ok maybe the title its somewhat puerile but how can I import an illustrator file in photoshop but at this following conditions:
the layers have to remain intact,
the vector shape has to remain vector,
a vector group should somehow became layers in photoshop
till now I got this following result
a) the file remain vector in photoshop, but its an unique "smart object" that can be opend in illustrator, and even this its a good thing I need every part of that object in separate layers
b) the file have all the layers intact in photoshop but now all the vector shapes are raster, arrrghhhhhhh
I just want to create the shapes in illustrator, import them in photoshop, use layers styles to, ehm, style them.
for now I can drag and drop ONE single vector from illustrator into photoshop and it will create a smart object but this will take like one million years if I have some more complex art with many layers or vector shapes.
Sometimes I think the adobe programers are just plain stupid or worse they do this in purpose. Why can't I have an import window like in flash that let me chose what layer to import, if I want to preserve the vector or rasterize it, ecc
Why adobe, why?????