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How do I skew the text on a path like seen at B?
I wouldn't necessarily need Illustrators C to E but B I could use right now and in the near future.

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20 minutes ago, Johannes said:

How do I skew the text on a path like seen at B?

That's no plain x/y-axis skew and thus a slightly z-axis like perspective distortion. - Such things are best done with vector distortion tools, which ADe sadly doen't have at all!

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I'm afraid that's not possible at the moment, it's not ideal but the closest is to convert the text to curves once you've aligned it to curve and to manually rotate skew each letter to suit.

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