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    Typing on path in CS2 then perspective?
    Hey, I am creating an image in which I had to type along a path (straight line for this one), and after that I need to edit it so that there is some perspective. I need the start of the text to be larger and then end to look smaller to make is seem like it's going away. I also need to skew the text so that it looks like it's perpendicular to the floor on the picture.

    However, I cannot change the perspective or skew the text after I type along a line path. I used the pen to create the path. All it does when I try to change perspective is rotate the picture, not perspective.

    What the heck?

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    surfwax95's Avatar
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    Effects > Distort&Transform > Free Distort

    This tool will allow you to do this after you've typed on a path. :mac:
    I try to Command+Shift+/ when I can.
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