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  1. THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!!!!!! That worked great, and quick!
  2. Hey party people, I am just trying to figure out how to make a rectangle that I can hollow out, like the cog but rectangular, that I can use for a frame/border on a sign that I am designing. I did it already, using a way-too-complicated method that doesn't export well, and just want to do it simple and clean. I am using AD, but also have AP (although I haven't used it much). I've included the original for reference. Just trying to figure out how to make that border in a simple way. If anyone has any advice here, it would be most appreciated. Thanks!!!!!!
  3. Hey everybody! Have there been any updates in this arena, cause I would certainly love to be able to open my documents up and not have to say "F#@k, I forgot to check the Save History File with Document tab again!!" and have lost all of the previous steps that I am expecting to just be there. I do a lot with those older steps, and when they aren't there it really bleeping sucks. No hard feelings, I just want to say that I am still hoping for this to be an available option. Thanks!
  4. Thanks a bunch for the pictorial, Toltec. It, and the fact that you said it would only take a few minutes, demystified the process for me. I'm new to this stuff, and really appreciate the thorough effort to help!
  5. Thanks for the advice MEB, but it seems that method will only create a chord from ONE color at a time. (I could be missing something, though.) What I am trying to do is create a chord from a palette of 3 or 4 colors at the same time, or at the very least create other colors that compliment the palette that I am already using. Is there a way to do that?
  6. Hey everyone, I am trying to figure out if there is a way to create a chord from multiple colors. I've got 3 colors that I really like and would like to find what colors are complimentary to them, to use in the same document. If anyone knows how to do this, even if it's some work-around fix, I'm all ears! Thanks! ps. the hex codes for those colors are #46D2FF, #A071FF, & #666666

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