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You need to separate inner and outer "circle" and Exlude them with Pathfinder tool. If you cant see the light gray shape, you have it below the dark gray object. Before Exclusion — two objects: After exclusion — one object:


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I haven't tried this, but it might be worth a shot: Paparazzi can take screenshots of a page and save it as an editable svg, that can then be imported into sketch/illustrator Here's a more detailed tutorial on how to do it


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Email servers often do not understand what the .eps file format is - specifically any binary data. In some cases the server sees them as "executable" files because of internal binary data and due to this the server will often scan the file for viruses and in the process break the file. In order to email an eps file, the best practice is to always ...


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It's fairly generous to say this doesn't have any pixelation going on, but it is indeed way bigger than you could normally get. I'm fairly sure that they used HiDPI mode. Original article about enabling HiDPI mode Instructions on how to enable the HiDPI mode: Run this in terminal: sudo defaults write /Library/Preferences/com.apple.windowserver.plist ...


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This can be done, semi manually, with reasonable effort. In illustrator do this: Take the image you want to make mosaic of and run Object → Object Mosaic... (optional) reduce the color depth in Photoshop before this step (optional) reduce pixel size in Photoshop before this step (optional) make a gradient strip on the image for easy value order ...


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The Scriptographer community has created some options to create a similar result. Scriptographer support ends at CS5, so none of the new fancy stuff allowed. Take a look in the raster scripts area and test out a few to see what you can get.


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My solution using Acrobat only (as it is mentioned in your tags). open your border PDF in Acrobat go to pages > watermark > Add Watermark select file and choose your second PDF text file adjust the scale and the position as you wish and press Ok. save the result to a new PDF


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Place the background PDF. Then place the text PDF on top of the background PDF. With the text PDF selected, set the blending mode on the Effects Panel (Window > Effects) to Multiply.


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In Adobe Indesign, we usually put the omitting backgrounds in Master Pages or A-Master, it's on the top right placed inside "Pages" tab (if your using the default Essentials workspace). See the youtube link below to understand using the Master Pages. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rsl4-J-h8jc Go and explore! :) -Sai


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This tool might help you to edit the svg file. SVG Editor


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I just used http://vectormagic.com and it works really well. The downloaded Mac app Vector Magic v1.8 costs $295 (last modified August 2010) but the online version is $7 per month. Here is the result I got from tracing a 450px wide line art drawing. You do need to see this test image at full screen to appreciate the nice work vectormagic did on the curves. ...


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it's true that there's no magic, it doesn't exist any perfect tracer, but, for example,in http://vectormagic.com/home , they have an online free auto tracer much better than Illustrator's one, at least for tracing black and white logos, that's a proven fact


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I have read all valuable answers my answer would be easier - I think Draw the basic shapes and they are a circle and hexagone Align them to the center now break each anchor in the hexagon shape by selecting with the white arroe each anchor and click over cut path at selected anchor points select two by two because if select it all the cut path command ...


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Look at what you have. Circle divided in 6 pieces. divide circle into 6 pieces for starter. It is symmetrical by rotation. Draw one piece and copy. the triangle is pointing one side horizontally. This is what you get: Image 1: how i would do it draw circle (mark center out with guides) Draw line at 80 degrees trim lines with shape builder rotate back ...


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If I'm understanding your question right, this should actually be quite simple. Select all of the paths that you're interested in merging, then use the Object > Path > Outline Stroke control. Keep in mind that this isn't reversible; if you end up wanting to edit your paths later, you're out of luck. As Scott said, you can use the Unite tool on the ...



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