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Old 03-12-2005, 07:24 PM   #5
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After opening the logo (which I did not design) in Illustrator, it does look like they did some fiddling with the gradient sliders to get the effect they wanted.

I should try to replicate the same gradient settings in bars, and import them into Quark. The only way I can find the "location" setting in AI is to click on the little slidey thing, which gives me a setting of 35.96%.

So I reckon I need to use that setting for my bars.

However, I still don't know why the gradient in the logo on the front cover looks so different from all the other logo gradients (in the various sizes) throughout the publication. All of the gradients in all of the logos are exactly the same.

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