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Aw_Shucks says

Maybe that has something to do with how the file is exported. Did you choose the box that says something like, “export/maintain fonts blah blah blippity blah”?

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doru says
Maybe that has something to do with how the file is exported. Did you choose the box that says something like, “export/maintain fonts blah blah blippity blah”?

done this right now, this time by uncheking the embedd font option

if I open the eps it give me a window were I can chose the way to rasterize my eps format, like the width heigt and resolution, if I chose to place from file—> place I got again the same error with the font. anyway the eps its rasterized. Now this its strange. Why it rasterize my eps?

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Hein says

Again, when you’ve opened Photoshop then you will have a working area in front of you, for example with a web design in it. And now you have logo in Illustrator that you want to import to that design.

Well then it’s as easy as 1,2,3, just drag the logo file from illustrator directly in your working area of photoshop (on top you your design).

This has to work, I do this all the time and never had any problems with it.

PS: or you save your illustrator file as PDF and then open this PDF with Photoshop.

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doru says
Again, when you’ve opened Photoshop then you will have a working area in front of you, for example with a web design in it. And now you have logo in Illustrator that you want to import to that design.

Well then it’s as easy as 1,2,3, just drag the logo file from illustrator directly in your working area of photoshop (on top you your design).

This has to work, I do this all the time and never had any problems with it.

PS: or you save your illustrator file as PDF and then open this PDF with Photoshop.

ok but after you drag and release what you get? a SINGLE photoshop layer that has a smart object or MULTIPLE photoshop layers. I think you get the first variant and I already know and do this. I will give you an example. I create a search form in illustrator it has two shape one for the button and one for the actual form and plus there are some other shape for the search icon. Now when i drag all of them in photoshop i corectlly get the smart object exactlly like it is in illustrator.

But now if I apply some layer styles on this smartobject layer it will change the whole art, that’s because there’s only one layer. I need to apply different effects like dropshadow, glow etc to EVERY different shape inside my form. And for that I need a layer for every shape. Now for simple things it will not be a problem to drag and drop them one by one, but let say I create something more complex with many more shapes.

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Hein says

I’m really confused now, why not make the entire thing in Photoshop or in Illustrator

Okay, I don’t have a solution for this un-logical way of working and I wish you all the best with finding a solution for your problem.

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doru says
I’m really confused now, why not make the entire thing in Photoshop or in Illustrator Okay, I don’t have a solution for this un-logical way of working and I wish you all the best with finding a solution for your problem.

:D :D :D :D

hey thank’s for your help

its not illogical its my way of work, or at least I want to work like this but I can’t.

The only reason I do not want to buid all in photoshop its because in illustrator beeing a vector application I can create more easy the shape that i wanted. But anyway thank’s for your help. :D

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EAMejia says
I drag the Vector files from Illustrator in to my working area in Photoshop, rather simple and logical solution but it works perfect.
+1 :D

+1 ;)

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doru says

ok I have the impression that maybe I can’t explain myself very well or maybe someone don’t read all the text I writed. :D

but anyway I resolved the problem, :D :D :D :D :D :D it took me half a day but now its work.

its a rather stupid and expensive, you need illustrator, fireworks and photoshop.

first create your art in illustrator, then save.

open the ai file in fireworks

save as to a psd file

open the file in photoshop and voila’

you got a layered psd with all the shapes as paths and every illustrator layer as a group. Its not that nice?

Thank you all for your help!

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SiamJai says

Man! If I saw your post earlier, it could’ve saved you from all this hassle.

As soon as I read your first post, I was about to suggest using Fireworks. Good thing I read all the way to the last post anyway, to see that you’ve figured it out, using pretty much the same workflow that I do all the time.

Anyway. Good that your problem got solved, and even better, all by yourself!

Good luck! :)

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doru says

thank’s :)

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