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after replacing the spline, select the path and use Path->Simplify...and move Curve Precision to 100%


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While it seems like this should be easy.. it is not. The truth of the matter is, there's no way to control the spacing of objects in a blend accurately. Yes you can add anchors and push/pull handles to try and eyeball the spacing. However on a non-linear path, you'll almost always have uneven spacing in a live blend. The only way around this is to expand ...


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Trace your image - without being concerned over the white stroke. Expand the trace Add a white stroke to the resulting Group via the Appearance Panel.


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Fill the background with a color your image does not use, like red, lime green or pink. Then trace as normal. Expand, then just select the background color with the magic wand tool and hit delete. Image 1: Image, trace and result after magick wand


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You see this kind of things in design guides quite often*. It just makes little sense to specify RGB or CMYK values without mentioning what profile one is talking about**. Now theres little point in doing this selection if you select the color a system tells you. Rather you should manually and visually pick one that looks good and fits your eyes best (On a ...


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You draw it up in a vector-editing or CAD program, matching up where the steel die rules will appear w/ a custom colour (typically named “Die”). As noted in the comments, you need to know the rules for placing these to match the equipment which will be used to cut out the die. If you work with a box manufacturer and have a die made, they'll work with you to ...


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Pantone matching books are only supposed to last a year, due to natural fading of inks, sun damage and slow degeneration of paper. You say you had the formula guide for some time, so that may just account for the difference right there. I've dealt with a wide array of inks and papers over 15 years, and I can tell you, it is very hard for Pantone to do a ...


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Turns out my version of AE wasn't playing well with WIndows 10 and wouldn't play any effects altogether, so installed a new version that does the job a lot better! THanks all for your help. Is there anything that I should close for this question?


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Try changing the "Paint Styles" option to on original image rather than reveal original image.


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Place or link to the PSD rather than pasting it.


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You have to use the same color settings (for RGB and CMYK) in both software. I suggest you to use FOGRA39 (or FOGRA27) profile for CMYK and sRGB profile for the RGB colorspace. Go to: Edit > Color Settings... and set the right color settings for all CC software. But, as said, you can't paste hex color value inside a CMYK colorspace. Instead, just copy ...


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I am just running into this problem myself and notice a workaround. If you have created symbol A and want it inside symbol B as a symbol, you must create symbol B by selecting symbol A during the creation process. If you have already created symbol B and try to add symbol A into symbol B through editing it, symbol A won't be a symbol within symbol B and ...


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If every element of your graphic is a vector image created in Illustrator, you can create it at any size. That's the beauty of vector graphics. However, if you place a bitmapped image into your Illustrator file, you should create your file at the size that it will be printed - in your case, 60"x60". Regardless of how you output your file, a placed bitmap ...


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I have CC2015 and it works without any problem. Is your version updated?



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