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    Default Mtext boundary be an irregular shape

    Summary: The ability to have mtext follow an irregular shape

    Description: I would like to have Mtext objects follow an irregular shape along either side.

    How Used: This would allow mtext to not have to be in block form but fill along the available space. If the design reduces the usable space to more of a triangular shape or any shape other than vertical lines, you could maybe trim/clip the mtext object similar to the vpclip, xclip, imageclip commands.

    Feature Affinity: MText

    Submitted By: Richard Lawrence on October 4, 2005

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    Default Re: Mtext boundary be an irregular shape

    I can see many uses for this...great wish!

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    Default Re: Mtext boundary be an irregular shape

    Another usefull thing along the same lines would be to introduce backround mask to arc aligned text
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