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EireStudio says

Hey Guys,

Sorry, probably an easy answer for this but here is something I am working on.

The left hand side is fine, but when I resize it smaller, it looks like crap. There are bits popping out (like the stroke I circled) and the stroke is far too big etc. Is there anyway to make this scalable?

Thanks.

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punedesign says

Hey Guys,

Sorry, probably an easy answer for this but here is something I am working on.

The left hand side is fine, but when I resize it smaller, it looks like crap. There are bits popping out (like the stroke I circled) and the stroke is far too big etc. Is there anyway to make this scalable?

Thanks.

Go to Object / Expand / Fill & Stroke – That’s it’.

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EireStudio says

Perfect! Thanks a million pune!

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LeroiV says

Check Scale Strokes & Effects in the Preferences panel (Command+K), Ctrl+K :)

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JRChild says

open the transform tab and set the settings(drop down menu in the top right hand corner) to ‘scale strokes and effects’. This will result in the stroke shrinking or growing as your object does.

hope this helps!

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Artandego says

Both answers are right.

Expand your strokes and fills

OR

Find the option to scale strokes and effects.

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