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I know this should go on the wish list, but here they are anyway: 1) The ability to rotate gradient files in .5 degree increments. I always find I need that level of accuracy to position my fills correctly. 2) Previous and next view commands. If you zoom in, then evoke a previous view command, you go right back to the last view you were at....

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    Default A Couple of Wishes

    I know this should go on the wish list, but here they are anyway:

    1) The ability to rotate gradient files in .5 degree increments. I always
    find I need that level of accuracy to position my fills correctly.

    2) Previous and next view commands. If you zoom in, then evoke a previous
    view command, you go right back to the last view you were at.

    Bruce Kieffer Guest

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    Default Re: A Couple of Wishes

    in article BBCE5908.9DF4%brucekieffer.us, Bruce Kieffer at [email]brucekieffer.us[/email]
    wrote on 11/5/03 8:36:
    > I know this should go on the wish list, but here they are anyway:
    >
    > 1) The ability to rotate gradient files in .5 degree increments. I always
    > find I need that level of accuracy to position my fills correctly.
    Can't help you there, FH rounds the numbers down.
    >
    > 2) Previous and next view commands. If you zoom in, then evoke a previous
    > view command, you go right back to the last view you were at.
    You might try making Custom Views while you're working. It takes a couple
    seconds to set one up, but then it's available with a click.

    1. Set the view that you want to see later - whatever magnification and area
    of the doent.

    2. Go to View>Custom>New.

    3. Name the view in the dialog box.

    4. Create other views for the same doent.

    5. When you want to see a particular view/area, choose the view from the
    View menu in the menubar, or select it from the pop-up menu at the bottom of
    the doent.

    You can't believe how much time it can save you in a complex drawing.

    Ron
    >
    Ron Rockwell Guest

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