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  1. Thanks Leigh, I appreciate your response
  2. Hi all, I was wondering whether there is a way, or if anybody already started a topic about how to make incremental steps in, say, text adjustments like baseline, tracking or kerning. In illustrator it would be cmd+click+up and down arrows of said palette. Also, In quarkxpress the alt-key serves as the view tool (H) when text is marked with the text tool. Is there an option for this in AD? Replies greatly appreciated. Cheers George
  3. HI, I was wondering whether there is a way, or if anybody already started a topic about how to make incremental steps in, say, text adjustments like baseline, tracking or kerning. In illustrator it would be cmd+click+up and down arrows of said palette. Also, In quarkxpress the alt-key serves as the view tool (H) when text is marked with the text tool. Is there an option for this in AD? Replies greatly appreciated. Cheers George
  4. MEB, the empty part of the canvas is not always an option or too inconvenient… I wasn't aware of the ESC-key, though. That might work out. Thank you, much appreciated.
  5. MEB, thanx for the quick response, I was afraid that this was the case… perhaps one can hold out hope for a deselect function for vectors in the future, as well? This would be a rather helpful little functionality. Other than that, thank you very much for Aff. Designer, the latest update (spot colors, text palette) has helped me spend less time in Illustrator. Looking forward to the day I leave Adobe behind. Kind regards George
  6. Hello everyone, I was wondering whether there was any other way (command) to deselect a selection in Aff.-Designer. I find it confusing that I can select all (cmd-A) but deselct (cmd-D) does nothing. The command in menue/ select/ deselect is fogged out, also. Is this a bug, a problem with my machine, or is the deselect command meant for pixels only? Has anybody else encountered this problem? I would be grateful for an answer/ idea/ hint from anybody. Cheers George