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Short answer: you'll have to do this mostly by hand. The reason Auto-Align won't work for you is based on how it works. The algorithm looks for things that match, image to image, such as the background elements in a series of group photographs or the overlapping sections of a panorama. It has no way for you to tell it "this is my point of interest". Your ...


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Note: There's going to have to be some manual labor here not matter how you look at it. Suggestion Try to figure out a way to take all of the photos so that the sphere is in the exact same location every time. Possible Solution Create an action to crop the images. Start with a selection like this I used the magic wand with the Tolerance set to ...


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I donot know how to scale.But you try press alt+shift then scale your object. Or You can re-install illustrator. Thanks


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If you can change the HTML/markup: just add a class to those two particular elements and style that. If you can't: Use nth-child or preferably nth-last-child(n). The latter will count backwards from the last child-element instead of forwards from the first. The code below would select the last two li elements in a ul container with the class main-nav ...


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I've managed to achieve what you're after. First off though, your code was very messy and in future you should prune/clean it before asking others to help you fix it. I took a 15 minute look at your code to understand it, and then rewrote the parts you're asking about with much less mess. This is what I get with the structure I've prepared for you: The ...


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Referring to align to key object: to determine the key object, select the first object, and then, while pressing the select button, selecting the second one, it will declare the first object as the key object, as referred to above. If you don't do this and select the 2 objects at the same time, it will not give you the option align to key object but align to ...



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