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| Posted 7/3/2016 6:47 PM (GMT -5) |
|I was able to use the Select Tool to highlight a measure (#77) containing this shape, right click and copy (or CTRL-C), then open a blank default document and select any measure and right click and paste it (or CTRL-V) in any measure. This assumes the Edit Filter includes only expressions (stacks not an issue here). BTW, pasting does not duplicate the expression in the Expression Selection dialog. They are all instantiations of the same expression, i.e., change one and you change them all, after a screen redraw (CTRL-D). If, however, you change the shape in the new document, then re-paste the original unchanged copy buffer, you will get a new copy of the original shape in the Expression Selection dialog. Remember, the first expression's shape was modified in this experiment.
I liked Forza! too, but alas it is gone. I don't think it's supported by JW anymore.
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Post Edited (Charles Lawrence) : 7/4/2016 7:19:39 AM (GMT-5)
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