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Author Topic: Video - How to thicken a thin font  (Read 3725 times)

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Video - How to thicken a thin font
« on: August 06, 2010, 12:50:42 AM »
Have you found the perfect font only to find it has sections that are too thin to cut out properly.
In the video I show how a font can be thickened if a few steps by using Inset/Outset Halo in Inkscape.
[youtube:2gp8rcvv]BVlHDvIKerM[/youtube:2gp8rcvv]
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