Join Deke McClelland for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating global default type styles, part of Photoshop CS6 New Features.
Photoshop CS6 introduced custom paragraph and character styles.…And you can learn more about those in a previous movie.…Photoshop 13.1 allows you to save off Global Default Styles that will load with any, and all future documents.…So, we'll start inside this file which has a few paragraph and character styles inside of it.…To see them, I will go up to the Window menu, and choose Paragraph Styles which displays…a Paragraph Styles dialog box.…Now, there is only one text layer that currently isn't formatted.…
And I'm going to format it now just so you have a sense for how styles work, in case…you haven't applied them before. So, notice the words "in the air."…I'll go ahead and select the corresponding layer here inside the Layers panel.…Then I'll click Romance style in order to style that text.…Now, I'm going to switch over to the Character Styles panel, which allows you to style one…or more characters of text independently of the others.…I'll press the T key to switch to the Type tool.…And I'll double-click on the word air to select it, and then I'll click on Just blue.…
- Enabling auto recovery and background saving
- Filtering layers in the Layers panel
- Modifying multiple layers at once
- Applying layer effects to groups
- Working with the Content-Aware tools
- Redeveloping photos in Camera Raw 7
- Creating depth of field with the Blur Gallery
- Correcting wide-angle panoramas
- Filling and stroking shape layers
- Editing videos in the Timeline panel
- Previewing 3D shadows and reflections
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