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i hope my translations are right for this: (it seems like i can't change CC Apps Language) Its in the "paragraph" windows menu -- should be something like spaces or distances and there you can change the distances between the words (first line): dont know if there is an easier way. hope this helps. sry for bad english :-/


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The effect in question is a glow. Glow is colour radiating from the object edges, to either inwards or outwards, usually with a blur making the colour a gradient fading away. As in here, this is a white glow with 5 px blur made with Illustrator: Despite the name, glow doesn't have to be an actual glow, but can also radiate darker colours, and at least in ...


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You only have to work with the letter m. Select the letter m and in the character formatting controls make the following: make the letter m [superscript] or reduce the [font size] of that m, and increase the [baseline shift] to an appropriate value. still m selected. reduce [Tracking] to any value you like. after you finish save the selected m in a ...


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I'm only advising this on the basis that it's used for short snippets of text and not paragraphs. The formatting of headlines can and should be controlled as much as possible within reasonable limits. JavaScript, or extra unnecessary elements are not quite "reasonable limits". Non-Breaking Spaces on the other hand... ...


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The best practice is to acknowledge that you have no real control over line breaks on the web and it's best to design with that in mind. Any solution to the contrary will, invariably, have to be hacky. As it will be a hack as HTML doesn't adhere to user defined line breaks outside of hard coding. You could do it with JS fairly easily. Set up your break ...


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How can I import the text editor from CS3 to CS6? You cant move application specific tools from one version to another. I would advise checking the documentation from Adobe, Format and edit text.


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I really recommend getting a copy of "Stop Stealing Sheep & find out how type works" by Erik Spiekermann and E.M. Ginger. The book does a fantastic job of explaining the basic principles behind type and typesetting and is fairly understandable even by folks who don't have domain knowledge in design or typography. And then I'd also recommend hanging out ...


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The easiest solution is to export png in higher resolution and later resize images in Acdsee (using batching) or Photoshop (using actions). I am using this method constantly because many fonts has bad hinting instruction, which are causing x-height jumping (like in your sample). Another solution is to convert all text into outlines before exporting.


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Your problem lies in the fact that the 'o' you are trying to give an effect is two separate paths, probably in a group. Effects like offset will not work properly, indeed. You will want to select all the o's paths and then make them into a Compound Path: Object > Compound Path > Make or right click > Make Compound Path. Besides, this effect is more easily ...


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In Photoshop: Double-Click your text layer to open the Layer-Style Apply Inner Glow with your desired color (Inner Shadow does pretty much the same) Hope this helps.


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This is very easy in Gimp. Just use the bucket tool to fill the background white, and export. Or if you want to go one stage further, then after that, use the select with the same colour tool, press delete (Making sure that your image has an alpha channel) add a new white layer, merge down and export as a jpg, png or whatever.


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There are more than one solution. Two other online solutions with lots of polish are Wordle (1) and WordItOut (2). See also this for more resources. Some can generate code such as html or generate from a query instead of a site/document. Some can export to svg. There are surely many ways to do this. One way is with Processing (3). There is a library such ...



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