By Chris LasswellA post shared by Unsplash (@unsplash) on Feb 23, 2018 at 12:03am PSTThe template editor can be used to make the templates available to any Adobe Photoshop or Illustrator user, but it’s not very useful when it comes to building your own.
To use it, you need a copy of Adobe Illustration, an existing Adobe template file, and some basic knowledge of the Adobe Creative Cloud.
For this guide, we’ll assume you’ve got Photoshop and Illustrator installed on a Mac.
Open the Illustrator template file and select the template for which you want to use it.
You can drag and drop the template into your Photoshop project and the Illustration will be placed at the top of the project.
You can choose a color palette from a palette that’s already present in the file, or you can pick a new color palette if you’re using a different color scheme.
You should be able to see the template on the left hand side of the Photoshop panel.
Once you’ve made your selection, you can drag the template onto the canvas and the template will be shown on the right.
The template is displayed in a format that’s very similar to the template used by Adobe Illustrators, so you should see it pop up in the window with the template selected.
You may want to make some changes to the Adobe Illustrations template before you start to build it.
In the template editor, select the templates that you want and click the “Build” button.
You’ll see a list of options available, such as how much of the template you want, how many layers, and so on.
Click “Build Now.”
In the “Save Template” window, you’ll see your template, and if it’s the same template as the one you just used, it’ll be added to your project.
If it’s different, the template’s location will be changed.
The first time you save the template, you won’t see any change to the location of the file in the project’s template cache.
When you save, you don’t need to edit the template file itself.
It’ll be automatically saved in the cache, so if you ever want to edit it again, you simply have to delete it and open the template again.
If you’re creating a template from scratch, it’s best to have it already selected in the template cache so that it can be modified.
If you want your template to be able show up in other Adobe CreativeCloud projects, you will have to enable the “Open Template from Other Projects” option.
This option will allow you to import a template file from other CreativeCloud users.
It’s best if you enable it for everything, so that your template will appear everywhere, even in other Creativecloud projects.
You may want this option if you want it to show up when you’re building templates from other files or folders.
You should be aware that you can’t create templates for the Creative Cloud, so it’s up to you to choose which template file to use for your project instead of a template for Photoshop or Adobe Illustress.
Adobe Illustrate templates are currently available in two flavors: The standard Adobe template, which is similar to Illustrator, and the custom template, an extension of the standard template that adds some functionality and can include extra features.
You don’t have to select the standard Adobe templates in the first place, but they’re available in a few other Creative Cloud projects that you might want to add to your workflow.