Karbon/Tutoriels/Forme artistique pour le texte

Revision as of 11:16, 26 August 2012 by Ddurand42 (talk | contribs) (Created page with "{{Tip|If a docker is not visible, you can either go to the <menuchoice>Settings -> Dockers</menuchoice> menu, or right-click on a docker title, and then you can make that dock...")
Jump to: navigation, search
Other languages:
English • ‎Nederlands • ‎dansk • ‎español • ‎français • ‎italiano • ‎українська

This tutorial will present you what you can do with the Artistic Text Shape. While this tutorial was done using Karbon, the shape is available in other KOffice applications, and will work in a similar way. Ce tutoriel vous expliquera ce que vous pouvez faire avec le Forme de texte fantaisie. Bien que ce tutoriel ait été réalisé en utilisant Karbon, cette forme est disponible dans d'autres applications Koffice, et fonctionnera de manière similaire.

Dans cette leçon, vous apprendrez à

  • créer une forme texte
  • associer une forme texte à un emplacement
Ktip.png
Tip
If a docker is not visible, you can either go to the Settings -> Dockers menu, or right-click on a docker title, and then you can make that docker visible.
Ktip.png
Tip
Si un panneau n'est pas visible, vous pouvez aller au panneau Settings Panneaux, ou cliquer-droit sur un titre de panneau ce qui vous permettre ensuite de rendre le panneau visible.


First step with a text shape

Add-artistic-text-shape.png To add an artistic text shape, go to the Add shape docker, click on the Artistic Text icon, and drag it to the canvas.

After adding the shape, you might want to edit the text and display something more interesting. To do this, you need to activate the artistic text shape tool, either by double clicking on the newly created shape, or selecting Artistictext-tool.png in the toolbox. Then you can change the text to something like this.

Boring-artistic-text-shape.png
Since you want a cool text, you will need to change the font. This is done by changing the properties in the shape properties docker, where you can change font, the style, and also the Offset which will be used to control the position of the text on a path shape. Shape-properties-artistic-text-shape.png

After changing the font to "Steve", the size to 30pt, and setting bold, you can have the following shape in your canvas:

Cool-artistic-text-shape.png

Path follower

This is still a very straight, flat text. Now we want a curvy text. To do this, we will need to create a path, for instance, using the Freehand Path Drawing Tool Draw-freehand.png.

You should have something like this:

Cool-artistic-text-shape-and-curve.png

To associate the text with the curve, you need to activate the artistic text tool by double clicking on the text, or selecting Artistictext-tool.png.

Then, if you move the mouse on top of the curve you will see the cursor changing to a hand, you will need to click on the curve. In the Tool options docker, the Attach path icon Artistictext-attach-path.png is now enabled, and you need to click on it to attach the path. Using the offset in the Shape properties docker, you can adjust the text to get the following result:

Cool-curvy-artistic-text-shape.png

You can detach the path by clicking on Artistictext-detach-path.png. You can translate, rotate and edit the text. If you change the curve, then the text will be updated.


Content is available under Creative Commons License SA 4.0 unless otherwise noted.