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Pfad beliebig abschneiden

Community Beginner ,
Mar 26, 2024 Mar 26, 2024

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Hi, 

ich bin neu in Illustrator. Meine Frage:

 

Ich möchte den weißen Pfad perfekt an die schwarzen Flächen anpassen, weiß aber nicht wie. Kann mir da jemand weiter helfen?

wenn du dich fragst, wie ich die weiße Linie da hin bekommen habe: ich hab einen weiß gefärbten Pfad nach Augenmaß platziert. Da gibts bestimmt auch intelligentere Lösungen 😅. Die wäre möglicher weiße auch Lösung des Problems. Aber weiß nicht weiter.

 

Ich habe bereits hier rumgestöbert und das Internet durchsucht, aber weiß nicht, wie ich die Sache spezifisch benennen kann.

 

Ich würde mich sehr über Hilfe oder Tipps freuen.

 

Danke

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Community Expert , Mar 26, 2024 Mar 26, 2024

Sven,

 

To have the white path accurately following the boundary of the black path to the left, you can use Obejct>Path>Offset Path with a value equalling half the desired Stroke Weight for a filled path with no stroke and the full desired Stroke Weight for a filled path with a stroke (your screenshot seems to indicate the latter). After that you can switch to stroke and no fill.

 

This will give you a path that runs all the way round the black path to the left, so you will need to cut it.

 

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Community Beginner , Mar 30, 2024 Mar 30, 2024

Wow! Danke Monika für deine Antwort! Icj werde es ausprobieren 😄

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Mar 26, 2024 Mar 26, 2024

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Das ist möglich auf drei Arten:

- mit einer Schnittmaske. Dafür müsste jedoch eine Außenform generiert werden. Aktuell ist jedoch die äußere Begrenzung eine Kontur.

- mit einer Deckkraftmaske: dazu müsste das schwarze Objekt dupliziert werden

- nach dem Umwandeln des weißen Pfads (Objekt > Pfad > Konturlinie). Dann kann man es abschneiden. Auch das geht wieder am besten, wenn das andere Objekt ebenfalls umgewandelt ist (oder eine Kopie davon9.

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Wow! Danke Monika für deine Antwort! Icj werde es ausprobieren 😄

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Sven,

 

To have the white path accurately following the boundary of the black path to the left, you can use Obejct>Path>Offset Path with a value equalling half the desired Stroke Weight for a filled path with no stroke and the full desired Stroke Weight for a filled path with a stroke (your screenshot seems to indicate the latter). After that you can switch to stroke and no fill.

 

This will give you a path that runs all the way round the black path to the left, so you will need to cut it.

 

The exact way to proceed depends on the desired end result.

 

I guess it could be to have the background show through where the white path is.

 

In that case you can just cut the white path so it ends as in your first screenshot, and then you can use it as a(n Opacity) Mask for the two black paths; or you can use Pathfinders (after outlining the stroke), or Live Paint or Shape Builder, to get actual paths without masking.

 

 

Edit: I had to leave for quite a while before finishing the post.

 

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Thank you for your detailed message! I will try out your suggestions. Thank you very much 🙌🏼

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For my part you are welcome, Sven.

 

I hope you will share your findings.

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