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It is pretty easy to straighten images in Photoshop CS6. The new and improved Crop tool lets you straighten images as well.
- Select the Crop tool.
- Click Straighten from the control bar on top.
- Draw a line along an edge that should have been straight. For example, draw a line along the horizon, or perhaps the edge of a building. Photoshop will automatically rotate the image by the right amount, resize the canvas, and show you a live preview of what the final image will look like
- Press Enter/Return to commit the change.
Note: If you want the option to revisit your decision about the crop, uncheck Delete Cropped Pixels in the Control bar. Enabling this option will perform a non-destructive crop.
Did you know that you can use the Crop tool to resize the canvas in Photoshop CS6?
In addition to Cropping images, and performing a Perspective Crop, you can also resize the image canvas using the new and improved Crop tools in Photoshop CS6.
Resizing the image canvas is probably one of the most frequent tasks you do in Photoshop. It’s fairly easy too, and works in all versions of Photoshop. Choose Image > Canvas Size ( or press Alt+Ctrl+C) and enter the new values.
Photoshop CS6 introduces one more method. And a fairly cool one, I think.
1. Choose the Crop tool. The Crop handles appear on the edges of the picture.
2. Drag the handles outwards to resize the canvas. (Press Alt/Option to resize from the center)
3. Press Enter (Windows) or Return (Mac OS) to commit the changes.
Adobe World-Ready composers already give you flexibility to work with indic languages. Support for Hunspell open source dictionaries let you download and use dictionaries that you need. Arabic and Hebrew text has some additional complications. But InDesign CS6, Middle Eastern edition has features that handle the additional complexitites and let you create designs with Arabic, Hebrew, or mixed content.
To create Arabic and Hebrew content, you need some special treatment. For example, Arabic and Hebrew are right-to-left languages, so you need the ability to change the paragraph direction.
Several other features, such as specifying Text direction, story direction, binding direction are included. Other language specific features such as automatic Kashida insertion, Diacritical marks, and Diacritical coloring are also included.
See Arabic and Hebrew features in InDesign Cs6 for more details.
Also have a look at the other new features in InDesign CS6.
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Download a trial, and take it for a spin. I’m sure that you’ll like what you see. You can download the trial installer from the follow locations.
Adobe Creative Suite 6 (CS6) is here. Have you taken it for a spin yet?
Adobe CS6 is a collection of several industry-leading software such as Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Dreamweaver, Flash, Premiere Pro and several others. If you want to see for yourself what the new software is like, you can download a trial. Adobe offers trials for individual products as well as the suites (with multiple products). If you want to try out all products, Master Collection is for you.
To get a trial, Go to the Downloads page, select a product to Try, and click Download now.
How to download a CS6 trial?
If you need Trial Download instructions, see the following self-paced demo on how to download and install a CS6 Trial. In the demo we use After Effects as an example, but the process is the same for all products.
Download a free trial for CS6 or any of the individual products and take it for a spin. A trial is valid for 30 days and the software is fully functional. If you like what you see, just Buy a licence, and enter the serial number in the trial software to convert it.
If you need more help, have a look at the following documents
Join the community of experts and ask a question or answer questions posted by others: Adobe Trial Install & Download Forum
There have been some changes in the Illustrator CS6 Save for Web dialog box. For one, its not called Save for Web and Devices anymore.
Ivan David rounded up all the changes and put them in one place. Have a quick look, to see what the changes are.
The Save for Web feature is used, chiefly, to optimize artwork and images for the purpose of using it in web browsers and applications. This was achieved by optimizing image size and color. However, as the web evolves and bandwidth becomes increasingly and easily available, the Save for Web feature has also evolved to keep up with the times. The feature has been reworked, and the changes include availability of certain formats from different menu options, removal of the WBMP format and automatic HTML generation, and modifications to the slices feature.
Read the complete post here: http://blogs.adobe.com/ivandavid/illustrator_cs6_save_for_web/