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07-20-2007, 09:00 PM
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That's because the ones on black have an extra stroke because the original stroke is black. If you do that on white, you don't need it. If you do it on black you need the extra white stroke. I would have just used a different outer stroke color based on the background, but they apparently didn't think to do it that way. Companies are also very funny about how their logo is represented even when something like a stroke is changed to differentiate the logo from it's background.

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