"How to" stacks on revOnLine

Andre Garzia soapdog at mac.com
Thu Feb 10 13:02:45 EST 2005


Eric,

Thanks for the stacks!!! I am using guides picker and it's an 
invaluable tool, specially for me for somtimes I think I am "line 
blind" and think that my controls are indeed aligned (... till some 
friend shouts: "as aligned as a picasso picture andre").

Cheers
andre

On Feb 10, 2005, at 2:07 PM, ƒric Chatonet wrote:

> Hi everyone,
>
> I put on revOnLine 3 stacks that begin a collection of "How to" stacks:
>
> #001 How to magnify images and only images
> Shows how to install a variation of the magnifying glass provided with 
> my Guides Picker plugin in order to magnify all images in a stack but 
> images only...
>
> #002 How to change card dimensions
> Shows how to change smoothly the dimensions of any card as in the rev 
> property palette.
> You can choose the new width, the new height anf the transition delay.
>
> #003 How to install brushed metal appearance on any platform
> Creates a new stack with metal appearance, resizing and drag anywhere 
> on MacOS, Windows or Linux.
> Then it's your turn :-)
>
> User name: So Smart Software
> Category: Programming
>
> Hope you will enjoy!
> More to come...
>
> With best regards,
>
> Eric Chatonet.
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