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Chris Wills posted on Sun, Apr 29 2012 18:59

This used to drive me crazy, we do hundreds of site numbers for Holiday Parks. After I had laid them out they had to be converted to curves then centered correctly.

It's fixed in X6 live text now centres correctly ...Thank you.!!

Does any body have any other warm fuzzy stories about X6 they would like to share???

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Hi Chris

I wouldn't call this a little fix, this is huge!

Do another test on the same text. Set a size, then weld. Does it retain it's exact size? If so this is EXCELLENT!

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RunFlaCruiser:
Does it retain it's exact size?

Yes it does!

I am loving X6 apart from the obvious small fixes that we expect in SP1

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Hello Chris; Yea that is a big help, I always had to convert text to curves to get it aline right.

George

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TheSign Guy:

Hello Chris; Yea that is a big help, I always had to convert text to curves to get it aline right.

George

And not having to convert to curves to size it correctly is plus!

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