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In Illustrator, you when you rotate an object using the rotate tool, you can first click once to set the pivot pint and that's what your object will rotate around. arrange your cards in a row so that they are not quite on top of each other, and then pivot them all at the same pivot point. To ensure they are all rotated at the same pivot point, rotate the ...


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Your document is CMYK, the color you are sampling is RGB. When you set that color in your Illustrator document it is being converted from one color space (and mode) to another. Color conversion from one color mode to another will never be perfect and RGB contains a lot of colors that simply cannot be represented in a CMYK color space. It depends on the ...


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You can't. A compound path is treated as one single path, that's the whole point of a a compound path. Any fill, stroke, effect or anything applied to your compound path is applied to the whole compound path, not just one sub path. If you want to color part of your compound path differently you will need to duplicate the parts you want to color as new ...


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You could use clipping mask instead. Create your shape over your grid. right click > Clipping mask


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Embed is one of the commands you can't execute with an action (perhaps someone else can explain specifically why, I'm not sure). You can do this with a really short script, here's an example of the code: #target Illustrator if ( app.documents.length > 0 ) { while ( app.activeDocument.placedItems.length > 0 ) { placedArt = ...



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