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    Question Workaround for Resizing Multiple Lines of Text, Numerically and Simultaneously?

    In SpeedEDIT 1.5.5 an associate is attempting to simultaneously alter font size numerically, for several text boxes (all of which are the same size).

    I'm aware of the Group/Ungroup gadgets within the Title Compose tab. But, there seems to be no way to numerically alter the text size of multiple lines of text simultaneously.

    Anyone got a Tip, Trick, or workaround for this?
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    text

    that is why I use photoshop.
    it even has a spell-checker.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete Draves View Post
    that is why I use photoshop.
    it even has a spell-checker.
    Pete
    Yeah, Pete! And the Toaster4000 CG would've done the trick, too!

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    vt 4000

    Yes I had one of those and photoshop did aif images too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete Draves View Post
    Yes I had one of those and photoshop did aif images too.
    Pete
    And ToasterCG also featured a spell-check function, after version 3.1, if I'm not mistaken.

    Tee-hee! I suspected you were a veteran Amiga-Toaster user.

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    2000

    orig had a 2000 the orig.
    and before that I had some kind of really expensive Matrox card.
    I even remember my first editing job with a 2 inch quad machine.
    boy those were the days.
    Here is a pix of one of those beasts (1,900 lbs) I was trying to resurect this one but, alas, too many parts were missing.
    sorry for the hi-jack
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete Draves View Post
    orig had a 2000 the orig.
    and before that I had some kind of really expensive Matrox card.
    I even remember my first editing job with a 2 inch quad machine.
    boy those were the days.
    Here is a pix of one of those beasts (1,900 lbs) I was trying to resurect this one but, alas, too many parts were missing.
    sorry for the hi-jack
    Wow. Now, *that's* a beast!

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    Originally Posted by Pete Draves View Post
    I even remember my first editing job with a 2 inch quad machine.

    Ahhh.... color framing .... and sync rolls ......

    sure don't miss that. If the kids only knew.

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    don't forget skew
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    and the horrible sound the scanner made when it sliced through the tape . . .and hopfully not the tape ops finger in the process

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    age

    show your age...
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    My memory is fading fast, but I seem to remember using a razor blade, some sort of liquid and a microscope to edit on one of those machines back in the early sixties. Very old.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete Draves View Post
    don't forget skew
    Pete
    ...and dare any of us (even younger folk) forget "tracking"??

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    Every morning in the recording studio, I had to clean and align the tape heads. Had to change hats to engineer when digital came along.
    At least making coffee hasn't become an obsolete profession.

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    age

    I wonce said to a woman associate, I hate computers, and she instantly replied, sure beats a moviola.

    Yes we are all getting old. Me am 66!

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