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Does CS2 deal with line arrowheads differently than CS, that is increasing the line length with an after-thought arrow cap? It is something I have gotten kinda used to but I'm curious. Greg...

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    Does CS2 deal with line arrowheads differently than CS, that is increasing the line length with an after-thought arrow cap? It is something I have gotten kinda used to but I'm curious.

    Greg
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    Gregory_M._Phillips@adobeforums.com Guest

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    How do i create arrow like in the logo on www.pg-dehoeksteen.nl? Please advice.

    I am the webmaster for this site and need some advice
    Remco_Wesselius@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Remco:

    It is generally not acceptable to attach your topic to another user's thread.

    That having been said, is it this logo that you're looking at?

    Bert Guest

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    I am sorry if i have in an way oppsoed to the conventions in this forum.

    As an anwwer to your question, yes this the logo i want to change or to edit in illustrator
    Remco_Wesselius@adobeforums.com Guest

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    You should never use the browser to resize your images.

    Timothy_Foolery®@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Remco:

    The way to do this, is to start with a thick black stroke with rounded end caps. With this stroke selected, go to the Appearance palette, and choose the option (from the flyout) "Add New Stroke", or just drag the existing stroke onto the "new" button at the bottom of the palette. Make this stroke white, and drop its width down a number of points to get the black outline/white middle look. The bottom area is easy to make by using the offset path feature on a new fill you can add using the Appearance palette.

    Check out the added Ilustrator file to see the structure. Feel free to use it, if you like. Saved as v10.

    Hoeksteen Logo <http://www.itchybug.com/hoeksteen.zip>

    Bert
    Bert Guest

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    Gregory:

    Hello, you have not been forgotten. Unfortunately CS2 makes arrowheads in the same old way. steve
    Stephen_Fish@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Thanks for the response Steven.
    Gregory_M._Phillips@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Dear Bert

    Many thanks for your advice. I have learned from your proposed way.

    Many thanks
    Remco_Wesselius@adobeforums.com Guest

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    I have learned from your proposed way.




    Can't ask for more than that! Groetjes uit Colorado.
    Bert Guest

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    I hope that in any forth coming issues I can trust upon your advice. And by the way indeed groeten uit Schoonhoven, Nederland
    Remco_Wesselius@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Remco,

    I hope that in any forth coming issues I can trust upon your advice.




    Bert betrouwbaar? Natuurlijk.
    Jacob_Bugge@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Hi Jacob.
    Bert Guest

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    Hi EngelBert (so spelled hoping to avoid a Bwahahaha from somewhere down under).
    Jacob_Bugge@adobeforums.com Guest

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