First launched in 1988, Adobe Illustrator has an even longer pedigree than
Photoshop. And for much of this time its creative capabilities have been
effectively circumscribed by PostScript, Adobe's page-description language.
Illustrator CS5 is still defined by PostScript - it has to be in order to enable
high-resolution, fully scalable vector output - but Adobe does what it can to
push the envelope. This time, it kicks off with better control over arrowheads
and dashed lines.
The big change is that Illustrator CS5 adds a Width tool, allowing you to drag out
from multiple points along a path to interactively vary its width. This neatly
sidesteps one of the big limitations of PostScript: that paths can be stroked
only at a uniform width
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