I’m not sure how to search for what I’m asking so I’ll just ask.
I have a text design that’s going on bamboo cutting boards. I’m using the font in Line but I want to change one word to Fill. I can’t figure out how to select just one word and change the layer so I can have it set to Fill.
I have four different versions of this design and if there’s a way to do this without re-typing them that would be great. When I originally typed the text I just used carriage returns between lines.
Will I have to type everything except the word I want to change to Fill and the then type the Fill word and justify?
I hope I explained what I’m trying to do so someone can come up with an answer.
Thanks for any help,
is a grouped phrase? i think so, select all the word then click on “ungroup selection”. In this way you can select a letter at a time
I tried that but will give it another try in the morning. It’s late here.
Thank you for your reply,
The Ungroup did not work. So, I finally converted the text to path and it let me change the layers. I did type each of the four lines of text individually so I only had to work with one line of text.
Now the alignment for horizontal and vertical centering does nothing. I can live with that and do that manually.
you are from? if you can/want tell it…
LightBurn does not provide this type of selection within a text string, not as you are thinking, but you can produce what you describe.
You will need to generate several “chunks” of text, the chunk for ‘Line’ work and a chunk for the ‘Fills’. You then arrange the chunks as required so it looks as you’d like.
Would that work for what you are after?
This topic was automatically closed 30 days after the last reply. New replies are no longer allowed.