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    Default Graphics tablet - pen movement

    Hi All,
    Stumbled across something easier the other day.

    First....
    have tried Stroke-it and didn't like it. Went back to my old trusty keyboards shortcuts. Have had a little trouble keeping the pen snapping at ortho angles when moving and copying but with some use (a year) and improved dexterity I usually move something at 90 degree angles without my wavering the pen offline...never quite have manged to get it 100%.

    Anyway, if I use shift and move the pen and then lift it away from the tablet I have the move (or copy) dimension just sitting there waiting for entry. Don't know why it has taken me so long to amalgamate the concept of shift and lifting the pen to make life easier.

    Ah well, such is life.

    Thanks,
    Rob

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    hmm that might be something specific to the tablet. I use Ctrl + drag object to copy objects all the time.
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