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    How to "show stencil", after "hiding stencil&

    Hi there

    When I'm using, for instance a "ruler", and right-click on it and then select "hide stencil",there doesn't seem to be a way to "show stencil" again?
    Snapshot included!
    That is without having to opened the Stencil panel first, and then selecting "show stencils" from the drop down list.

    I also looked in the shortcuts, and it gave a "Show/Hide Stencils and Rulers" by pressing "F", but that shows/hides the stencil toolbar/panel , it doesn't show/hide the actual ruler/stencils.

    Is there a shortcut key that shows/hides the actual rulers/stencils?
    If not can there be one included in the future?
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    Hi there,
    Open the stencils menu and click on the small arrrow at the top left then click 'Show all stencils' from the drop down list.
    ...hope tis helps
    All the Very Best
    Nedsez

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    Hi nedsez

    Thankyou for your reply , but as I already mentioned ...

    That is without having to opened the Stencil panel first, and then selecting "show stencils" from the drop down list.
    ... as it seems so easy to right-click and select "hide stencil" , but not so easy to make it re-appear again.

    it would be nice to have another shortcut command to let it "show stencil" again.
    Cosmicfxx

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    There are two additional ways to show all the stencils:
    From the ArtRage tools menu at the top of the screen, choose 'Stencil options', then 'Show All stencils'

    Also you can use the <F6> function key to toggle the visibility of all the stencils.
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    Also you can use the <F6> function key to toggle the visibility of all the stencils.
    Perfect, thanks Andy Exactly what I was looking for.
    Cosmicfxx

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