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    Quote Originally Posted by graphicsman, post: 221715
    well one thing about using strokes is if you ever want to resize it, it becomes a pain. I would re-design it to where its actually a circle which can be resized and the outline can always be to scale with the original piece. Strokes are always enemies to resizing
    Agreed. One rule of thumb, a finished vector should never have strokes. Use strokes to get the look you are going for, but ALWAYS expand them.

    When I am done making a vector, I always select everything and check the stroke color box. If there is a color or a "?" in that location, I know I need to find my culprit and expand it.

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    Thanks for the suggestion!

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    thank you for your help


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