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Find corresponding points along a path

Term "the smooth curve point which corresponds a corner of the zigzag" is not a clear thing. You have drawn a special case where the corresponding point seems to be in the half-way of two ...
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Find corresponding points along a path

Possibly... If I understand correctly, which I'm not certain I do. 2 paths of the identical lengths, one curved, one straight. Use Object > Path > Add Anchor Points and new anchors will be added ...
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Find corresponding points along a path

I doubt that there is a function that does exactly this. You could “eyeball” it, and add nodes with the pen tool. You can also cut a single spline into 2, 4, 8, 16 … splines of equal length by ...
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Do printshops charge more to non-designer clients?

If more work is required to prepare a file for reproduction, then of course there would be additional fees associated with that extra work. It has little or nothing to do with being, or not being, a ...
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Is there a way to know which font was used in Illustrator?

If the font is live, then you just need to select it and check the Font name mentioned in the Characters area under properties. In case they are outlined, there is a chance for you to still be able to ...
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wrapping text around circle in illustrator

This answer needs a renewal. Illustrator UI has changed dramatically since 2016. Steps: Using Ellipse tool, draw a circle on artboard. Hold Shift key while dragging Ellipse to make a perfect circle. ...
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As a graphic designer how can I chose right font and color for my design work. How can I improvise in it?

There is a lot that can be said about this subject. There is no short answer. Firstly, I advise you to refine your terminology, which will help guide you in further study. The real heart of what you'...
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Circles inside circle - evenly distributed

You maybe know the wanted white gap width, a list of wanted stroke widths and the size of one of the black circles, for ex. the innermost of them. One may ask why do you not simply calculate the ...
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Circles inside circle - evenly distributed

There's nothing fully automated as far as I know, except perhaps scripting it as @joojaa suggests in the comments. However, one possible method is to make a large black filled circle, and make a blend ...
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Circles inside circle - evenly distributed

I do not think there is an automated way to have equal spacing between differently stroked circles- except creating them one by one and doing the math... The following was created by copy and paste in ...
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Illustrator: Eliminating The Center Of The Text

Select the text and convert to outlines by doing Object > Expand Ungroup until there are no groups left, and do Object > Compound Path > Make Select the star and copy it Ctrl+C Select the ...
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Different way to unite a vector without losing detail

I assume this is an Image Trace. After tracing, make sure to go into the Image Trace options, and under Advanced, set the option to Ignore Color in your trace, and make sure it's set to white. Do ...
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Different way to unite a vector without losing detail

– Select all vectors – Click Object/expand to make sure all strokes are outlined – Click 'divide' in the pathfinder – Using the magic wand select all white areas and delete them – Select all black ...
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How do I make a spacetime curvature grid like this (the black hole one)?

This should be a comment, but this site allows only respected members write comments. Illustrator can make the funnel as a surface. You can get it by applying 3D effect revolve to a curve. You can get ...
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Convert fonts into curves/ paths automatically on export to PDF in Illustrator

Create an Action. Start Recording Select > Select All Type > Create Outlines File > Save A Copy... Walk through the PDF options as you need them, and save the PDF. Edit > Undo Create ...
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Apply stroke to a filled shape in Adobe Illustrator

There is no single way that professionals work, they all use different techniques. The method you suggest doesn't sound unreasonable. Anyway, here's how I would do it, but there are probably many ...
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Importing an image in PDF format generated by R into Adobe Illustrator results in changes to the image's colors

this likely has to do with ICC profiles. In Illustrator at the top to go to Edit- Assign profile. check the preview box. then try clicking on different ones. For printing we recommend either Adobe RGB ...
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create an pie chart from image

Illustrator's 3D effect Extrude makes the thickness with no effort after you have the image slices as a group of flat shapes. Trace, draw or purchase the needed shape. It must be a single path. Let it ...
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How to make a circle act like a stroke in Illustrator

Make the circles smaller and apply a thick stroke that looks like a fill. Circle with 1pt stroke. Same circle with a 10pt stroke. Or.. expand the strokes you do have so everything is a fill rather ...
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How would you make something like this using illustrator?

I'm afraid there's no single nor 2 click effect available for the wanted effect. As already said by others it can be got by dividing a set of concentric circles with vertical lines and by filling ...
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How would you make something like this using illustrator?

You could use a polar grid, and a grid of vertical lines snapped to the edge of each circle, then use the shape builder, delete the outer vertical lines, and fill in the chequered pattern. For example ...
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How to achieve this smooth zig zag effect for these lines?

It's not two paths. It's one path with two sides. There's a difference. Just use a single path and expand...
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How to achieve this smooth zig zag effect for these lines?

Draw a single line with a thick black stroke, and apply the zig-zag effect Expand Appearance, then Expand again, ungroup it and delete the centre path Select the shape and set no fill and a black ...
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When copying graph from Excel and pasting into Illustrator, text is corrupted

B.P2 Solve problems for a dataset involving routine central tendency, dispersion and probability distribution operations, using software. B.P3 Solve problems for a dataset involving routine ...
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In Illustrator: How do I stop layer from Artboard 1 going into Artboard 2?

The is a script fitobjecttoArtboardbounds (basically it resizes any shape the size of artboard, best works with rectangles of course). This way i can easily mask everything inside the artboards and ...
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Illustrator artboard limitations

Easy workaround as Woff said you make it 10 times smaller but export it at 720-1500 ppi. Afterwards in photoshop you resize it from 720 to 72 or 1500 to 150 (without resample). You can even make an ...
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In Illustrator, when I reflect a shape the original shape can't be seen but it is still there

If you don't wish to have a live effect which can be further edited or adjusted, don't use the Effects menu. Use Object > Transform > Reflect. When live effects are used, the original objects ...
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In Illustrator, when I reflect a shape the original shape can't be seen but it is still there

Set the number of copies to 1. See screenshot below. If you have it set to 0 (the default), it will make no copies and simply apply the transform effect. By the way, this is Illustrator's normal ...
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How to add a anchor point external to an object that is aligned to something internal to an object in adobe illustrator

The answer by @Scott is the correct way to proceed. If you need an actual point to click the Rotate tool on- create guides (or even just 2 lines which you can delete later) to intersect on the exact ...
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How to add a anchor point external to an object that is aligned to something internal to an object in adobe illustrator

Select an objet to rotate, Then.... With the Rotate tool... Click where you want the center of rotation. Then move away from that point and click-drag to rotate. Or Option/Alt-click to set the ...
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