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Fit object to path?


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#1 saeedart

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Posted 17 June 2013 - 05:11 AM

Hi all, I'm new here. Sorry for my bad english :)

I have a problem.

Is there some command to fit object on path, like fitting text to path? Im using CorelDRAW for drawing holes for LED for iluminated signs. Hols are usuali 5mm in diameter and distance between them is from 5mm up to 25mm. I dont have problem when I draw them in straitgh lines (simple duplicate transformation), but i have problem draw them on letters and on curves (drawing them by hand). Is there some easier way to draw multiple objects on path with determination of distance between them?

Hers pic if i wasnt clear :)

Im using CorelDRAW v12 and X5.

Sry if i posted in wrong part of forum.

#2 Articos

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Posted 30 June 2013 - 03:16 AM

Hi,

First, trace any curved or line vector. Select text tool and click over your previous traced curve, line, arc, circle... and you can write text over vector.
When finish, you can select vector and move nodes to modifi curve, angle...

Regards,
Articos

#3 chakori

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Posted 11 July 2013 - 05:17 PM

Hi saeed,
I cant see the example pic. nevertheless, i can share one trick, i hope this works for you.

Draw two holes with ample distance between them. Use blend tool to both of them so that u get a garland like drawing with beads in a thread. now use the "new path" option from the property bar of the blend tool itself . Click on the alphabets or any curved path u want.

I hope this does the needful.

thanks.




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