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Baskerville, designed in 1754, is most known for its crisp edges, high contrast and generous proportions. The typeface was heavily influenced by the processes of the Birmingham-bred John Baskerville, a master type-founder and printer, who owed much of his career to his beginnings. As a servant in a clergyman’s house, it was his employer that discovered his penmanship talents and sent him to learn writing. Baskerville was illiterate but became very interested in calligraphy, and practised handwriting and inscription that was later echoed in strokes and embellishments in his printed typeface.
Baskerville is categorized as a transitional typeface in-between classical typefaces and the high contrast modern faces. At the time that John Baskerville decided to switch from owning a japanning business to a type foundry, Phillipe Grandjean’s exclusive Romain du Roi for Louis XIV had circulated and been copied in Europe. The mathematically-drawn characters felt cold, and prompted Baskerville to create a softer typeface with rounded bracketed serifs and a vertical axis.

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Add or Subtract Sides

With the Star Tool, drag on the Artboard (do not release the mouse yet), press Up or Down arrow to add/subtract sides.
This also works for the Arc, Spiral, Rectangle Grid, Polar Grid, Polygon, and Flare Tool.

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Select all layers

Ctrl Alt A To activate every layer except the Background layer.

Zoom With Mouse Wheel
Hold down Alt and scroll the mouse wheel up or down to zoom in/out

Select All Objects on Layer

To select all objects on a particular layer, hold down Option key and click on the layer name.

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Delete All Empty Layers

Whenever you have many empty layers in your document, don’t delete them one at a time, especially if they are mixed with other layers. All you need to do is go to the File menu to Scripts and select Delete All Empty Layers.

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