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Community Beginner ,
Aug 16, 2020

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After drawing an illustration on an artboard and then copy and paste infront to a different document to add to a another project.. I have noticed that when I downsize the image the stroke size in the illustration looks too thick ??? so I downsize the stoke to 25 if it was at a 1 

 

I dont know why this happens can you help?? and explain why?

 

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Under you Preferences>General - set your scale stroke and effects to on and they will not get thicker when you resize.

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Help with stroke

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After drawing an illustration on an artboard and then copy and paste infront to a different document to add to a another project.. I have noticed that when I downsize the image the stroke size in the illustration looks too thick ??? so I downsize the stoke to 25 if it was at a 1 

 

I dont know why this happens can you help?? and explain why?

 

Thank you

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Correct answer by michelew83603738 | Adobe Community Professional

Under you Preferences>General - set your scale stroke and effects to on and they will not get thicker when you resize.

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Under you Preferences>General - set your scale stroke and effects to on and they will not get thicker when you resize.

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Hi there,

 

Thanks for reaching out. In addition to earlier suggestion, I'd request checking out this community discussion and see if the steps provided help you out.

Let us know how it goes. Looking forward to your response.

 

Regards,

Ashutosh

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since it is a vector base program you can decide ahead of time and turn on the check mark for sacle stroke and effect in the preference file. or yuo can do it in the Transform panel or ny of the transformation tools.

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Editing preferences is a good suggestion. If this is a static element that may be scaled and duplicated multiple times you may consider converting it to a "Static Symbol". Then, when scaled, all line will scale proportionally regardless of the current "Stroke Weight" preference setting.

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