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  1. did you ever get anywhere in a better work flow for this? it comes up for me often as well
  2. If you notice, they are asking about Pixel Layers, which are already raster images, even within the Vector Program.
  3. crap i hate that program. i got it and learned how to deal with its cranky ass to use it for expand stroke and envelope distort features and wow its sucks. mind you it is insanely powerful, amazingly so. but wow talk about slow, unintuitive, inconsistent. literally everything that Designer is not. its amazing how my very mood and mental health changed the afternoon i had to use it. i will keep it in my arsenal and im glad its there for when nothing else works, but yuck. and while i have no doubt it does 1000 cool things every day, the example you show above is not the same as i am asking for. that is a rectangular that has symmetrical corner fillets and then has been warped, its still symmetrical fillets. and the point is that i need to do the fillets to shaped after they are created, i can be off warping them.
  4. good question, i had something like this in a cad program way back when and you set it one way of the other (very similar to landscape or portrait orientation in the document set up) and could go and swap any corners back and forth fairly easy.
  5. fun work around, wanna come over to my desk and do it on 57 polar rotated letter shaped curves, with a few hundred corners?
  6. ah but this does exactly what i don't want it to do. it makes them circular rounded corners. i need oval rounded corners.
  7. ahahaahhahha that's funny. Funny the way showing a empty water glass to a person lost in a desert is funny.
  8. yeah i totally know how to do it the long way around like that, but with each letter having many corners, and in my case the letters are often rotated and doing it for inner and outer lines, a simple graphic can have a few hundred of these corners, and god forbid you decide you want them "just a tiny bit less". but year, ill write up a feature request, though honestly they need to work on way way more important things first (expand stroke anyone??)
  9. I have a need to round a lot of corners that i need a ovaloid fillet (1mm down one side of the corner and .6mm down the other) Is there a way to do this that is not painstakingly by hand? (the shapes being rounded vary a lot, they used to be text that are now curves that I'm customizing) I either need something like the corner tool were I get to pick HxW rather that simply R. the image below shows the kind of corner shape im after. i know how to do it manually, however this would be completely unrealistic and frankly sloppy, i have hundreds to do and im sure it will come up again and again.
  10. ah its the guides i can't get to snap to intersections! i can get my curser to, and therefor an object to, but the guides only want to snap to pretty random things that don't seem to have much of a pattern.
  11. hmmm actually just got it to work, so back to the inconsistenty i keep seeing. ill look into it more again tomorrow with fresh eyes, gn
  12. An awful lot and really mix results. Can you show me what your snapping settings are when you did this, because i set up the very same thing and it did not work like that with any setting i could test. In general i feel quite proficient in AD as i did in .ai and freehand before that, but this is one of the small list of things that is making me pull out hair.
  13. I spent 4 days doing by hand what should have been a 3 minute operation. Now they want it 0.1mm smaller stroke, this would be nothing at all if the program worked the way it should. In its current state, this is the stuff of nightmares. don't even get me started with the translated version they suggested! off to go look for another program to do this step on, how stupid.
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