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  1. I know this post is from long ago... but I'm trying to find instructions on using the Break Curve action. When I highlight a node and click with this action, nothing seems to happen. I am trying to separate one shape with many nodes into 2 shapes, so I want to separate it in the middle. Can I break a path using this action? Thanks for any help.
  2. Agreed. I looked for this the very first time I used AD. Bummed it's not a standard feature. Hope it makes it some day.
  3. Thanks so much. I actually just found the "Export Persona" after searching around a bit. I guess I was not comprehending what the Personas were actually used for since a couple of them are inactive, I kind of ignored them. Regarding the question about creating a new document, I actually was opening an existing PNG file and there was no prompt for file preferences when I opened the file. I thought maybe there would be a dialogue box with the ability to determine file specs when opening but I'm not seeing that. Thanks for your help.
  4. Hello All... New member here. Experienced PS user... I am sturggling with creating a web graphic with a transparent background. I feel it's something simple I am just missing but I've searched other threads and most address issues in AD but this is in AP. What am I missing? The export doesn't have a "save for web" or a transparency checkbox. When I select the image and choose "save selection without background" in the export I still get a white box when placed on a web page. I'm used to this being a simple PNG save in PS, so I'm not seeing it. Thanks for any help.
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