[ANN] Move controls in tRev Object Browser with the new ZOOM!

Mark Swindell mdswindell at cruzio.com
Fri Feb 12 14:11:32 CST 2010


I have to second David's comments.  TRev is coming together nicely, a piece at a time. The new fixed Browser tab is a welcome improvement over the previous "Tab" implementation.  It's hard for me to use the built-in Rev editor at this point, and I'm relying less and less on the Application Browser.

Mark

On Feb 12, 2010, at 10:09 AM, David Coker wrote:,

> On Fri, Feb 12, 2010 at 9:54 AM, Jerry Daniels <jerry.daniels at me.com> wrote:
>> Fellow Rev developers,
>> 
>> We just posted this video showing the new control manipulation in tRev's
>> snapshot mode:
>> 
>>    http://reveditor.com/need-to-move-controls-in-card-snaps-zoom
>> 
>> Here are the details:
>> 
>> NEW
>> 
>> Controls in Zoom:
>> - zoomed cards now show a fully functional list of controls
>> - control line items in list are draggable and names are editable
>> - zoomed cards also have the scratch pad
>> 
>> Move controls in Zoom:
>> - controls in snaps can be dragged
>> - controls in snaps can be moved with arrows
>> - - plain arrow = 1 pixel
>> - - shift arrow = on 10 pixel grid
>> - - option arrow = align to next controls side
> 
> Hey Jerry, I can't say that I ever found any difficulties with
> previous versions, but I just finished trying out the new "zoom and
> move control" features and they are awesome!
> 
> It seems that I am always "tweaking" on control positioning, so I have
> a tendency to spend more time in the Rev editor than in tRev... I
> believe that will now change with these new additions.
> 
> Can't speak for anyone else, but I appreciate all the work you are
> doing on tRev.
> ...it's just good stuff!
> 
> Best regards,
> David C.
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