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Chapter 11. Using the Paths Palette > Modifying Existing Direction Lines

Modifying Existing Direction Lines

Anchor points are composed of two elements—the anchor point and direction lines. The anchor point is the fence post that connects segments together. The direction lines influence the amount of curve applied to the segment. The further away a direction point lays from the anchor, the more aggressive the curve. Conversely, the closer the direction lines lay to the anchor point, the less the curve. If an anchor point does not have any direction lines, it is said to be a straight anchor point.


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