| 1, to increase control over the rendered text, this is a useful tip. Double-click into input/edit mode on one of the current text layers, and hold down the CTRL key while moving the text in the image window to render it anti-aliasing. If you are satisfied with the effect of anti-aliasing, you only need to press Ctrl+enter to apply the changes. Finally, you can position the text as you like, without affecting the way the anti-aliasing works.
2, in cases where the font size is small or low-resolution, the anti-aliasing text may be rendered somewhat inconsistent to reduce this inconsistency by simply canceling the fractional width option in the character floating panel menu.
3, when you click or drag a text box hold down the ALT key, you can display a paragraph Text Size dialog box. This dialog box displays the size of the current text box, and then you only need to enter the width and height of the value you want. Another way to see the width and height of a value is simply to select Window > info or press the F8 key to open the information floating panel when you draw the text box. If you hold down the ALT key while you are pressing the mouse button, you are ready to start dragging, the text box will be dragged to the middle. When you release the mouse button, the dialog box that adjusts the size of the text box appears.
4, to convert point text to paragraph text, or to reverse, simply right-click on the layer on the floating panel that shows "T", select "Convert to paragraph text", or select from the menu: Layer > Text > Convert to paragraph text.
5, you want to modify the properties of several text layers at the same time, such as font, color, size, and so on, as long as you want to modify the layer by holding down the SHIFT key to the associated, and then modify the property.
Note: The application of this feature can be done in the options floating panel and in the character or paragraph floating panel.
6, although the Edit > Fill command and the paint bucket tool in a type layer are not available, ALT + SPACEBAR (fill with foreground color) and CTRL + SPACEBAR (fill with background color) are still usable!
7, reasonable use of the text tool, in the Image window right click on the text layer to display a related menu, which has a lot of useful formatting options.
Note: The utility options for the right-click menu in ImageReady are more than what appears in Photoshop.
8, some fonts may not support bold or italic, then you can try to use the bold or italic in the character floating panel menu.
Tip: You can alsoSelect the imitation Bold and italic by right-clicking the text layer.
9, when you need to change the size and spacing of text or paragraph layers at the same time, press the SHIFT and CTRL keys.
11, to qualify some of the fonts used by Adobe applications, place them in C:Program FilesCommon filesadobefonts.
12, use the following click or drag method to enable some advanced text selection features:
Double click--Select a word (select a word)
14, the character family field in the Text tool options floating Panel in Photoshop has an AutoComplete feature, so you don't need to look in the Font menu, just enter the first few characters with the font you want, and Photoshop automatically completes its name.
15, when you are in input mode, press Ctrl+t to display character and paragraph floating panels, or click "Show/Hide character paragraph palette" in the "Options" floating panel.
16, to create a text excerpt from a standard text tool, simply open the Quick Mask mode (edit in quick mask mode), and then enter the text you want. After the text is submitted, it is automatically converted to an excerpt.
17, to quickly change the font when using the Text tool, you need to press ENTER, and then use the UP and DOWN ARROW keys or the mouse wheel to select the font.
18, double-click the thumbnail in the Layers palette to highlight all text on the current layer. This is equivalent to the "Select All" option in the context menu of the shortcut key, CTRL + A, and in edit mode.
19, if you want to make changes to the properties of all the text in the current text layer, you do not need to select the text: You only need to make the necessary changes in the character/paragraph palette, and the text layer will automatically apply the modifications.
|20. You can use the ENTER key on the numeric keypad or the Ctrl+enter on the main keyboard to submit changes to the text. Press the ESC key to cancel/undo the changes.
Note: These applications correspond to the use of the submit all current edits button in the options floating panel to apply changes to the text, and to cancel the changes by using the Cancel all current edits button.
21, using the ALT key plus the following series of strings to be able to add smart quotes in the text layer:
Note: To enter the alt code, just hold down the ALT key, then use the keypad to enter the corresponding number, and then release the ALT key, the symbol will be displayed.
|alt+0171||«||Left Double arrow number|
|alt+0187||»||Right Double arrow number|
|Note: To enter these alt codes, just hold down the ALT key, then use the keypad to enter the corresponding number, and then release the ALT key, the symbol will be displayed|