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06-03-2007, 10:37 PM
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Alright I thought this would be very simple to figure out, but apparently not. I want the effect that they have on the header of the Joomla site (http://www.joomla.com). Its got that glassy appearence, but different. This is probably for anyone that knows about photoshop. Making a white square, and then changing the opacity, but it didnt do much. It just didn't look the same.

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Do this, Take the white square and change the opacity to 100 percent and then change the fill to 10% then go to your blending options and go to gradient. Once you have done that, do a white to transparent gradient. You should have close to this effect just mess with the gradients opacity.

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alright im not at that computer right now, but ill try it later. thanks a lot

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Try using the burn and dodge tools, they are for highlighting and darkening, both very good for making 3D looking images.

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haha dang that was perfect. thanks a lot man...

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Which one worked?

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