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Found an answer here on stack ! Preventing Illustrator CC vector objects distorting when scaled Just selecting everything and unchecking Align to pixel grid (in the transform panel) worked very wel for me


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I found the solution I was in search of. The Inkscape equivalent to "Expanding the text" is "Object to Path (CTRL + SHIFT + C). I used this command for all text in the logo, saved, and it renders correctly in my HTML now.


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I think there is no way to automate these tasks, since those worn out scales in the pictures will be every time on a more or less different spot in the picture. Maybe, if it's +- in the same spot and the background of the picture is solid color e.g. white AND all those pictures are taken from the same distance, using the same lens and settings, you could ...


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Stretching the bleep out of a jpg is a pretty feasible technique in this case, since this is a blurry image to begin with. You are going to see some banding if you stretch it too much, but there are things you could do to try and avoid that. Here's the image you provided, stretched to viewport siz. On my 1440p screen res, the banding goes slightly over ...


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If it's for the cause of simplifying paths, I find Inkscape does a much better job then Illustrator. You would need to export it to svg from Illustrotor, import it into inkscape and I suggest you try it one path first: select it and hit CTRL+L. It will tell how many 'nodes' it found and how many are left after simplifying. (Or you can use the menu: Path --> ...


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Simple steps for that file... although that file isn't problematic here. First fix the type counters on the arch by filling them with white. Then . . . Select All Object > Expand Pathfinder Panel > Merge Click a white filled object (with the Direct Select Tool - white arrow) Select > Same > Fill & Stroke Hit Delete Draw a no fill, no stroke ...


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Link! (aka Place) Embedding images into your InDesign document will create a much larger .indd file, especially with as many images as you are going to be working with - your file will be MASSIVE. This can sometimes lead to your document taking forever to open, if it opens at all. It will sometimes just cause InDesign to crash, upon trying to open the ...


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I would make a rectangle the same size as the artboard and turn it into a clipping mask. To do this, group together all the layers you wish to trim by selecting them and entering command+g. Next, make a rectangle with the same dimensions as your artboard, and center horizontally and vertically. With the rectangle layer in front, select both objects, enter ...


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Pretty sure you can simply ignore the Fontello error. Works fine when I give it a go. Feel free to download the Sketch & SVG file that I used here http://ge.tt/8LyJbb12 (it also includes the resulting Fontello zip file) UPDATE: just tried it with your Sketch file, all you have to do is convert the lines to strokes: Layer / Paths / Vectorize ...


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I wrote a Javascript to do this; see https://forums.adobe.com/thread/735457 for a description (direct download link: http://www.jongware.com/binaries/puzzlify.zip). After running the script, you end up with separate puzzle pieces, which you can move around at will. The script assumes a single object or group is selected before running. It asks for a few ...


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When it doesn't work at first try quitting Illustrator, open again and then hit Show Bounding box. That should work!!!


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Workflow depends on lots of things... When you resize a frame in InDesign, the content is unchanged. This may seem counter-intuitive, but the only thing that changes is an internal descriptor which controls the dimensions of said content. For example, if you have a raster 5 megapixel image, it is 5 megapixels regardless of frame size. Thus, there is an ...


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Set type. Draw a box behind it Select box and type Use the Shear Tool - click once on one side of the box to set the origin, then click-drag at the other side of the box, hold the Shift down and drag up or down. There are a few other methods you could use, from the Free Transform Tool to Type on a Path to Envelopes and transform effects, but this is ...


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seriously :) if it's 16x16 just use the pencil tool and draw it in photoshop! At this size you're designing pixels. Even pixel snap and resizing won't help you with this! If you need the logo this small you need to change the design and draw it by hand anyway this shouldn't take that long :)


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Ungroup them all even the sub groups to fix the issue and copy to a new layer


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In Inkscape you can simply apply Extensions > Generate from Path > Voronoi Pattern


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Open the .pdf in Photoshop, ensuring the dimensions are correct and you've set the PPI field to at least 300 in the open dialog: Let Photoshop rasterize the entire thing. Then save the file as a tiff. Print the Tiff. Vector graphics are beneficial when artwork is scaled and manipulated. When it comes to printing everything is rasterized upon output. ...



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