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  1. You can do this with the "ring" tool. Draw the ring with the starting angle at 89° and the end angle at 90° to get a box of 1° (or with the values you want). Then press "Ctrl +J", type 360/360 (for a box of 1°), press "Enter" then "Ctrl + J" as many times as you wish to have "boxes".
  2. Hello, Iadlon, You can use the "Ring" tool and insert lines from the center of the ring. In my example I have a 120° ring. I drew a line from the center of the ring to the side representing the 300, put its center of rotation at the center of the circle and used "Ctrl/CMD + J" by typing in the Studio 120/31 transformation window. I then grouped all the lines and did "Ctrl + X", selected the ring and inserted the lines inside it. For the thickest divisions I repeated the operation without inserting, I just opened the line at the edge of the ring. For the text I drew a circle whose center corresponds to that of the ring and I transformed it into a text plot. After typing the text I set the height of the baseline and the spacing of the different blocks. PS: I just realized that I was wrong in the number of lines, I did not correct, the principle remains valid.
  3. Hello duff12345, Once you have typed the top text, press "Enter" and enter the bottom text. Then set the base line of the bottom text to match the top text.
  4. @k410 thanks for your feedback.
  5. reglico

    Pattern Stroke

    Thanks for the feedback Michael.
  6. reglico

    Pattern Stroke

    Hello michaelsboost, It is possible, draw the pattern and export it in PNG (selection without background). Then go to the "Brushes" tab of the studio, choose the category in which you will place the brush (or create a new one) and click on the "hamburger" to the right of the tabs and choose "New textured image brush". Then choose the PNG file you just created, the brush is created and added to the category. To apply it to a shape (or line), draw the shape and click on the brush in the studio. For the brush to be applied in color, put the line of the shape on transparent in the tab "Colour". Right click on the brush in the studio and choose "Edit brush..." and choose "Repeat" in "Body" so that the pattern repeats itself all along the shape. You can also make settings from the context bar at the top of the screen. I hope you find this useful.
  7. No, because the contour is added to the shape resulting from a Boolean operation between the copy of the shapes and placed under them.
  8. It also works with several forms, or there's something I don't understand..
  9. Hello John Rostron, Place the cursor between 0 and P, hold down the "Alt" key and use the "Right Arrow" key on the keyboard to increase the space between the two characters. Use the left arrow to decrease this space.
  10. Thank you for your feedback!
  11. In the "fx" tab of the studio is "Outline". Draw the shape with a normal contour (inner alignment), then apply an fx "Outline" (inner alignment) of the desired color. Adjust the thickness of the shape and fx lines. If you want a yellow shape with a black outer contour and a red inner contour, draw by inverting the two colors of the contours, this way the size of the shape will not increase. (I seem to remember that @Bri-Toon had published something about this).
  12. Hello lettergothic, If I understood the question correctly, while waiting for a dedicated tool, there is a workaround (not always practical) using the fx "Contour". You can add multiple outlines by grouping the set after each new outline is added.
  13. Even DrawPlus allowed the rotation and movement of one or more letters without vectorization.
  14. I suppose you are on Mac, the Windows version does not offer this possibility.
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