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 query : Re: InDesign: How break a story from a text frame in two part? Any Scripts? Is there a way to break a story by selecting a text frame and split it in two? There is two scripts which they called

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Thanks to user "SZCZERZO KŁY" introduced "Dave saunders" script, it looks work fine but for those who think the script no longer works, it continues to run perfectly for me right up to CC 2015 by putting it into a "Version 4.0 Scripts" (case sensitive but without the quotes) subfolder of the Scripts Panel folder.

//DESCRIPTION: Splits story at the selected text frame.

// The selected frame becomes the first of the new story.
// Note that the behavior when an overset last frame is selected
// is different from that of the break-out text frame script.
// This script moves the overset text to the second story while
// breaking out the last frame leaves the overset text attached to the first story.

if ((app.documents.length != 0) && (app.selection.length != 0)) {
var myFrame = app.selection[0];
if (myFrame.constructor.name != "TextFrame") {
errorExit('Please select a text frame');
}
var myStory = myFrame.parentStory;
var mySplit = myFrame.textFrameIndex;
var myTot = myStory.textFrames.length;

// Because of the possibility of tables, we must always work from the back
var myStart = myTot - 1;
var myEnd = mySplit;

// Nothing to do if user has selected first frame.
if (myEnd != 0) {
if (myStart > myEnd) {
var myPrevFrame = splitMe(myStory.textFrames[myStart]);
myStart--;
for (var i = myStart; i> myEnd; i--) {
var myNewFrame = splitMe(myStory.textFrames[i]);
myPrevFrame.previousTextFrame = myNewFrame;
myPrevFrame = myNewFrame;
}
}
// Now we deal with the last frame
myFrame = myStory.textFrames[myEnd]
try {
myIndex = myFrame.characters[0].index;
stEnd = myStory.length - 1;
myText = myStory.texts[0].characters.itemByRange(myIndex,stEnd);
} catch (e) { } // Ignore; happens if last character is a table or frames are empty.
myNewFrame = myFrame.duplicate();
try{myText.remove();}catch(e){} //ignore empty frame
myFrame.remove();
try{myPrevFrame.previousTextFrame = myNewFrame;}catch(e){} //fails if one frame only
//Finally, if, and only if, the split is mid-table, myStory is now overset
if (myStory.textFrames[-1].overflows) {
myTable = myStory.characters[-1].tables[0];
myNewTable = myNewFrame.parentStory.characters[0].tables[0];
myRowCount = myNewTable.rows.length;
myTable.rows.itemByRange(0 - myRowCount,-1).remove();
}
}
} else {
errorExit();
}

// +++++++ Functions Start Here +++++++++++++++++++++++

function splitMe(myFrame) {
myDupeFrame = myFrame.duplicate();
while(myDupeFrame.contents.length > 0) {
myDupeFrame.texts[0].remove();
}
myFrame.remove();
return myDupeFrame;
}

function errorExit(message) {
if (arguments.length > 0) {
if (app.version != 3) { beep() } // CS2 includes beep() function.
alert(message);
}
exit(); // CS exits with a beep; CS2 exits silently.
}
// +++++++ Script Ends Here ++++++++++++++++++++++++++

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 query : Re: How to know which second typeface should be used, given a contextual typeface? When searching for how to "italicize" a word in an italic context, I come up with an idea that changing the typeface

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There's a vague guideline: contrast in some aspects, lack of contrast in others. You want your reader to be able to smoothly read on, but you want the difference in typeface to be clearly noticeable even to a casually observing layperson.

When combining two typefaces in a single line, make sure that there is enough contrast between the two:


Make sure the two typefaces are from different categories, like sans vs. classic serif. If the regular body text is a classic serif, don't choose anything that might be mistaken for a classic serif as a second typeface.
In most cases, even then it's wise to emphasise the difference between the two faces by using a contrasting font for the second typeface so it really stands out. Think bold or black/extra bold.


When combining two typefaces in a single line, make sure that the reader can smoothly read the line:


Ensure that font x-heights match—that's the height of the lowercase letters. That doesn't just mean to match up the displayed point size, but also eyeballing the lowercase letter sizes and check whether they match as much as possible. Some typefaces at eg. 12pt are significantly larger than other faces at the same 12pt. Compare Garamond and Verdana for a good chuckle: even Verdana's capitals are significantly larger at the same point size.
Do not change font colour in addition to changing the typeface and weight. You are already drawing attention to the difference with the typeface change, no need to hammer it home.


Lastly, there's of course an aesthetic aspect: choose a second typeface that combines well with your first. There is loads and loads of guides for this around, both online and off.

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 query : Re: Illustrator: Editing a custom graphic style I created an additive graphic style that includes a few effects, and applied this style to a few objects. Now I'd like to make a change to this

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This can now be done thus:

1) Apply the style to redefine to an existing object.

2) Change the colours, etc of that object as desired.

3) Drag the object to the Graphic Styles panel, hover the cursor over the style to redefine and hold down "Alt" (Mac) before dropping it in to the Graphic Style swatch.

That's it.

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 query : SVG xlink:href path to .jpg not working (inside my website project) Why, when I open my .svg file alone in the browser it does show the picture from xlink:href but inside my website project

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Posted in: #Svg

Why, when I open my .svg file alone in the browser it does show the picture from xlink:href but inside my website project it does not show the picture from xlink:href?

This is the image from xlink:href --> s10.postimg.org/ky5y39vvd/Untitled-19.png
Inside my website project I use either img tag or background-image to link to my .svg file...

The point is I want .svg file to work inside my website project :)

This is my SVG file:

<svg xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg" xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink" xmlns:ev="http://www.w3.org/2001/xml-events" version="1.1" baseProfile="full">
<title>Text Pattern Fill Example</title>
<defs>
<pattern id="img1" patternUnits="userSpaceOnUse" width="120" height="140">
<image xlink:href="https://s10.postimg.org/e2h45vefd/alex-iby.jpg" x="0" y="0" width="120" height="300"
transform="translate(135.780723, 50.780723) rotate(90.000000) translate(-55.780723, -60.780723)"
/><!-- Image from silviahartmann.com/background-tile/6-grass-meadow-tile.php--> </pattern>
</defs>

<path d="M59.2078786,111.129597 C101.335439,132.142715 115.952158,85.5158857 115.952158,53.9197716 C115.952158,22.3236576 102.07475,5.17108475 70.7357496,5.17108475 C39.3967496,5.17108475 13.4042112,19.8971044 -0.939389391,40.9853457 C-15.28299,62.0735871 17.0803178,90.1164792 59.2078786,111.129597 Z" transform="translate(55.780723, 60.780723) rotate(-90.000000) translate(-55.780723, -60.780723) " fill="url(#img1)"></path>
</svg>

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 query : Re: Illustrator: how to make a transparent favicon of non-square logo I have a logo that isn't square. I want to make it a favicon that has a transparent background, but doing so requires making

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Even though the other answers are technically correct, I'd really advice against just shrinking a very broad or very tall logo into a 16x16 pixel space to make a favicon. There's a good chance that nothing about the logo is going to be recognisable anymore, resulting in a somewhat random jumble of pixels.

A good logo should have a simplified alternative that works at a tiny size and is roughly 1x1 in proportions. Use that to base your favicon on. Don't include any text, or reduce it to one or two characters.

Even if that doesn't work, you might want to take an element of the logo (provided you designed it yourself) and use that as a favicon.

As an example, one of my customers has a rather complex logo, including sand dunes and a compass behind their brand name. AS a favicon, I only used the compass needle:

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 query : Layer comps in Illustrator I've searched for this, but I suppose it's not very common. I am web design enthusiast and I want to make different states for buttons and etc. Personally I don't

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Posted in: #AdobeIllustrator

I've searched for this, but I suppose it's not very common. I am web design enthusiast and I want to make different states for buttons and etc. Personally I don't like to do web design in Photoshop. Is there such an equivalent in illustrator?

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 query : Re: Illustrator: How do I create a clipping mask with 2 paths? I'm trying to create a clipping mask to ensure a shape doesn't spill over outside of the containing shape. Here's the image I am

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Drop down Menu: Object > Clipping Mask > Make
Shortcut Key: Command > 7
Layer Panel: Make/Release Clipping Mask icon at the bottom
Right click: highlight all objects and select Make Clipping Mask


Please find the link for StepbyStep
99designs.com/blog/design-tutorials/adobe-illustrator-tutorial-clipping-mask-and-compound-path/

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 query : Adobe Illustrator - File - Icon Preview When I save my Illustrator file the file preview shows like this. How can I change it? At the moment it is showing many different layers in the document.

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Posted in: #AdobeIllustrator

When I save my Illustrator file the file preview shows like this. How can I change it? At the moment it is showing many different layers in the document.

I want it to be the cover only - which is on one layer with sublayers.

Thanks

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 query : Re: Illustrator: how do I equally space interlocking shapes I have an illustration consisting of different geometric shapes. All of them are touching each other, they "lock in" to each other if

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As an alternative to the distribution centre option, you could try 'Align To Key Object'.


Select all your shapes
Change the 'Align To' type (circled in red in the screenshot) to 'Align to Key Object'
Change the value to a negative one (I've set it to -15). Tweak to suit.
And then click the horizontal distribution button.


This should then slightly 'interlock' the shapes.

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 query : Photoshop CS6, Timeline reset Is it possible to reset (means to remove all keyframes at once) timeline in Photoshop CS6? Thank you I need this: to remove keyframes and timeline animation

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Posted in: #AdobePhotoshop #Animation

Is it possible to reset (means to remove all keyframes at once) timeline in Photoshop CS6? Thank you

I need this: to remove keyframes and timeline animation

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 query : Lab Color Space in photoshop If Lab Color space covers colors that are not supported by monitors how come photoshop are showing Lab color space in their colorpalette? What is the purpose of

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Posted in: #AdobePhotoshop #ColorSpaces

If Lab Color space covers colors that are not supported by monitors how come photoshop are showing Lab color space in their colorpalette? What is the purpose of it? If I give Lab values as L-(85), a-(29), b-(-99). I am getting a color. But if I use the corresponding RGB values, I am not getting that actual color. Why is that?

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 query : Re: Is it possible to generate a gradient from color swatches? I am trying to generate two gradients using color swatches in Adobe Illustrator. It took me a very long time to find out that it's

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Draw to objects with a fill, some distance apart;
Make the fill colours of the two objects the two colours you want to know the intermediaires of;
Select both of them;
Choose the Blend tool (W);
Click an anchor on one of the shapes;
Click the corresponding anchor on the other shape;
Double click the Blend tool in the toolbox to change the blend's settings and change them to 'Smooth Color' if necessary. If it's a determined amount of intermediaries you're looking for, enter that number under the option 'Specified Steps';
Object > Expand the blend and Object > Ungroup if desired.


The resulting shapes will have all intermediate colours, which you can eyedrop and store in your Swatches palette at leisure.

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 query : Re: InDesign corrupts imported excel-files. Win/Mac issue with character sets I'm on a Mac, working on an InDesign file. I get some XSLX files with numbers in them, and when I place them into my

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I could not get Excel files with thousand separators to show correctly in InDesign. As I said in my question the separator get's replaced by an "Ê". I could of course do a search and replace for this symbol but that is not a good solution since I will have to repeat this each time I change any linked excel-file.

My solution was to remove the separator in the Excel-file and add a GREP-style in InDesign that uses a bigger tracking unit on every third digit.

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 query : Re: Illustrator: Making areas of color transparent Hello everyone. I'm a web designer who is brand new to graphic design. I've been experimenting this evening, trying to learn new skills using YouTube

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I think you mean removing front object from behind one, because it's not possible to transparent front one and still don't see back one.
here my suggestion:


Mix up your design
Select both objects, then
Show up pathfinder from Window menu > Pathfinder
And while objects are selected click on "Minus front" (The Red marked option on pathfinder in image below.)

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 query : Is it possible to add some greps to paragraph style to change a section mark content? In indesign I added some long and rich Section marks to the sections. some places I need to have some

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Posted in: #AdobeIndesign #ParagraphStyles #SectionMarker

In indesign I added some long and rich Section marks to the sections.
some places I need to have some parts of them and other places another parts.

for example:

section mark is "Section two: Place we were there."
I want to have "Section two" in header and "Place we were there" in footer.

I know those section marks are like a unique-data character and are once-apart for themselves, but I want to know is there a workaround or any trick like add a grep to style to doing that, while looks like the Paragraph style with grep does not affect that.

my Indesign ver. is cs6.

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 query : How to apply a master page to every Nth page? Is there a expression/code in "apply master page" dialogue to apply selected master to every n pages, for example every 6th page? Any scripts suggestions

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Posted in: #AdobeIndesign #MasterPage

Is there a expression/code in "apply master page" dialogue to apply selected master to every n pages, for example every 6th page?
Any scripts suggestions will be appreciated!

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 query : Re: Can I use the font "Product Sans" for a commercial poster? I want to make a poster for my middle school yearbook, but I don't know if I can put them up due to font copyright. On befonts.com,

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While I am not a lawyer and the legal aspect is more appropriate for law.SE than here, generally at least in the United States, copyright on a font only covers the "computer software" aspect of a font (the representation of the font as instructions/curve data/bitmap data/whatever used to generate the output) and not the typeface itself or documents/designs incorporating the typeface. You need a commercial license when you will be distributing the font file, or a derived/subset font file, such as for web fonts, for including the font file with a piece of software or video game, etc. You do not need it in order to sell a book or a poster containing text using the font.

While I didn't specifically use it in preparing this answer, a source which supports my answer (and which appeared first to me Googling for "copyright and fonts") is: www.lawyers.com/legal-info/intellectual-property/intellectual-property-licensing/company-sues-over-unauthorized-use-of-its-fonts.html

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 query : Working with duotone image mode in Photoshop and Indesign I'm working with Risograph (sort of automatized silk screen printing for paper) and I'm trying to find solution for effect I want to

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Posted in: #AdobeIndesign #AdobePhotoshop

I'm working with Risograph (sort of automatized silk screen printing for paper) and I'm trying to find solution for effect I want to achieve. I'm trying to edit photographs to look something like this:


Note: I'm not interested in halftone effect, just focus on colors.

I want to make only some parts of the image blue, and the rest red. I tried to use Duotone mode in Photoshop but no matter what I can't achieve this. Here are two of my failed attempts:


I opened image I'm working on, then changed to duotone mode. In
duotone popup menu I selected desired colors red and blue, but when
I try to pick blue in color panel all I can get is variations of
purpleish color (mix of red and blue). And I can't figure out how to
use pure blue or red.
I tried making blue monotone image and mask out what I don't need, than do the same with red monotone image. Then I tried making red-blue duotone file and placing this 2 previously made monotone images, but it's doesn't work, it won't get imported.


It is really important for me to actually work with spot colors, I know exactly how to do this in CMYK/RGB mode. But then I need to do the color separations in order to prepare files for printing and I end up with 4 channels, but I have only 2 available.

Only solution that's working for me right now is to make 2 separate monotone files for blue part of the picture and the red one. Than I would place them in Indesign and position them on top of each other. This works but it's quite hard to manipulate image later, I would have to change 2 separate PSD files by hart and go back and forward with changes.

Best solution for me would be to have only one PSD file, that I'm able to select 2 colors I'm working with, and to be able to mix those to colors (than in print overprint those parts for purple color). And than to be able to import that PSF file in Indesign and print separations with ease. Seems to me that duotone mode is maybe not perfect for this.

I hope I was clear enough. I would appreciate all your help!

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 query : Re: How can I reduce compression artifacts in dark areas with Photoshop? Using Photoshop I have converted a photograph into a sketch/line drawing, I achieved this in photoshop by: Making image greyscale

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Making image greyscale
Duplicating image then inverting it
Applying a color(colour) dodge
Applying a Box blur (level 16)
Add Noise and/or Remove Noise to the bottom Layer


Then you'll need to paint a little. Use overlay brushes, a Flow of around 10% and painting in black and white. You can easily paint over the remaining artifacts making them darker / lighter until they are invisible. Result:

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 query : Re: Photoshop Action Does Not Place Watermark File on Another File CS4 I am trying to create a PS action that uses a separate source file for a watermark overlay in a large number of photos as

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I am not even sure what you mean by watermark but I'm gonna go and guess it's a png with a logo/copyright or another psd file.

Either way, remember that for the action to work at all times, you must have your png/psd in the same directory that you initially had it when creating the action (and with the same name), other than that, everything is easy.

Whenever I want to add such a file via action, I simply use Place (File > Place...). When using place, the action remembers the Path of the file you placed (as you can see when collapsing Place from action details) and every time you play the action, it will load the file from that Path (that's why I said at the beginning that your watermark has to remain in the same directory with the same name).

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 query : How to word email explaining working files buyout After years of providing press ready PDF files to my customer for extensive revisions to a yearly catalog, they are asking for the InDesign

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Posted in: #AdobeIndesign #ClientRelations #Copyright #IntellectualProperty #Legal

After years of providing press ready PDF files to my customer for extensive revisions to a yearly catalog, they are asking for the InDesign "working files," which they think they are entitled to, as they want to use another designer. I would be happy to sell them these working files, I'm just not sure how to word the email I would like to send them, without getting too wordy, and not sure if I use the phrase "buyout" or "IP property release" or "transfer of IP rights"...etc. Just trying to make it as simple and elegant as possible.

Would anyone like to chime in and tell me their thoughts (or improvements) on the following email?



Dear
[name of customer]:

For many years, I have supplied ABC Company with "Final Deliverables" of the yearly ABC Company catalog, with Final Deliverables defined as press ready PDF files. Each time, I subsequently received payment in full from ABC Company. The business transaction was thus considered completed to your satisfaction.

Any native or working files created by me to produce those Final Deliverables remain my sole property as the graphic designer. This is my position, and always has been.

If you are interested in a full buyout (which would include the working files and full transfer of IP rights), the release fee will be $XXXX.

Sincerely, [my name]

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 query : Re: how to scale artwork and content from mm to pixels i'm making a template of a ticket of 80mm for a web app in Illustrator CC 2017, but now realize that when i go to export>save for web,

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I'm not sure what your question is..

80mm = 227px at 72 Pixel/Inch (the resolution at which Illustrator's Save for Web, saves) so I'm not sure where the problem is.

From Adobe Help Center:

"When you save artwork in a bitmap format, such as JPEG, GIF, or PNG, Illustrator rasterizes the artwork at 72 pixels per inch."


If you wish to save directly from AI at a different resolution, use
Export instead of Save for Web, It allows you to choose between 72ppi, 150ppi, 300ppi or Other (this will allow you to add
your own):






UPDATE:

You mentioned in the comments but "really 80mm are 302.362204728px" and that is right and wrong at the same time. I have mentioned in my answer that save for web saves at a resolution of 72 Pixel/Inch. That means 80mm will have a value of 227px when exported.



Your resulted value comes from a 96 Pixel/Inch resolution that translates to roughly 302px.



You can open your exported image in Photoshop, go to Image>Image Size and you will see the resolution of your AI exported image has a resolution of 72.



Check out this calculator:
www.pixelcalculator.com/?round=&FORM=1&DP=1&FA=&lang=en&mm1=80&mm2=&dpi1=72&sub1=+calculate+#a1

It will help you understand better.



Also, for more on the topic, check out this answer form @joojaa :
graphicdesign.stackexchange.com/a/100684/48529

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 query : Re: How do I equally space the pieces of a split shape in Illustrator? I want to move all of the pieces of a split hexagon so there is equal space between each piece. I could use the stroke

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Draw your hexagon;
Open the Attributes palette (Windows > Attributes) and click the Show Center button--a square with a dot in the middle. This will cause your hexagon's center to be shown as an anchor-like dot.
Draw a line from the center of the hex upwards, to well outside of it: Take the line tool () and start drawing on the center dot. Displaying your Smart Guides (View > Smart Guides or Ctrl/Cmd+U) helps aligning the start of your line exactly with the center;
While drawing your line, hold Shift to ensure your line is exactly vertical;
Adjust the line's width to your desired gap;
With the line still selected, take the Rotate tool (R) and LeftAlt+click on the bottom anchor of the line;
Choose 15° as the angle and push Copy rather than OK;
Choose Object > Transform > Transform Again (Ctrl/Cmd+D) 22 times;
Select all your lines, but not the hexagon;
Object > Expand... and make sure 'stroke' has been ticked;
With the resulting objects still selected, find your Pathfinder palette (Window > Pathfinder) and choose the first icon, 'unite';
With this shape still selected, Shift+click on your hexagon to select both;
Choose the second icon in the Pathfinder palette, 'Minus Front'.

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 query : Re: CMYK colors dont add up to 100% ? Whats the trick to mix a color? I have a formula for mixing a CMYK-OGV color that I want its C:0,M:16,Y:0,K:0,O:0,G:0,V:0. I got my formula from the Pantone

@Lengel450

The difficulty you may be having is with the meaning of the word "MIX."


Juxtapose. The process of creating the impression of a realistic image using only four different hues involves a perceptual "mix" (mental blend) of different amounts/percentages of area coverage by area.


A partial 50% area coverage of Cyan overlaid upon another partial 50% area coverage of Yellow creates the perception of a medium green. A magnified view of the area would reveal dots of each colour unaltered and interspersed. This is the way colour monitors, television, and process colour printing mix.


Blend. The process of creating a green can also use a physical combination of Cyan and Yellow pigments combined in equal parts by volume or weight. A medium green would be created by adding a neutral with enough volume to dilute the saturation to create a medium tint. A magnified view of the area would reveal a uniform medium green area. This is the way paint and inks mix.
Fusion. The phenomenon called persistence of vision gives us another way to experience a mix of different colours. Rapidly alternating overlay of different hues can produce the effect of mixing colours dynamically. Colour segments of a spinning wheel will produce a mental fusion into a mix of the segment colours. This is the way a spinning Newton colour wheel achieves a colour mix. When the wheel stops, however, the illusion is broken and the original colours are visible.


Having tubes of pigments and bottles of inks only allow a physical blend of the materials which is only one kind of mix. As you can see there are two other kinds. Perhaps this will help you with your understanding of the issue.

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 query : Linked files illustrator Hi can anyone advise about linked files. How do you stop it getting lost. Is it like indesign where you have a links folder? For logos should you just copy and paste

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Posted in: #AdobeIllustrator

Hi can anyone advise about linked files. How do you stop it getting lost. Is it like indesign where you have a links folder?

For logos should you just copy and paste in so it's embedded?

Many thanks

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 query : Re: Wrong Size when I export. Exports way off Why is it that when I export an image in illustrator that is supposed to be 1500x500 it exports as 6520x2394 or some weird size and the image has

@Lengel450

I don't know what software you are using but if you want your image to remain 1500x500px when you export it (I don't know why but I have a feeling this is your issue so I'll go on a wild guess), make sure the resolution is set to 72 Pixel/Inch.

There you have it, a 1500x500px image.

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 query : Re: DAVID JONES logo. Serif or Slab-serif? I'm trying to accurately work out the font category for the "DAVID JONES" logo. Would it be considered a Serif or Slab-serif font and why? Thanks:)

@Lengel450

This would be a Classic Serif, judging by the thick-thin contrast and the fact that the serifs are connected to the rest of the glyph by a 'shoulder', a curved connection.

As Phillipp said in his answer, this is not a slab serif, as those have serifs that are as thick as the glyph's strokes and they usually have little or no thick-thin contrast.

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