Elements or PSE to use these themes.
Manual Installation of MSPaint-Elements
The following instructions assume that your Photoshop Elements or PSE installation is already at version 5.7 or newer. If you have an earlier version of Photoshop Elements or PSE, you will need to update to this version to use these MSPaint-Elements.
– Create a new folder by right-clicking on a drive and select New Folder.
– Locate the folder where you have located the.mspaint file you will use, then right-click on that folder. Select New, and you will be prompted to select the location of your new folder.
– Right-click on the folder you created, select Properties, and then click the
– Click the General tab, and then click the Customize button.
– Click the Choose button and select your new folder. Click OK to save the properties to the new folder.
– Open the folder with your.mspaint file by double-clicking on it. Click Yes when prompted to open the file.
– Double-click the.mspaint file you downloaded.
– Click the File menu, and then click Open.
– You will see the icon for MSPaint Elements in the Image Type drop-down box.
– You can now select the.mspaint files you downloaded on the left side of the screen, and drag and drop them onto the icon you created in the Image Type drop-down box.
– Close the program when the operation finishes.
Automatic Installation of MSPaint-Elements
The following instructions assume that your Photoshop Elements or
How to find a UIViewController which is in a UINavigationViewController from one View Controller to be presented
I have a situation here. I have a UINavigationViewController. In one of the Controller I have to find a UIViewController which is in that UINavigationController. How do I find the UIViewController from inside of the one Controller? And then, how do I proceed to present that UIViewController?
Thanks in advance.
I don’t know if you have created a view controller using Xib or using storyboard. If you use xib, then use the Xib Object Owner concept, you can get the reference to the UINavigationController. From the UINavigationController, you can get the reference of the view controller you are looking for.
Using storyboard, its little complicated, but you can consider the same approach.
Minimally invasive technique for resection of liver metastases from colorectal cancer.
Resection of liver metastases is associated with potentially curative treatment and improved survival. In recent years, the efficacy of hepatic metastasectomy with a standard open approach has been demonstrated, but the minimally invasive technique has received less attention. It seems that the anatomic structures and technical details of the laparoscopic resection of liver metastases are very similar to those of open hepatic resection. To compare the clinical results of open hepatic resection with those of laparoscopic hepatic resection for liver metastases, we performed a study with a retrospective analysis of the medical records of the patients who underwent hepatic resection for liver metastases from colorectal cancer over the last 2 years in our institution. Of 531 patients who underwent hepatic resection for liver metastases at our institution from 2001 to 2003, we found 87 cases of hepatic metastasis originating from colorectal cancer. Of these 87, 21 patients underwent hepatic resection with open technique and 66 with laparoscopic technique. There were no significant differences between the open and laparoscopic groups regarding patient characteristics, pathology of the primary tumors, and number of liver metastases. Laparoscopic hepatic resection was associated with significantly longer operative time, greater blood loss, and greater postoperative morbidity than open hepatic resection. However, open resection was associated with significantly longer hospital stay than laparoscopic rese
* **Gradient Tool** —Use this tool to change the colors, tones and/or intensity of the pixels in an image.
* **Magic Wand** —Use this tool to select and/or deselect the pixels in an image.
* **Paint Bucket** —Use this tool to fill in areas of an image.
* **Pencil Tool** —Use this tool to draw lines in an image.
* **Rectangular Marquee Tool** —Use this tool to select a rectangular area of an image.
* **Rotate Tool** —Use this tool to rotate an image, including a selection in the image.
* **Spot Healing Brush** —Use this tool to retouch an image. This tool doesn’t copy pixel information, but restores damaged areas in the image.
* **Polar Coordinates** —Use this tool to view the image in polar (radial) coordinates. For example, you can view an image on a video timeline in radial coordinates, instead of rectangular.
* **Global** —Use this tool to change the global resolution of your image.
* **Individual** —Use this tool to change the resolution of an individual layer, or any of the pixels in a layer.
* **Layer Mask** —Use this tool to temporarily disable pixels in a layer.
* **Blend Modes** —Use these tools to determine how colors are blended together, such as average, screen, multiply or overlay.
* **Gradient Type** —Use this tool to choose from several gradient types.
* **Global Hue** —Use this tool to change the overall color of an image.
* **Scale** —Use this tool to change the proportions of an image.
* **Distort** —Use this tool to distort the colors and tones in an image.
* **Rotate Clockwise** —Use this tool to rotate the pixels in an image clockwise.
* **Rotate Counterclockwise** —Use this tool to rotate the pixels in an image counterclockwise.
* **Eliminate Paint** —Use this tool to erase areas of an image.
* **Invert** —Use this tool to
“It’s not scary”
I watched this as a kid, and it was the scariest thing in the world. Then, I rewatched it, and it was scary…then I watched this after all that time, and it was not scary at all! I still think it’s pretty cool.
If you enjoy horror, this game is for you. It’s pretty easy to figure out how to use the game though…it’s pretty much a 3-D portal type game, except, you have to kill