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Fill an object in Figma with a stripe pattern

I'm not sure if this is the help you need but I'll give it a go. You can use any stripe background generator out there to create your desired stripe (colour or thickness) - Download it. In Figma, on ...
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Is a teaser with no image still a teaser?

A "teaser" is typically defined as anything which entices the viewer to look further (or keep watching in the case of multimedia) without actually giving away the "offer". Coming ...
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Is a teaser with no image still a teaser?

Just a quick answer. Text is can be an image. A blank black image, is an image. As a marketing effort just make sure that you can use that teasing later. If a black image is to later promote a "...
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Fill an object in Figma with a stripe pattern

My workaround is to generate an auto layout with a white background. Then I add long and small red rectangles in the foreground with the desired spacing. Afterwards I rotate the whole auto layout ...
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Aligning a pattern to connect in Illustrator

I believe the easiest approach would be to draw the pattern manually and make sure that the segments fit the artboard. There are many ways to do this. You could for example do it like this: Draw one ...
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How to use the same gradient independently for selected areas in PS?

For Photoshop to recognize each octagon as a separate object in order to apply a gradient or gradient layer style to it, they each need to be on their own layer. Or you have to select each shape one ...
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How to use the same gradient independently for selected areas in PS?

Use Illustrator as an auxiliary tool. Make a selection which is your all wanted areas together. I guess you can Ctrl+Click the layer icon. In Paths panel convert your selection to work path with 0,5 ...
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