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I just have two quick questions on Adobe Photoshop. #1 - Is there someway to erase using the transparency color? The gradient eraser erases to vast an area. #2 - Is it possible to slide the image down one pixel row? (basically bump the image down one) This way I don''t have to redraw the whole image to do some walking graphics. School sucks, people suck, family sucks, life sucks, reality sucks... When all else fails, Playstation prevails...

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#1 - Is there someway to erase using the transparency color? The gradient eraser erases to vast an area.



I am not sure what you mean by this. Do you mean clear a colored area to the transparency color? (try select color range or change the tolerance of the bucket tool). You can also just draw a selection with the magnetic lasso, then add or subtract with the regular lasso (although this is easier to do if you have a pen tablet).

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#2 - Is it possible to slide the image down one pixel row?


1.Select All ( CTRL+A )
2.Move Tool ( V )
3.Push the arrow keys to move the whole image, one pixel at a time

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Thanks for the help when moving the picture.

What I meant about the erasing thing, basically I want to erase one pixel at a time. However, it doesn''t seem to allow that.

Thanks for all the help you have and may give me.

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When all else fails, Playstation prevails...

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Click the eraser. Change the eraser mode to Pencil or Paintbrush, and select a brush that is only 1 pixel in diameter.

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I am using Adobe Photoshop 6.0 Educational Version (I don''t have it at home yet), and could you specifically tell me how you change the eraser mode to pencil?

Thank you

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Push the eraser tool (E).
On the top property bar, change MODE: from BLOCK to PAINTBRUSH.
Select the smallest brush from BRUSH.

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