pattern that i can not find, how can i find it?

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Aug 15, 2003
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i used a style, and that style uses a unique looking pattern, (i have no idea where i got the style from) anyhow, i tried to find it after i loaded all the pattern files, but i still could not find it. any ideas, how can i find it. i which there is a way i can call it by it’s name. (u know search by the pattern name.)

please help.
Thanks
Jim
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ben-dover
Aug 18, 2003
if you look up in the upper right corner of the pattern palette did you click on the circle with the arrow in it and each of the different pattern librarys. at the bottom of the list there are other librarys with patterns? "Jim S." wrote in message
i used a style, and that style uses a unique looking pattern, (i have no idea where i got the style from) anyhow, i tried to find it after i loaded all the pattern files, but i still could not find it. any ideas, how can i find it. i which there is a way i can call it by it’s name. (u know search by the pattern name.)

please help.
Thanks
Jim

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j_
Aug 18, 2003
i loaded ALL the patterns.

"ben-dover" <http://www.gilligan@theisle> wrote in message
if you look up in the upper right corner of the pattern palette did you click on the circle with the arrow in it and each of the different pattern librarys. at the bottom of the list there are other librarys with
patterns?
"Jim S." wrote in message
i used a style, and that style uses a unique looking pattern, (i have no idea where i got the style from) anyhow, i tried to find it after i
loaded
all the pattern files, but i still could not find it. any ideas, how can
i
find it. i which there is a way i can call it by it’s name. (u know
search
by the pattern name.)

please help.
Thanks
Jim

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edjh
Aug 18, 2003
Jim S. wrote:

i loaded ALL the patterns.

"ben-dover" <http://www.gilligan@theisle> wrote in message
if you look up in the upper right corner of the pattern palette did you click on the circle with the arrow in it and each of the different pattern librarys. at the bottom of the list there are other librarys with

patterns?

"Jim S." wrote in message

i used a style, and that style uses a unique looking pattern, (i have no idea where i got the style from) anyhow, i tried to find it after i

loaded

all the pattern files, but i still could not find it. any ideas, how can

i

find it. i which there is a way i can call it by it’s name. (u know

search

by the pattern name.)

please help.
Thanks
Jim
If it’s a pattern in a Layer Style mke a large enough canvas and set the LS to it. Then turn off all the other styles (bevels, shadows, etc.) and set the pattern to 100% Normal. Flatten onto a white layer. Then select out one tile and define as pattern. However, many of these patterns are made with the Offset filter so you might not get a tile-able pattern.


Comic book sketches and artwork:
http://www.sover.net/~hannigan/edjh.html

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