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There is no info on how the curve should continue. Adobe gives you three (or four more on that later) choices in these cases. The choices are miter, which continues the path straight after information stops, round, which makes a circular join, and bevel which just connects the parts at the unknown. Image 1: The three choices provided by Adobe when ...


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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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Skeuomorphism The whole purpose of skeuomorphism is to tackle the problems you are facing. Emulating the aesthetics of physical objects that people are used to in the real world helps them to understand the functionality of your interface. Skeuomorphism has got a bit of a bad name recently, mainly due to Apple taking it a bit too far. Pre iOS 7, the ...


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Currently, the three little nubs don't look like a slideable object, which is why people may not try using them. I suggest taking a look at some sliders/slider plug ins to see how they handle their sliding arms. You may want to use something with a point to it so it pinpoints what exactly they are sliding too. Something like this perhaps. Here's why: ...


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The subtraction of the inner circle can be reset, giving this result: (Btw, this only works after removing the circle from the group, or else Sketch just subtracts two circles from the rectangle at a different spot) As you can see, it kinda works, but there is a whole part of the inside of the circle again that is flowing outside of the boundaries of the ...


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Try this: Give your icon a drop shadow. Opacity around 25% Distance: 0 Spread: 0 Size: 250 (this is the max Photoshop will allow) Click OK Now turn this shadow into a layer (right click on the 'effect' lext to the layer in the Layers panel and click Create Layer Now for the tricky bit – select the Polygonal Lasso Tool (L) and, holding down Shift, draw ...



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