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interesting tip

interesting tip

interesting tip

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hey i found out something, i dont know if you guys know about it...
on illustrator 10 there is this thing that shows what current tool you are using (next to the view precentage) if you click on it you'll get date and time, free memory, noumber of undo's etc.
but if you carefully Alt+Click on it you'll get some more options such as: Ted's home number (can somebody tell me who this ted is?), Eyes, moon phase, Muose clicks (to prevent RSI, i guess :)), illustrator units sold, random number, and even shoping days untill christmass.
guess those people at adobe have a sense of humor after all.

anyone elso know some more ghost features such as this?

sharif

RE: interesting tip

I don't know who ted is either. Pretty funny though.


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RE: interesting tip

Also works in older version of Illustrator. Version 8 gives Jon's home number (don't know who this is) and US national debt.

RE: interesting tip

Ted Alspach, one of the designers.  Give him a call, I'm sure he'd be gald to hear from you.

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