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The simple truth is for vectors you create a gap, and not make a stroke "transparent". In some cases you can simply set the stroke color to match a background color and that is sufficient. A white stroke on a white background appears like it's a gap when it's really not. If you need a gap, then the most likely easy method to create one is to select the ...
You might have to make 2 objects, one with just stroke, and one with just fill. I was going to suggest making your stroke either black, white or 50% grey, then set it as screen, multiply or overlay respectively to make it invisible over another layer. This will make your solid colors affected by the background however, which is why you may need the stroke ...
Like both answers, but I'd take it a step back :) I think all this can be done in a single layer with 2 layer styles. Stroke and Drop Shadow. You can play around with the style settings to get the right look. The advantage of having it in one layer is that it makes editing of your text very easy. If you use multiple layers you would have to edit the text ...
Scott's answer is very good. I would take it just a step further by creating 3 type layers in order to account for the overlap of the white lettering over the green. Check out the triangle of the "A" or the hole of the "P".
Just two type layers. The top type layer has a white fill and a blue stroke. The bottom type layer has a simple red fill. You could also simply use a hard-edged drop shadow on a single type layer:
You can also create a marquee on the canvas of the area you wish the text to be centered. Once you marquee the area Press V and at the top of the screen you can select center from the alignment options. By doing this, it does not matter if your text is left aligned or any alignment. It centers based on the layer. This method can also be used to centering ...
I typically use a text box (drag out and define the area where I want my text to show up) This way I can change the text alignment without shifting my text object
Go to Pen tool. You have a button called Shape on top. Press that and presto :p
In Illustrator, when you save a file it asks you which version you want to save it as. Instead of CS6, you can choose a “Legacy Format” like Illustrator CS5, but be aware that you may lose some newer features and attributes when the document is read back in to the prior release. In Flash Professional, you can save in XFL or FLA format for CS5.5 or CS5, ...
You can try with Flannel. Just drag and drop your Flash CS6 FLA file onto Flannel and it will make a copy and append _CS5 to the file name. That file can be opened in Flash CS5. Intro paragraph from the above linked page: Since the FLA format is now XML- and ZIP-based, it’s relatively easy to unzip the package, open a file, and set the version back ...
All of the layers in the file are in clipping masks. Right click the whole file and release clipping mask. In the layers palette you will see a bunch of clipping mask layers. You can either continue to right click the "image" and continue to release the clipping mask to get to where you want to do edits or you can find the roads clipping path and delete ...
Go CC. You never have to upgrade again. If you go CS6. It will look like CS2 in five years. Scott hit the nail on the head: 64bit. If you do any video work, it will save you hours of time. There has been A LOT of performance improvements, especially in AE & Premiere. InDesign will also stop crashing if you have large files. This assumes you have a ...
An earlier comment about Hardware compatibility is very important. I was using CS3 and very happy with the product for graphic design and website design projects. I like the idea of Creative Cloud and had clients using newer versions of the Adobe products, so I decided to upgrade to Cloud. Unfortunately I have had nothing but problems from day one, ...
Jeremy Check the box which is next to Use Artboards, U havent clicked All button in your screenshot, click and try it definitely it will work
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