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Looks like you are trying to use Inverse Clip (LPE) which is a Live Path Effect on a raster image. Unfortunately, that command only works on vector objects, not raster images. If you want, you can create an inverse shape manually to use as a kind of inverted clip instead. Example. Here I made a rectangle bigger than the raster image I want to clip, and then ...


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In general the process is this: Loop over your set of PNG images, and for each one: Get the current dimensions (width & height) Calculate the scaling factor Apply the scale transformation Write the new image out to disk For step 3, the formula involves the Pythagorean theorem. Given W = width, H = height, and R = radius of the circle, the scaling ...


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InDesign is using a Typical Display setting by default, to speed things up, which is especially useful when working on large files with a lot of external links. However, you can hit CTRL+ALT+H and this switches to the High Quality Display setting, which will render your imported Illustrator file in full sharpness.


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Select those shapes under the coffin which need the hole, group them. Then select the coffin and the group and apply Object > Clip > Set Inverse. No group is needed if there's only one object which needs a hole under the coffin Inverted clipping path deletes nothing, it makes a part transparent. BTW you are an exceptional XY questioner, you also ...


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Look at the Tool Controls Bar along the top, for the Ellipse Tool. Hit the "Whole Ellipse" button shown highlighted in red here Also make sure the Ellipse has a coloured fill (not white) or a stroke (not white) applied, otherwise it will be invisible! You can change the fill or stroke in the Fill and Stroke Panel (Shift+Ctrl+F). Note that 0.92 is ...


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Step 1 - Align your big circle and small circles to the center of the canvas to have a simple reference point (since we know exactly what the center of the canvas is). Step 2 - Move all of your small circles to the desired distance from the big circle. Then select four of them and enter free transform mode (Ctrl+T). If your reference point is disabled, ...


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