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Need Help with Corel Scripts

Need Help with Corel Scripts

Need Help with Corel Scripts

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I am trying to automate some special "text" effects similar to Corel's "presets". When I replay the script it works great if I use the same size text that I used while recording. However, if I use a different starting size for my text, the script does not scale the attributes such as Outline thicknesses or dropshadow displacements. I know it is something that I must be missing, because Corel's "presets" do scale the attributes based on the size of the text object used. I made sure that "Scale with image" was on it the outline properties dialog, but that did not seem to work. Any help would be much appreciated . Mitsu

RE: Need Help with Corel Scripts

Anyone have any ideas about this one?

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