That way I won’t loose track of the mail I really need or want to do something more with. Another great thing about Smart Mailboxes is that although its findings comes from various places in my mail it is not aliases. … Every once in a while I look at those boxes and send it to the trash to free up some mails from the Inbox. Another similar idea for some of the Smart Mailboxes is to keep separate track of all the mails that I get related to social media like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.
An easy way to keep a watch on the profiles in the picture is to use this field in Photoshop to show the Document Profile . If no or wrong ICC profile is attached to a picture you can correct that in two ways in Photoshop: Go to Edit > Assign Profile… and choose the right one. … The RGB workflow allows CMYK pictures to be used to, but in that case you have to color manage those pictures and use the appropriate CMYK profile to color correct the pictures according to the paper which is going to be used for the printing.
Þægilegt er að sjá hvaða prófíll er viðhengdur á opnum myndum í Photoshop með því að hafa stillt í vinstra horninu niðri þannig að Photoshop sýni prófílinn. Preview forritið sem fylgir öllum mökkum er líka gott að nota ef skoða þarf hvaða prófíll er á tiltekinni psd eða jpg mynd eða myndum. … Nota psd eða jpg myndir því þá þarf ekki að hugsa um Flatten Transparency lengur Keyrum pdf beint út úr Illustrator með Save as… eða Save a Copy as… veljum Adobe PDF sem skjalsnið Hættum að vista Illustrator eps skjöl og setja þau í Distiller.
I recently wrote my first guest-blog, called Prepress Tips for Graphic Designers on David Airey’s blog . … But at least there is fun involved and at blogs that size (16.000 readers) there are more comments to deal with and lively discussions.
I have been using me.com (former mac.com) service from the time it started (email@example.com) but I have to say, that although I like it a lot to host my pictures, sync my iCal calendar and more, it is very slow for me. … Dropbox is similar to the iDisk in that a centralized server somewhere out there makes a copy of everything you put on it and if you open your account on another computer you will have a copy there too.
One of the tricks here is that working within a context group you might be able to do more than one thing at the same time if they fall under the same context. … When you browse through those blog you soon see that a vast number of people are religiously working through the piles of tasks and project according to the rules of GTD.