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Quark 7 increasing & decreasing point size by 1 point

Quark 7 increasing & decreasing point size by 1 point

Quark 7 increasing & decreasing point size by 1 point

(OP)
In Qk 5, I could increase, or decrease, the point size 1 point at a time hitting F13 for increase or F14 for decrease. That doesn't work in 7.

The problem is that I can't remember if I did this in 5 using macros with Quickeys, or if it was a built-in Qk short cut. In any event, it was REALLY A GREAT THING to be able to jump these sizes up or down 1 point with just a punch on the keyboard.

I could just hold down F13 and the type would just keep increasing 1 point at a time until I let up. Same with F14 going back down.

I have Quickeys for X but can't see any way in Qk 7 to move the size up or down 1 point (without actually entering it of course.) Please advise if there is such a way then maybe I can fix quickeys to do it.

Wouldn't that be a great, handy, time-saving thing for Qk 8?!!

RE: Quark 7 increasing & decreasing point size by 1 point


...in my experience the shortcut has always been:

apple/control + alt/option + shift + <, or >. keys...

Andrew

RE: Quark 7 increasing & decreasing point size by 1 point


...without the alt key it would do 2 point increase or decrease...

Andrew

RE: Quark 7 increasing & decreasing point size by 1 point

(OP)
Thank you! Thank you!

Shift, Option, Com, >

That did it!!!!!

I'm so old that I forget things. Maybe that's what I did in Qk 5 but forgot.
Little help tips like that really mean a lot.

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