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Envelope disort clipping object

New Here ,
Jul 04, 2024 Jul 04, 2024

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I would like it to be possible to perform an envelope disort operation so that only what is in the clipping is taken into account in the calculation of object bending. At the moment, if I have, for example, objects (like circle) in a clipping rectangle and I use the "Make with Mesh" or "Make with Top Object" option to bend the whole thing to a different shape, the bend sizes are not only limited to the clipping but to all objects that are not visible and hidden under the clipping, causing it to be badly deformed. It would be wonderful if Envelope Disort would only bend what is visible in the clipping and not outside it.

 

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Jul 04, 2024 Jul 04, 2024

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Tomasz,

 

I am afraid it is time for a feature request,

https://illustrator.uservoice.com/forums/333657-illustrator-desktop-feature-requests
https://illustrator.uservoice.com/

 

or for joining it, if one has been made already.

 

 

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Jul 05, 2024 Jul 05, 2024

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Thank you, this is exactly what I was looking for. Post sent.

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Jul 05, 2024 Jul 05, 2024

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You are welcome, Tomasz.

 

Maybe your best current option is to add a sufficiently oversized nostroke/nofill rectangle (including the invisible part(s)) with the same proportions as the rectangular grid and centred on it, which is the same as centring on the visible artwork.

 

With this, you ought to be able to get exactly the desired distortion.

 

That is, until the feature is available or till the end of time, whichever occurs first.

 

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