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Topic (MIS) (OP)
1 Jun 06 15:50
How can i make an outline around the letters like in the picture (look at the graphic on the wrist strap)It goes red outline, then white and a blue fill, how can i do this? thanks

http://ebay.thaiboxingsupply.com/twins_boxing-gloves_black.jpg
itchybug (TechnicalUser)
1 Jun 06 18:11
Topic (MIS) (OP)
1 Jun 06 21:44
thanks for the reply but i didnt succeed, the fitrst one made sense but didnt work, the second one i didnt understand at all, is there some other suggestions? or describe the steps in detail, thanks alot.
blueark (TechnicalUser)
2 Jun 06 6:45
1: Create your blue text, give it a white stroke.
2: Open the Appearance palette (Window > Appearance)
3: In the palette's flyout menu, select "Add New Stroke" and colour it red.
blueark (TechnicalUser)
2 Jun 06 7:17
Actually, I'll change that a bit:

1: Create blue text, no stroke.
2: Open the Appearance palette (Window > Appearance)
3: In the palette's flyout menu, select "Add New Stroke" and colour it red.
4: Effect > Path > Offset Path. Check the "Preview" box, and try out different offset values until you get the effect you want.

Topic (MIS) (OP)
2 Jun 06 11:15
ok thanks alot, that worked

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