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Why does my shape have a tiny horizontal line?
I need to remove the horizontal bar of an A char so it looks like a V upside down. What I did is: I opened Illustrator and typed the character A, then I clicked "create outlines". Then I joined bottom ...
Jun 8 '13 at 0:46
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