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Thread: If In doubt...

  1. #1
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    If In doubt...

    While going through today's challenges I came across a mention of a manual for ArtRage2. It was sent out with the CD version.
    I began to look for a download version of it. Found it in the help tab of my program.
    While reading it, I found that I could rotate my canvas, how to use rulers to draw straight lines at different angles and loads of other neat stuff that I didn't know about.
    Wow! The things we learn when we read the instructions.
    And I'm supposed to be too old to learn new tricks. LOL

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    Lol Ken, nothing like a good manual hehehe, pity there wasn't one for kids lol
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    Hi Ken,

    That was a Homer moment, I get them more and more.

    "Computers can do that??"

    With AR3 hurtling towards us it might be worth waiting for the new manual.

    Phil
    Luck is infatuated with the efficient.

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    As the quote in my signature states, "Nothing is easy to the unwilling". Sure ArtRage is easy enough to just sit down and start using it, but those willing to take a moment to learn its true complexities will have an easier time of pushing the program to its limits and creating to their fullest potential.
    Nothing is easy to the unwilling.

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    Hey, Ray that was a good doubt indeed. I found that pressing the F1 button when working in ArtRage, opens a complete manual. Try it.

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