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Posted on 2001-07-06
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Hi,

I have some text that I am stroking once in white (2px) and then reselecting the whole image and stroking it again in black (1px) the problem is that when I stroke the image the final time in black the 1 px line is rough and grainy. Is there anyone who could suggest a way to create such a thin stroke (2px is to thick - 1.5 would be ideal but I can't do that) but still maintains the smoothness of the font below.

Thanks for all your help

Charlie
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An easy solution would be to create the text twice. One for the white stroke of 2 px a second one for the black stroke, only this time stroke the black 3px and lay the white stroke text over the black stroke text. Problem solved?

SK
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Cheers Sk

Worked a treat
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Glad I could help.
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