Post # 1
hi everyone! i purchased a font on veer that i’m trying to use on adobe illustrator and was wondering if anyone knew how to rotate a glyph.
the font has several ornamental glyphs that i’d like to use to frame certain words. but they all seem to only face one direction, so i can only put them on the right side of the word. i hope that made sense.
does anyone know how i can “invert” the character in adobe illustrator? any tips would be appreciated!
Post # 3
If you hit ctrl (on windows) a box should pop up around your text. Try dragging the middle tiny box on the right side to the left until it pops up backwards. I honestly don’t remember for sure if that’s how you do it, but that’s the first thing i would try!
Post # 4
You should be able to move and rotate it any way you want using Object > Transform
Are you wanting mirror image? You can do that through the Transform tool too.
Let me know if you need any more Adobe help
Post # 5
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Right click on the “glyph” that you are trying to alter, and you’ll see a TRANSFORM menu appear. Here you can rotate, reflect, etc. You can also change it into outline form and manipulate it more as a vector.