for performing shape
editing operations on text or
using another object as
a guide. A typical example is using
the outline of a shape
to shrink and elongate letterforms to simulate the appearance of a
curling in the wind. In this example, the
which is much simpler
than the letterforms,
using standard point editing controls, and all
of the control points of the letterforms conform to the general shape
of the controlling outline.
Why another enveloping tool?
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