Are we to surmise from this that you have a small thing about too-thick or
too-thin lines? Isn't it politically incorrect to descriminate against
lines that are too-thick or too thin? Will Autosketch ever sort it? Who
Answers on the back of a postcard to the usual address. First correct
answer pulled out of the hat on 21 Dec 2001 will win a ride on the all new
Funny that they should create clouds now that everyone else has either
managed to create cloud symbols or have clouds of doom hanging over them
from all the issues that they have/had with AS7/6/5. Maybe the clouds will
function as well as the 3d effects in AS7, which are finniky at the best of
times, although when they work they work well!
No intent to offend anyone, I'm just in a some sort of weird humour mood
"CL" wrote in message
> Wow ! Excellent !
> Now I can: "NEW! Publish to Web" either too thick OR to Thin Lines !
> Should look excellent with all the different ways browsers display
> Now I can use the: "NEW! E-mail Wizard" and send either too thick or to
> thin lines via E-Mail !
> My customers should be able to figure it out by looking at BOTH
> Now I can use the: "NEW! Updated File Navigation" to Find my too thick
> or to thin line drawings !
> I always wondered where they went to............
> Now I can use the: "NEW! In-place text editing" to edit my too thick or
> too thin lined text on screen !
> Well, even though not many complained about not having "on-Screen"
> wysiwyg, this is GOOD !
> Now I can apply: "NEW! Outline boxes on text entities" and put a too
> thin or too thick line around text !
> Whoopeee ! Now I can use the: "NEW! Enhanced NEW! Cloud Drawing feature"
> to draw either too thin OR too thick clouds !!
> Sorry, I could NOT help Myself !!
> Chris L