posted by chrismear at 12:17 PM on November 17, 2005 The quick & dirty workaround I used for this is: Make your drawing in illustrator (with the line width set to 1 pixel). You can also customize the caps (the end of a […] Then open a new layer ABOVE the rectangle and use EDIT>STROKE. The only way I can see the fill and strokes on the shape is if I right click on the shape and click "Isolate Selected Path." You can do many things with the different paths and shapes from within InDesign. This will create the outline strokes for all the four shapes. Every shape and path, by default, is created with a 1-point black stroke. Does anyone know what my problem is? It goes like this. ). Shapes can be created in many ways in Illustrator, and the simpler way is usually better. Although there is no stroke, when looking at the Smart Object in Photoshop, there seems to be a very thin white outline around the shape. That turned the stroke into a strokeable object and the fill disappeared. It’s a number one tool for every designer working with the outline icons/illustrations. The final section of the Stroke panel gives you the chance of inserting custom arrowheads, which definitely can save you a lot of time, you can decide separately the style of the head and tail, the scale and if you want them to fit within the stroke length or go beyond it. Then, with the example I am working with, I would apply a black stroke to the outside. Working with lines. I suggest you start from scratch - open a new photo - just to explore the suggestions here. I’m not new to graphic design work, but I seriously need to improve my Illustrator skills — and this whole stroke scaling thing was really making me angry! Use the following steps to adjust the line thickness and style: Use the first drop-down menu next to "Stroke" to select the line thickness. In our example, we then straightened the ends and made multiple copies. My final result (with an underlying filled font) is shown in the example below. The way you control this feature is from the “Transform” palette (Window > Transform). However, unlike a Reece’s Peanut Butter cup, they are not two great tastes that taste great together. The gradient is not affected since the expand only applies to the stoke, not the gradient applied to the stroke. Notes: In the current version of Illustrator, the Align Stroke To Inside option is applied by default while you're creating a web document. After you create an outline around a line or stroke, you will not be able to edit the line thickness and style anymore. One simple way to make a shape that you can use as a building block to create your design, is to convert a path with a thick stroke into an object. Choose Object>Flatten Transparency to expand it. This will give you a nice circle dotted lines. I am trying to create a circle where I can align a stroke to the outside of a path - however I need to be able to break the circle up into sections - once I do that - I cant align to outside anymore. It does the same kind of thing when I align the stroke … This would give a nice coloured text that is quite bold & thick but also a nice black border stroke. Illustrator - I can't see the fill on my shapes. While working in illustrator CS3 ( or any of the CS series) I get stuck where I can’t see my selection outlines. Thanks. Illustrator provides the output that is modeled on the stylus’s x-axis position, y-axis position, pressure, tilt, bearing, and rotation. Choose View > Fit Artboard In Window. If none of the suggestions are working, it's time to explore all those options Sepiana and others have mentioned using a new project. Illustrator :: Why Align Stroke Inside And Outside Path Not Working Correctly Feb 11, 2013. Outlining a font is not for the faint of heart. This can be very useful for things […] Illustrator gives you the opportunity to change text into outlines or artwork. By default, Illustrator creates your first shape as a black outline with white fill. A cursor annotator that simulates the tip of an actual brush is displayed when using a tablet and stylus that support rotation. I entered some text earlier today and stroked that text, then used the Stroke to Path option. If you "outline" text, that means you're turning the text into editable vectors. Control+Shift+O (the letter), turns all text to graphics, then you can add a stroke through the little color boxes at the bottom of the tool pallette.

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