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Replicating a Scaled Fill

Anonymous
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I would like to be able to replicate scaled fill from one part of a drawing on to another.

If I use the dropper, to pick up the attributes, then use the magic wand to fill the boundary, my new fill knows that it's a scaled fill, but it then asks me for the scale and orientation.

Wouldn't it be a simple matter to transfer scale and orientation as well as fill type?
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alemanda
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I voted essential but ...
there's a way to replicate a scaled fill quickly.
Copy the fill and the adjust it with the magic wand.
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Anonymous
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Could you be a bit more specific about how you adjust the fill with the magic wand?

Do you mean: drag a copy of the original fill to the new location and then somehow use the magic wand to make it fit the new boundary?

alemanda
Participant
Keith wrote:
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Do you mean: drag a copy of the original fill to the new location and then somehow use the magic wand to make it fit the new boundary?
Exactly.
AC 19 and AC21 latest hotfix
Win 10 Pro 64bit
Double XEON 14 CORES (tot 28 physical cores)
32GB RAM - SSD 256GB - Nvidia Quadro K620
Display DELL 25'' 2560x1440
www.almadw.it

Anonymous
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..but, how, exactly?

(I'm trying this, but must be missing something)

Keith:

Select the Add to Polygon option in the Pet Palette (or Subtract from Polygon), then use the Magic wand.

David
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Anonymous
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Ah ... That's the missing link!

Thanks, David.

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