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The solution i found was to change the properties of the dashed line. Select the dashed line with the selection tool (V) in the Path toolbar go to brush definition(the one with a dropbox showing the dashed line), select the dashed line and open options of selected object. Change colorization method to tints, OK Now change the color of the outline as you ...


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How best to emphasize a portion of your paper? All printers can easily reproduce grey text. The issue with grey text is that of sufficient contrast to be legible and easily readable. Legibility will be an issue where symbols are used. Mathematic is heavy with problematic situations.Here's where you should look for them Superscripts Subscripts Limits (the ...


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Is it OK to use gray font for the parts of math proofs I remove but retain? Not sure how a graphic designer could answer this. If somebody print my PDF, will gray fonts work well with all modern printers? Yes, generally speaking if you have enough contrast a printer will be fine printing gray colors. Also which RGB value do you suggest for "...


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Just go into the top right drop down panel menu and click on Add Used Colours. Or select all objects and click on the "New Color Group" icon located at the bottom of the swatches panel. This will open a modal dialog box.(refer to attached image).


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I'm having difficulty finding exactly where that setting is in 'Recolor Artwork' but I have an idea about Tints. Tints can be achieved with spot colours in print by using screens / halftones. What this does is use the same colour of ink but in less concentration - usually a pattern of dots instead of a solid field of colour. I see what you mean about ...


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Select multiple swatches in your swatch panel holding either Shift (if they're near each other) or Control/Command if they're not. Then on the top right drop down panel menu can click on Swatch Properties and click Global to set them all at once.


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The process used for this type of printing is called foil stamping. It's easy and fun to do. You will need a hot press and the metal fonts for the lettering you wish to use for a message. Illustrations and diagrams need a metal relief mould, called a stereo, to be machined, cast, or carved. They are special made and can last for decades. The foil is a thin ...


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You can always use Move Tool (hotkey: V) with auto-select turned on and change colors of single elements, but it still gonna take some time. However, it is significantly faster than changing colors in all your smart objects individually. Cheers, hope that helped! EDIT: Make yourself an automated action for a single-click color-change, repeat that for every ...


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Lets keep things simple by thinking about a monochrome image. To represent out image we cut it up into a grid of pixels and record a number representing the light intensity at each pixel. For simplicity lets assume that the value linearly represents the ammount of light (reality is a little more complicated than that, but it's close enough for now). ...


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I don't have Illustrator, but this is the general technique I can do in GIMP. The same technique should be applicable to Illustrator: Start with black background In gradient editor, create a custom gradient that consists of three equal-sized segments. The first third is solid foreground color, the second third is linear gradient from foreground to ...


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One way would be to apply a linear gradient on the stroke. Create a circle, and stroke it with a gradient pattern. Make sure the gradient has the stops like in the table and picture below. The gradient might not look as smooth in the transitions, but that's all that comes to mind. +------------+---------------+----------+ | Color Stop | RGB | ...


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Font files (well, most types of font files) don't contain any color information...which makes sense as the designer is the one that has to choose the color. For creating fonts that ultimately will be nice to have rendered in multiple colors, the typical solution is to separate the parts you want as different colors and put them into separate glyphs. The ...


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Select the church, left click on the black colour swatch in the colours palette. Right click on the "none" swatch to remove the outline.


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In general scenario, every browser render you image in sRGB color space; you can check this out to be sure: Gérer les couleurs avec Photoshop The trick for showing the right color (let's say, you have a specific red that you want to see the same in browser) is to assign you image a color profile and save the image with embeded color profile. So: you have an ...


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That would be a type of gradient overlay, a light leak. :)


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First load the Material Design color swatches in to Illustrator using the Swatches panel. You can then use the Recolor Artwork tool (Edit → Edit Colors → Recolor Artwork...) to limit colors to that color palette. Simply select all your artwork, open the Recolor Artwork tool and select the Material Palette from the "Limit to Library" button. Make sure you ...


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Go to your default file default.svg when interface has translated you have to change a file default_XX.svg eg: default_pt_BR.svg on the linux the default folder is /usr/share/inkscape/templates/ on windows C:\Program Files (x86)\Inkscape\share\templates\. open the svg file with a text editor and change the line where is pagecolor="#ffffff" Remember, ...


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Marking the status of a list-item is definetly best with using simplest possible solutions, colors are the best in my opinion for that. As for the alternatives you can always go for some icons related to the current state of the particular item. There are many ready-to-use icons such as Flaticon or Freepik and many more if you use your search-engine ...


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Personally I think more information about what exactly you are indicating with the markers is needed to give a complete answer, but maybe this can help you get started. Assuming you are talking about 'hotness' in temperature, the most common way I have come across to specify temperature is with the colours green, yellow and red. Green being the coldest, red ...


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This will only work if the result of your effect is a black and white image like the stamp effect gives you (or the halftone effect in this case). Original object: Halftone effect applied: Create a blue rectangle underneath your black and white object. Select both, open the transparency panel and click "Make Mask". This will create an opacity mask ...


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Late to the show, but here is what I would do: First off, it goes against standard to ask for a full name, so I would split up the name field into first and last name fields. Second, I would match the colors to that of the app. I'd drop the border and replace it with a gray border with a subtle dropshadow. That teal should be your action color, that way ...


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You can save swatches to Adobe CC library (See this link for a full introduction to using the CC Library). This library can save various assets but one of them being swatches which you can use on various Adobe programs. The swatches will sync whenever you make a change to the swatch. There are many ways to add swatches to a library. 1) Add assets from the ...


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Yes. In photoshop from drop menu choose "save swatches for exchange", choose destination and name. Then in illustrator Open swatch library "other library" and point to *.ase file you created.



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