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revised How to draw uniform zig-zag or wave in illustrator?
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answered How to draw uniform zig-zag or wave in illustrator?
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Is there a free 'Helvetica Neue' alternative?
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revised Why downsample to 300 ppi only for images above 450 ppi - why not for all images above 300 ppi?
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asked Why downsample to 300 ppi only for images above 450 ppi - why not for all images above 300 ppi?
Aug
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revised What are the essential must-read magazines for the design industry? (UK)
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answered What are the essential must-read magazines for the design industry? (UK)
Aug
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on What are the fonts used for this WWII Jolly Roger sign?
Aug
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Open a Photoshop document layer in a new File quickly?
Aug
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revised Is there anything that can read, import or convert CMYK SVG?
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accepted Is there anything that can read, import or convert CMYK SVG?
Aug
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revised Is there anything that can read, import or convert CMYK SVG?
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revised Is there anything that can read, import or convert CMYK SVG?
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Aug
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comment Is there a way of automatically displaying the vertical and horizontal spacing values in pixels between objects in an Adobe illustrator drawing?
If you want to arrange things horizontally and/or vertically with an exact specified number of pixels or points between them, you could try this method but add a gap between them by setting the number of px in the white box to something higher than 0. If it's groups of elements, not individual elements, you can group them before doing this.
Aug
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revised Is there anything that can read, import or convert CMYK SVG?
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comment What is the font used on the computer in “The Mother of All Demos”?
I'd suggest researching this by 1) finding out what type of computer was used here 2) finding out what its system font was, if it had one - or if (perhaps more likely) it was hard-baked bitmaps, looking to see if some enthusiast has tried to re-create it as a modern font. I'd suspect this pre-dates modern font formats.
Aug
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comment Can anyone tell me what this sans serif font is?
Beat me to it by seconds as I was typing! The R, M and 1 give it away. I don't think we've been asked to identify Arial before...
Aug
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revised Are there any films about graphic design?
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revised Can anyone tell me what this sans serif font is?
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revised Are there any films about graphic design?
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