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One Image: Two Windows
At the NAPP-sponsored Photoshop CS2 Power Tour on Monday I picked up Ben Wilmore’s tome – Photoshop CS2 Studio Techniques. It’s published by Adobe and looked big and imposing and full of the why’s and how’s of Photoshop not just clever techniques for making yet another molten chrome text effect. So last night I started at the beginning and while it starts with rudiments I learned something cool.
Cool thing I learned:
If you want your current image open in TWO WINDOWS, say one at 100% and one at a smaller screen size – then you can do that and changes made on the image in one window show in real time on the other window.
Here’s how: View > Arrange > New Window for (filename)