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[Multi] Making Notes


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Just make a new top level Layer and call it Notes. Grab the Rectangle shape tool and make a yellow square post-it note. Grab the Text Frame tool and make a text rectangle inside the post-it note, and write your text. Select both objects and group them. Duplicate and mark-up your document as needed.

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I'd like a small notepad within Photo to write notes on to remind myself of various things when I come back to a project, or for when passing a project on to somebody else.

 

Logic X has this and its incredibly useful.

 

(of course there is a work around to write text on a hidden layer)

A great feature to have in designer as well... 

Reality is perception. Perception is reality. You are in charge of both.

 

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...Better if there were a notes panel in Studio.

This... :)

Reality is perception. Perception is reality. You are in charge of both.

 

iMac  |  21.5  |  Mid 2011                 MacBook Air  |  13 inch  |  Early 2015

2.5 GHz  |  i5 quad                          1.6 GHz  |  Core i5

20 GB Ram  |  10.12.6                     8 GB Ram  |  10.13.6

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