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Security in Windows Vista : Architectural and Internal Windows Vista Security Improvements (part 2)
One of the most commonly used techniques for exploiting vulnerabilities in software is the buffer overflow attack. A buffer overflow occurs when an application attempts to store too much data in a buffer, and memory not allocated to the buffer is overwritten.
Security in Windows Vista : Architectural and Internal Windows Vista Security Improvements (part 1)
Whenever possible, Windows Vista security features have been designed to be transparent to end users and to require no administration time. Nonetheless, administrators and developers can benefit from understanding the architectural improvements.
Adobe Fireworks CS5 : Extra Credit (part 2) - Stroking rendered text
The text in this example is a little rustic, and is in keeping with the color theme of the site—but without a stroke, it blends into the background elements too easily. While all the other text is fine, the Site C text on the squirrel’s sign has not yet been changed. You will do this now.
Adobe Fireworks CS5 : Extra Credit (part 1) - Applying blending modes for image correction
You will use a couple of techniques to alter the look of both bitmap images and vectors: image correction and stroking text. The majority of the work has been completed on this file, but there are still chances for you to practice the techniques.
Adobe Flash Catalyst CS5 : Grouping and transforming
Most artwork is made from a collection of smaller overlapping parts. In fact, some artwork includes hundreds, even thousands, of smaller brush strokes or paths. You can make your life a little easier by grouping the related parts of an object so that you can work with them as a single unit.
Adobe Flash Catalyst CS5 : Binding the Data to the Visual Component
In Catalyst, you assigned sample data to the control. Flash Builder now needs to replace that dummy data with the real information from the service, so it will display a warning message confirming that you want to perform this operation.
Adobe After Effects CS5 : Building a 3D object (part 2)
When you build a 3D object, you need to position the 3D layers in relationship to each other. You’ll position the spine of the book by moving its anchor point and then adjusting the front cover as necessary.
Adobe After Effects CS5 : Building a 3D object (part 1)
In order to move the book in 3D space, you’ll need to create the 3D object. You’ll build it piece by piece. Initially, any layer is flat, with only x (width) and y (height) dimensions and can be moved only along those axes.
Creating Basic Windows Images : Deploying Custom Images
Deploying WIM files is different than deploying binary-based images used by some other vendors. Binary images contain drive and partition information, which is needed to successfully start an operating system.
Creating Basic Windows Images : Capturing Custom Images
Now that your reference computer has been customized and generalized, it is ready to be captured to an image. There are numerous third-party utilities for capturing images and most use a proprietary imaging format that each vendor claims is superior.
Adobe Flash Professional CS5 : Importing Graphics - Importing Photoshop and Illustrator Files
You can import an Illustrator EPS or PDF using Illustrator CS4 or later. Open the file in Adobe Illustrator CS4 or later, save it as a CS4-compatible AI file, and then import into Flash as an AI file.
Adobe Flash Professional CS5 : Importing Graphics - Setting Photoshop Import Preferences
Flash allows you to set preferences to customize the way you import Adobe Photoshop (.psd) files. You can set options for specific element layer types you want to import, such as images, text, paths, shapes, and groups.
Adobe InDesign CS5 : Creating and Running Scripts
At this point, I'm assuming that the appropriate scripting software is installed on your computer. If this is the case, you're ready to begin. For your first trick, you're going to make InDesign roll over — sort of. Actually, you're going to rotate an EPS graphic.
Adobe InDesign CS5 : Using Scripts - Exploring VBA
VBA, and its subset version VBScript, is Microsoft's technology for writing your own programs, both those that run in other programs (scripts) and those that run by themselves (custom applications).
Dreamweaver CS5 : Standard Server Behaviors (part 6) - Stored procedure/command/callable
Stored procedures are created and compiled in the data source itself, such as Microsoft's SQL Server. Because they are precompiled, they execute faster than similar SQL statements entered directly into the Web application.
Dreamweaver CS5 : Standard Server Behaviors (part 5) - Dynamic elements
With one exception, dynamic elements in Dreamweaver refer to form elements, linked to a data source field. Data-connected form elements are typically used in Web applications that update records.
Dreamweaver CS5 : Standard Server Behaviors (part 4) - Update Record, Delete Record & User authentication
The World Wide Web is all about accessing information from anywhere in the world. Sometimes, however, you need to restrict access to certain areas of your site to authorized users. Dreamweaver supplies a full complement of server behaviors to support authenticating the user against a specified data source.
Dreamweaver CS5 : Standard Server Behaviors (part 3) - Go To Detail Page, Related Page & Insert Record
The Go To Detail Page server behavior is used in master-detail Web applications to navigate from a chosen link on the master page to a designated detail page. This server behavior passes a unique record ID via the URL query string method.
Dreamweaver CS5 : Standard Server Behaviors (part 2) - Recordset Paging, Move To Specific Record & Show Region
The Show Region server behavior displays an area of the screen if a particular condition is true. These are often called conditional regions. A different set of server behaviors applies for each server model.
Dreamweaver CS5 : Standard Server Behaviors (part 1) - Recordset & Repeat Region
Dreamweaver ships with more than 25 server behaviors, and it offers the option to add many more. The default server behaviors are geared toward handling basic Web application tasks such as repeating an area and inserting records in a data source.
CorelDRAW X5 : Text and Styles
You can create styles for artistic and paragraph text in CorelDRAW. Styles store the text attributes from one object and can be used to apply those attributes to other objects at a later time in the same document.
CorelDRAW X5 : Wrapping Text Around Other Shapes
Grouped objects will accept Contour Straddle, but not all complex objects will. For example, if you want to straddle text around a blend group, group the blend objects first, or the Wrap Paragraph Text option will be dimmed.
Adobe Illustrator CS5 : Working with Layers - Flattening Layers & Locating Objects in the Layers Panel
The Flatten Artwork command allows you to flatten an entire document into one top-level layer with sublayers and groups nested within it. After you use the Flatten Artwork command, all objects remain editable and any appearances on layers are applied to all the objects in your document.
Adobe Illustrator CS5 : Working with Layers - Moving Objects to a Layer
With the Collect in New Layer command, you can move all the selected layers in the Layers panel into a new layer. You can select top-level layers, sublayers, groups, or objects.
Adobe Photoshop CS5 : The Essential Adjustments: White Balance
If you’ve ever taken a photo indoors, chances are the photo came out with kind of a yellowish tint. Unless you took the shot in an office, and then it probably had a green tint.
Adobe Photoshop CS5 : Miss the JPEG Look? Try Applying a Camera Profile
If you’ve ever wondered why RAW images look good on your camera’s LCD, but look flat when you open them in Camera Raw, it’s because what you see on your LCD is a JPEG preview (even though you’re shooting in RAW), and your camera automatically adds color correction, sharpening, etc., to them.
Adobe Fireworks CS5 : Working with Adobe AIR (part 4) - Installing the prototype
You will test the installation of the AIR prototype now. To do this, you may have to have administrator rights on your computer, because this is like installing a real software application.
Adobe Fireworks CS5 : Working with Adobe AIR (part 3) - Creating an AIR prototype
One of the unique characteristics of an AIR application is that it can “float” on your desktop. So you could have a custom shape to the application interface—much like we have in our nature tours console—and you will see only the application, not the background of the original PNG file, surrounding the design.
Adobe Fireworks CS5 : Working with Adobe AIR (part 2) - Adding AIR events
Fireworks supports four AIR mouse events: Close, Drag, Minimize, and Maximize. Just like rollovers or links, AIR events must be attached to a web object (a slice or a hotspot).
Adobe Fireworks CS5 : Working with Adobe AIR (part 1) - Reviewing interaction
The decorative font used in this design is called JI Chaffs. To minimize rendering issues, this font has been converted to paths. The only other font used in this file is Arial and that has been left as a true font, rather than being converted to paths.
Adobe Fireworks CS5 : Starting mobile projects - Selecting a device profile
Mobile application development is a growing industry. As PDAs, netbooks, web tablets, and smart phones become increasingly common, it’s only natural that the users of these devices want to do more and more with them.
Adobe Flash Catalyst CS5 : Connecting Your Project to Live Data - Changing the Project Type (part 2) - Configuring the return data
You need to configure the type of data that the service will return so that Flex can properly process it. Once you have completed the steps in the previous section, the Data/Services view will display the getAllMagazines operation.
Adobe Flash Catalyst CS5 : Connecting Your Project to Live Data - Changing the Project Type (part 1) - Set up the project
When you import a Catalyst project that will need server-side resources into Flash Builder, you need to first convert the project to the appropriate type.
Adobe Flash Catalyst CS5 : Connecting Your Project to Live Data - Setting Up a Local Testing Server
A local testing server is a Web server installed on your personal computer that you can use to simulate live connections with the database. While there are quite a few steps involved with downloading, installing and configuring the server, the process is fairly simple and will enable you to test your pages and further develop your applications as needed.
Adobe After Effects CS5 : The Timeline - Timing and Retiming
After Effects is more flexible when working with time than most video applications. You can retime footage or mix and match speeds and timing using a variety of methods.
Adobe After Effects CS5 : The Timeline - Motion Blur
Motion blur is clearly essential to a realistic shot with a good amount of motion. It is the natural result of movement that occurs while a camera shutter is open, causing objects in the image to be recorded at every point from the shutter opening to closing.
Adobe Flash Professional CS5 : Importing Graphics - Setting Illustrator Import Preferences
Flash allows you to set preferences to customize the way you import Adobe Illustrator (.ai) files. You can specify general options to specify whether to use the import dialog box, import objects outside the Illustrator artboard or import hidden layers.
Adobe Flash Professional CS5 : Importing Graphics - Understanding Vector and Bitmap Graphics
Vector graphics are comprised of anchor points connected to each other by lines and curves, called vectors. These anchor points and vectors describe the contour and surface of the graphic with some included information about color, alpha, and line width.
Adobe InDesign CS5 : Managing Pages and Books - Navigating Pages & Adding Color Labels to Pages
A targeted page is a page selected in the Pages panel, while an activated page is a working page in the document window. When you target a page, you can apply a command in the Pages panel even though it may not be the current working page in the document window.
Adobe InDesign CS5 : Managing Pages and Books - Changing the Page Size
If you need to change the size of a page in a document, you can use the Page tool (New!) on the Tools panel along with the Control panel or the Edit Page Size button in the Pages panel.
Dreamweaver CS5 : Understanding Server Behaviors & Applying and Managing Server Behaviors
In contrast to Dreamweaver's JavaScript behaviors — with their numerous required functions and many more optional ones — a server behavior may be as simple as one line of code. The difference, and it's a key one, is that the code is intended to be executed by the application server, not the browser.
Dreamweaver CS5 : Packaging Your AIR Application
The key component of the AIR Extension for Dreamweaver is a packaging utility that gathers the indicated files, sets the window parameters, determines an icon, and creates a secure, digitally signed application.
CorelDraw X5 : Getting Artistic with Text - Formatting Paragraph Text
Stepping inside the frame and column formatting of paragraph text, CorelDRAW has extensive options for specifying how lines of text look compared with one another, how tightly characters and words are spaced, and how you want individual paragraphs to separate from each other.
CorelDraw X5 : The Text Bar and Special Paragraph Formatting
The Text toolbar can be used to edit single characters in artistic text and paragraph text, but its real strength is in the offering of options for making paragraph text look polished and sophisticated.
Adobe Illustrator CS5 : Working with Illustrator Documents - Saving Files (part 2) - Saving as Illustrator EPS, Saving files as Adobe PDF & Saving files in SVG
You can save all the options under the Save Adobe PDF dialog box as presets by clicking Save Preset. This makes it easier for you to reuse the same settings in the future.
Adobe Illustrator CS5 : Working with Illustrator Documents - Saving Files (part 1)
Saving an Illustrator file with the wrong options can dramatically affect whether you can place or open that file in other software as well as what features Illustrator includes with the file when Illustrator reopens it.
Adobe Photoshop CS5 : Working with Layers - Converting a Background into a Layer
Since some layout programs do not support Photoshop’s multiple layer and transparency capabilities, a final image must sometimes be converted into a background layer by a process called flattening.
Adobe Photoshop CS5 : Working with Layers - Creating a Selection from a Layer & Creating a Layer from a Selection
While traditional layers may start out transparent, they don’t remain that way for long. In fact, a layer can, over time, become a complicated mix of non-transparent (the image), and transparent areas.
Adobe Fireworks CS5 : Improving Your Workflow - Thinking ahead: future-proofing your projects (part 2) - Using Fireworks files with Photoshop
Many elements can be preserved for editing in Photoshop. Text, hierarchical layers, layer groups, vector shapes filled with Photoshop Live Effects, solid color, many gradients, and masked objects are maintained and supported when you save a file in PSD format from within Fireworks.
Adobe Fireworks CS5 : Improving Your Workflow - Thinking ahead: future-proofing your projects (part 1) - Metadata
Metadata is additional information about a digital file. This information can be helpful for organizing and locating a project or its assets or just sharing information across the design team.
 
 
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