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Old 05-24-2007, 10:03 AM   #18
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I am being optimistic. Now that so many people will be in the Illustrator camp who otherwise wouldn't be, I'm looking for them to pressure Adobe into adding FreeHand features I've wished AI had for some time. Maybe . . . At least we finally got a boost in grabbing anchors and handles -- always so easy in FreeHand and so difficult in AI, and that so basic it defied logic to be so difficult.
Maybe so. On the other hand, the oddest tasks can prove to be difficult to program. Or so they tell me.

I still remember meeting with the engineering team for InDesign with a list of “little things” we absolutely had to have, only to be told by the engineers about this or that tiny feature that “that’s too hard.” As a user, I have no idea what is difficult or easy, of course. I just know what I want!

And, to be fair, most of that is in ID.

   
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