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Amsix1020

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Text+ CharacterLevelStyling selection few letters

PostSun Dec 01, 2019 5:16 pm

Text+ CharacterLevelStyling
Can anyone give a clue. Can I select individual letters with Ctrl, only not in a row, but for example, the first and last letter? I've tried Shift and would like to exclude a few letters for example using ALT, is it possible somehow?
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Re: Text+ CharacterLevelStyling selection few letters

PostSun Dec 01, 2019 8:15 pm

Amsix1020 wrote:Text+ CharacterLevelStyling
Can anyone give a clue. Can I select individual letters with Ctrl, only not in a row, but for example, the first and last letter? I've tried Shift and would like to exclude a few letters for example using ALT, is it possible somehow?


You can select all of the characters, modify them, then select the ones you don't want to be included and choose "Clear Character Styling On Selection".
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Re: Text+ CharacterLevelStyling selection few letters

PostSun Dec 01, 2019 8:21 pm

You can select all of the characters, modify them, then select the ones you don't want to be included and choose "Clear Character Styling On Selection".

Wow, thanks. Smart decision, I didn't guess. Hopefully developers will add ALT modifier to exclude selection
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Re: Text+ CharacterLevelStyling selection few letters

PostMon Dec 02, 2019 5:17 am

Amsix1020 wrote:
You can select all of the characters, modify them, then select the ones you don't want to be included and choose "Clear Character Styling On Selection".

Wow, thanks. Smart decision, I didn't guess. Hopefully developers will add ALT modifier to exclude selection


You're welcome. I agree a modifier key for selection would be helpful.
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