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Instead of the typical black box for censoring, use a gray that is roughly equal to the visual weight/value of the word.


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In order to not draw attention to certain words you could blur these words and a random amount of other words as well. or a whole sub sequence of words where the concerned words are contained Thus there is some blurring, but as it's 'quite some blurring' no particular attention will be drawn to a few particular words


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Just blur it out or cover it with black boxes. If the actual text isn't important, it's not something you've written, and it'll only be visible briefly, why not just cover it with a blur or a black box? If it's someone else's profanity, maybe leave the first letter visible so that people can tell what word it is without the word itself being visible; if it's ...


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Replace the word to censor with an equal length innocuous word. For example, many websites will censor words like "kill" or "fxxx" and substitute "hugs". Or substitute "murder" with "lovely". Or "shxx" with "love". Etc... One could do the same for any word really. It looks like a standard ...


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When writing plain text, its pretty hard to specify what is acceptable for line breaks and length. Whoever is reading the text in vim, notepad or browser or whatever may or may not wrap lines. Typography: There is no bold italic or font choice or size. The font will again depend on whatever is rendering the 'plain text'. Use * for bullets. They are well ...


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Do not use the text tool for reflowing. Instead: Create a rectangle. Select the rectangle and the text. Text > Flow into Frame. Resize the rectangle to the desired flow region.


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If your text happens to put on a circle, you can just simple rotate the circle:


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set font kerning in AI to zero seems to stop it.


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It might have been the "object to path" after you converted your text to a path. What you ended up with was your stroke being outlined into a shape, instead of a single-line path, on the bold letters. Have you tried recreating the text and converting it to a path from scratch? That will probably be the easiest way to fix this. If you don't have the ...


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