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How iterate character bounds from TextFrame

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Friends,  

     We need to get each character bounds from Single TextFrame.

For Example:

      Happy ->TextFrame;

   We Wants,

   ArtBounds of H

   ArtBounds of A

  ArtBounds of P

 ArtBounds of Y, 

If any one knows , please teach me how to proceed.

 

Regards,

Jayashree.

 

 

    

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Correct answer by Charu Rajput | Adobe Community Professional

Hi, I am not 100% sure whether it will work in your case. But give it a try.

 

1. Select Textframe

2. Expand (From menu Object -> Expand...)

3. Expand command will convert textframe into group. Then get bounds of each item inside the Group.

 

May be we have different alternative to do this. I have just tried with simple textframe.

 

 

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How iterate character bounds from TextFrame

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Friends,  

     We need to get each character bounds from Single TextFrame.

For Example:

      Happy ->TextFrame;

   We Wants,

   ArtBounds of H

   ArtBounds of A

  ArtBounds of P

 ArtBounds of Y, 

If any one knows , please teach me how to proceed.

 

Regards,

Jayashree.

 

 

    

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Correct answer by Charu Rajput | Adobe Community Professional

Hi, I am not 100% sure whether it will work in your case. But give it a try.

 

1. Select Textframe

2. Expand (From menu Object -> Expand...)

3. Expand command will convert textframe into group. Then get bounds of each item inside the Group.

 

May be we have different alternative to do this. I have just tried with simple textframe.

 

 

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Hi, I am not 100% sure whether it will work in your case. But give it a try.

 

1. Select Textframe

2. Expand (From menu Object -> Expand...)

3. Expand command will convert textframe into group. Then get bounds of each item inside the Group.

 

May be we have different alternative to do this. I have just tried with simple textframe.

 

 

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