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Adobe Illustrator Hoes.

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by DEE38, Nov 19, 2002.

  1. DEE38

    DEE38 12oz Loyalist

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    Adobe Illustrator Hoes.

    Discussion started by DEE38 - Nov 19, 2002

    I need some help.

    I've lagged badly on a 7 week assignment and am trying to get it all done today. (Very Bad Procrastinator.)

    I need to transform my text so that it curves.. sorta like a rainbow shape....... and I have no fucking clue how.

    Help. :( I'm using Adobe Illustrator 9. :(
     
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  2. WISE

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    WISE - Replied Nov 19, 2002

    If you want to type text along as path (which I think is what you're asking for) draw the path that you want it to follow (the curve, or a circle or whatever) then click on the text tool, hold it down until the other text tools pop out and click the 'type to path' or whatever it's called, it looks like the letter T with a squiggle going thru it. then put the cursor on top of the curve you just created and type......or just read the help file, whatever.
     
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  3. me IS cool

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    me IS cool - Replied Nov 19, 2002


    uhh yeah what he said.:scramble:
     
  4. rip

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    rip - Replied Nov 19, 2002

    you can do curved text in power point. why not do it there?
     
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  5. TX

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    TX - Replied Nov 19, 2002

    yeah what he said but you will have to do a no fill no stroke on your curve so it wont show up in your work. and phuc powerpoint.
     
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  6. FourOneTwo

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    FourOneTwo - Replied Nov 19, 2002

    you can even do that shit in word if you needed to.
     
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  7. Curveball

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    Curveball - Replied Nov 19, 2002

    type to path is definitly the way to go.......thats if your type isn't in outlines yet.
     
  8. ctrl+alt+del

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    ctrl+alt+del - Replied Nov 19, 2002

    caddy is gonna get himself mufucking Microsoft certified soon!! if i get 4, i get a microsoft logo that i can put on all my resumes or letterheads, whatever i want. im hoping it will get me a good job.
     
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    DEE38 - Replied Nov 19, 2002

    "YOU MUST CLICK A NON COMPOUND NON MASKING PATH TO CREATE TEXT ALONG A PATH"

    fuck you! what the fuck does that mean, bitch fuck. My help feature doesnt work too, I think cuz it's bootleg.
     
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    rip - Replied Nov 19, 2002

    like i said use pwoer point theres curved text.
     
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  11. SteveAustin

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    SteveAustin - Replied Nov 19, 2002

    take the pen tool and create a brand spanking new line and then click on it with the type on path tool (letter T over squiggly line).

    should work
     
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    High Priest - Replied Nov 19, 2002

    Get a skin graft at 75 miles per hour.
     
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    QbaOner - Replied Nov 19, 2002

    in photoshop all it needs is one mouse click... let me know if you still need help...
    but then again.. if you're tryin to print out your work.. ilustartor is better... i hear photoshop + fonts + print = mess.....









    ...hoe
     
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    socrates - Replied Nov 19, 2002

    I bet that will work when you apply to ARBY's
     
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    SukiSukiNow - Replied Nov 21, 2002

    draw a circle using the elipse tool, hold down the shiftg button while drawing it so you create a perfect circle. hold down the type tool and you'll see the type that looks like it's going on a path, select. click on the circle you drew, where you want the type to begin and type away.
     
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