As far as I can see, you can only move an "entire selected object" with the Nudge functions... is it possible to move just one single "selected" node using the nudge functions?
I seem to be able to Nudge selected nodes of a Curve in X5.
Oops... my bad... I was actually trying to slide a letter of text over by selection its node on the bottom left. You are right, the nudge function works fine on regular object nodes. Now, if I can just get micro-adjustments for kerning to work... :o)
I seem to be able to Nudge selected characters in Artistic Text in X5, too.
That's independently moving just the selected characters, though - not really kerning. So, it might be OK to bludgeon a single piece of Artistic Text into shape, but it's not very elegant.
I have seen the wish for "finer" kerning expressed a number of times on these forums.
Are you already aware of Ctrl+Shift+, and Ctrl+Shift+. (hold down Ctrl and Shift, then press the comma or period key) for adjusting kerning?
The biggest complaint I have seen about that is that the steps are too large.
I still can't seem to nudge individual characters using the arrow keys... strange...?
If the characters are ver large you will have to increase the size of the nudge E.G. take it from .25mm to 1mm or 1mm to 10mm
Yes, it seems to be ignoring the nudge when it's set to finer increments... Thanks!