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How to DECREASE amonut of movement with arrow key
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How to DECREASE amonut of movement with arrow key

How to DECREASE amonut of movement with arrow key

(OP)
Hi, using ID4, on windows 7.

my question is  how to decrese the amounto of movment with the arrow key. Say I have text box and want to move it right or left and with arrow keys seems like I get '1 pixel' for each press....but what I wanted to get less than that?  

Thank you
Nikky

RE: How to DECREASE amonut of movement with arrow key

(OP)
thanks. I looked but can't seem to pinpoint it. Nikky

RE: How to DECREASE amonut of movement with arrow key

it is i the units and increments section on the left hand side of the panel.

There you will see the cursor key options

RE: How to DECREASE amonut of movement with arrow key

(OP)
Yes. I see it. and works well. I just didn't associate the 'cursor' key with 'arrow' keys.

last thing: is there a way to do this adjustment with a keyboard short cut without going into preferences? Say I just want to ajust one or 2 things without changing it globally inside preferences.

thanks for your help.Nikky.

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