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Old 22-03-2004, 11:35 PM   #1
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Question Increase Size of the edit points

Hello

Not sure of were to post this one.

Does anyone know how to increase the visual size of the component selection tool.

All of the component options need to grow bigger, but lets say right now I am interested in increasing the editpoint selections for a let say a nubs.

Right now the dam things are so tiny that I have to super zoom just to see them and then zoom out to select another edit point.

Its a pain. They are about 1/2 the size of the line and that same nice blue color -- and once selected they turn into a translucante yellow.

Not much help either.

How do you change these settings?

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Window ---> settings/prefrences ---> preferences.

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Default Tried look in the preferences

Hi

I tried looking in the preferences and did not find what I am looking to do.

Perhaps this pic can be of some help to my solution.

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