Round-trip editing with Photoshop CS3


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Round-trip editing with Photoshop CS3

In our previous movie, we explored the integration between Dreamweaver, Bridge and Photoshop. Let's take that a step further by looking at a feature we call round trip. Since we created this JPEG from a multi-layered Photoshop file Dreamweaver is going to remember the source file. So if you are following along with us, we are still working in the calendar.htm file and if we select our JPEG on the page, if we look at our Properties inspector, on the lower left-hand side over here, we can actually see a little PS icon and that indicates it's coming from Photoshop. If you look at the very bottom middle section of the Properties inspector you can see that it actually has a space for the Photoshop source file. So if we move that or change location, we probably should update that here inside Dreamweaver. Now, having that source file designed in Photoshop allows us to use these Edit buttons on our Properties inspector to open up the original directly in Photoshop and make any changes ...

Round-trip editing with Photoshop CS3
Video duration: 3m 39s 11h 10m Intermediate

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Round-trip editing with Photoshop CS3 provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by James Williamson as part of the Dreamweaver CS3 Beyond the Basics

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Web
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Dreamweaver
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