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draco merricl
Gradient applied in overlapping objects
on Aug 8, 2015 at 4:54:28 pm

Hi, I've looked for this in som many ways with no clue on what to do.
So I just want to have some objects, they are touching each other in a overlap way, I want they to have the same direction of gradient, but with compound they got cropped, I can't find a solution for it.

I basically don't want they cropped, and I want to keep the outlines. https://images.creativecow.net/u/300044/screenshot2015-08-08at1.36.08pm.png



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Vincent Rosati
Re: Gradient applied in overlapping objects
on Aug 8, 2015 at 7:47:18 pm

Right now you have 3 objects.
Duplicate the objects, to the side, so you have 6 objects - Two sets of 3 objects.
With the second set, do Pathfinder / Unite. You now have 4 object - the 3 main objects plus the 1 unified object.
Apply the gradient to the united object and arrange it beneath the main outlined objects.

Vince

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