Considerations for exporting 3D layers as U3D files

You can export 3D layers in Photoshop as files in several supported formats. This blog post touches upon considerations for exporting 3D layers as U3D files.

To begin with, ensure that any 3D layers that you’re exporting as U3D have only triangular object geometry. Additionally, keep the following export-related limitations in mind:

  • Export of higher-level primitives, such as NURBS, splines, and curves, is not supported.
  • Texture mapping is limited to only one diffuse map per material. Export of ambient, specular, luminous, or opacity texture maps is not supported.
  • Export of material animation is not supported.

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Adjust menu font size in the Photoshop CC 2014.2 release

The 2014.2 release of Photoshop CC simplifies how menu font size is determined. Now, to adjust the menu font size in Photoshop, you simply need to tweak the relevant operating system settings.

For example, on Windows 8.1, you can adjust the menu font size by following the steps in the “Make text and other items on the desktop larger” section of this Microsoft Help topic.

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Adjusting menu font size in Microsoft Windows 8.1

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