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I KNOW this has a simple solution.

But for weeks now (watching YouTube vids looking for an answer)... I can't figure out how to simply 'curve' my text.

 

I need to curve text to follow the circular path of a CD Layout. (to print text on the edge of a CD).

 

All I could find is info on creating 'paths'... but I am horribly inexperienced with that and I'm hoping there is an easier way.

I feel dumb asking... but here I am... asking.

thanks for any help!

 

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Thank You @G13RL !

I was Hoping that wasn't the answer...

You can do so much in Affinity Photo with Text... it seems you should easily be able to do this.

But I love the program still... came over from Adobe PS... and NOT LOOKING BACK.

 

do you use Affinity Designer as well?

I have it... but havent really used it. I'm wondering if I could do this easily in there...

 

Thanks again

 

PS... I just read the whole thread you linked... it seems I could do it in Designer and then bring it over.

Double thanks!!!

 

 

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For Designer, see the attached video. It concerns a text on the top of the circle and another on the bottom, both readable without turning your head.
For a text all around the circle, you will need to adjust the position of the coloured triangles to position it correctly.

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