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  1. #41

    Default Re: splitting a circle in segments and fill the parts?

    Will love to see your project coming up, Will! Have a good time when developing your concept.

    Cheers, Anders
    Last edited by Anders 205; 09 February 2007 at 07:32 AM.

  2. #42

    Default Re: splitting a circle in segments and fill the parts?

    Quote Originally Posted by Anders 205 View Post
    Will gladly do that, Ren2980. There's artistically nothing very spectacular about the samples, really. Just meant to be an imagination teaser.

    Anything goes!
    Cheers, Anders
    Thanks Anders, The tutorial and diagrams are concise and explicit.

    It is a big help to know more about Xtreme.

  3. #43

    Default Re: splitting a circle in segments and fill the parts?

    Thank you, Ren! So, just go ahead and enjoy creating with a smile. Click-click-click, drag and drop!

    Cheers, Anders

  4. #44

    Default Re: splitting a circle in segments and fill the parts?

    From going through the recently distributed, and well made, Xtreme Pro printed manuals for adequate terminology praxises, please find revised and updated ##1-2-3-4 demos of my circle sector/segment split ups in this thread.

    Some of the terms I have had reason to adjust to updated Xara terminology:
    – Transformation Center Grid (digital Xtreme Pro Help menu) to Transformation center 3x3 matrix (printed Product Manual),
    – Rotation Center to Transformation center,
    – Toolbar vs. InfoBar,
    etc.,
    ... and the never misinterpreted colour, coloured (US) to color, colored (Brit, Can).

    No big deal really, but sticking to a generic Xara terminology for Xara products just might prevent potential disarrays in conferences. Occasionally, and when relevant, pointing to certain sections in the printed Xtreme Pro manuals, for Xtreme Pro reg.d users, may induce familiarity with Xara terminology and further user research.

    Cheers, Anders
    Last edited by Anders 205; 12 February 2007 at 12:29 PM.

  5. #45

    Default Re: splitting a circle in segments and fill the parts?

    came back here, accidentally, and was very astonished. WOW! somany ways to reach the aim. great. there are so many things to learn.

    kind regards

    Holger

 

 

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