To turn PSD elements into images for the Web and for Apps, simply name your layer groups once and let Slicy do its magic. Bye bye, “Save for Web/Devices”. Hello, boost in productivity and creativity!
Designers and Developers, rejoice — exporting is no longer a workflow killer. Name layer groups like the files you want to create, and Slicy will extract them individually. Enjoy complete freedom to move, obscure and even hide these named layer groups without affecting the extracted images.
✔ Perfect for Web graphics and App development — Export to PNG, TIFF, JPG or ICNS. Don't waste your day flattening or separating elements for slightly easier slicing. Design in context, rename your groups and let Slicy do the heavy lifting.
✔ Magic Retina — Designing at 1x? One simple annotation, and Slicy magically enlarges your vectors and layer styles to build a high-quality Retina version. For 2x designs, it adds a bitmap-scaled 1x version if needed (optional). No matter what your Retina workflow looks like now, it's about to get a whole lot better.
✔ Recents and Repeat — Save time by having your images automatically exported when you save your PSD. When you want to repeat something manually, your previous exports are always just a click away. It's truly a better way of working.
✔ 99% Real-World Fidelity — Slicy's rendering engine moves mountains to make your exports identical to manually flattened images, but it can't guarantee a perfect replica for every PSD. Some features, like CMYK and advanced filters, are not supported. Should you encounter an incompatible image, let us know about it!
✔ Learn More — Visit macrabbit.com/slicy/help for example PSDs, tips and tricks. No matter what you design or develop, your PSD workflow is waiting to be improved.
✔ Houston, we have Preferences. You can now disable Auto-@1x and adjust JPEG compression settings.
✔ Added View > Clear Recents. Also added contextual menus to show a PSD in the Finder or remove it from the Recents.
✔ Added support for Color Balance, Invert, Posterize, Threshold and Vibrance adjustment layers
✔ Improved the window opening behavior to be less window-opening-happy.
✔ Improved detection of Retina assets with device identifiers in their name
✔ Improved rendering accuracy (pattern overlays, bevel and emboss, much more) and export detection
✔ Fixed a "red pixel line" bug that could occur on OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion
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- Dec 20, 2012
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