reglico

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  1. assets

    Thanks for your feedback.
  2. You can not say this, as @dmstaker said, there are many resources online and more on this forum there are many highly qualified people who do not count their time to help others. The answers do not always come quickly because there are many requests, but in general they end up arriving and that for free.
  3. assets

    Hi perolet, You do not specify how you want to create an asset. If you drag an object into the assets window, it does not work, it disappears behind the window. With the selected object, expand the "Hamburger" at the top right of the window of the category in which you want to add it and choose "Add from Selection". I hope this will help you. Cordially.
  4. Thanks R C-R, I had tried this method: I had zoomed a lot to precisely place an additional node and, after opening the curve on two nodes, when I selected the top, I felt that the whole was always selected. This is because the upper right part of the S was lower than the cutting nodes. It was my fault, I should have reduced the zoom level before the selection!
  5. Very fair Alfred, I had not thought of it!
  6. Thanks Silverdust, happy if I could help you.
  7. You can draw a very thin line (0.1 pt) across the part to be cut, "Expand the stroke", select the S and the stroke and do a Boolean "Divide" operation. If necessary draw a line to conceal the void between the two parts of the S.
  8. On Windows, right-click directly to access the drop-down window that offers "Convert to curves". The procedure is certainly the same on Mac
  9. Thanks silverdust for your feedback.
  10. Hi silverdust, Menu "Layer", "Convert to curves"
  11. Hi Frogger86, Placez la photo, dessinez sur elle un rectangle sans remplissage de la taille du timbre. Dessinez un cercle de la taille d'un encoche et positionnez-le à cheval sur le le haut du côté gauche du rectangle, à l'endroit de la première encoche. Copiez et coller ce cercle sur lui-même autant de fois que nécessaire pour couvrir le côté gauche du rectangle. Avec le bouton "Organiser" dans la barre du haut, choisissez "Aligner verticalement", désélectionnez "Répartition auto" et tapez dans la fenêtre la valeur de l'écart entre les encoches (ou réglez visuellement avec la glissière). Groupez les cercles et alignez-les verticalement avec le rectangle. Copiez ensuite les cercles et collez-les sur le côté droit du rectangle. Collez à nouveau les cercles, faites-les pivoter vers la gauche et placez-les sur le trait supérieur du rectangle, supprimer les cercles en trop et alignez horizontalement avec le rectangle. Dupliquez les cercles du haut et les copier sur le trait du bas. Sélectionnez l'ensemble et dégroupez tout. Avec l'ensemble sélectionné, faites une opération booléenne "Soustraire". Dans les calques, glissez la photo dans la courbe (la forme du timbre) jusqu'à obtenir un rectangle bleu allongé en bas et à droite de la vignette de la courbe. J'espère être suffisamment clair. Cordialement. Place the photo, draw on it a rectangle without filling the size of the stamp. Draw a circle the size of a notch and position it astride the top of the left side of the rectangle, at the location of the first notch. Copy and paste this circle on itself as many times as necessary to cover the left side of the rectangle. With the "Organize" button in the top bar, choose "Align vertically", deselect "Auto distribution" and type in the value of the gap between the notches (or adjust visually with the slide). Group the circles and align them vertically with the rectangle. Then copy the circles and paste them on the right side of the rectangle. Re-paste the circles, rotate them to the left, place them on the top line of the rectangle, remove the circles and align horizontally with the rectangle. Duplicate the top circles and copy them to the bottom line. Select the set and ungroup everything. With the selected set, perform a "Subtract" Boolean operation. In layers, drag the photo into the curve (the shape of the stamp) until you get an elongated blue rectangle at the bottom and right of the curve thumbnail. I hope to be clear enough. Cordially.
  12. Thanks for your feedback.
  13. You're right Alfred, I had tried after reading your first post and it took me a lot of patience to adjust the size, AD is not very flexible in moving the adjustment handles, The movement is jerky. With a strong zoom factor I helped the FastStone Capture rule to get the same measurements on both forms. Your method is still very useful while awaiting an improvement of Serif, thank you to share it :)
  14. Hi Alfred, Very good solution if the target objects are smaller than the source object. If these target objects (or the rectangle created to make the mask) are larger than the source object, the filling will change scale relative to the filling of the object.
  15. Hi Stuart_R, Many thanks for sharing this great job!