Notes Alignment

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Tue Oct 01, 2013 8:38 pm Post

I believe the two Notes Center Alignment commands (Horizontal and Vertical) are reversed. That is all. Love the product.

I say this because I assume aligning the "Horizontal Center" would mean aligning each item with a center line running horizontally and, therefore, the items would be placed on a centered line running horizontally, i.e. left to right. I'm wondering if you don't mean you are aligning the horizontal planes, but on a vertical axis; the reverse being true for vertical alignment. Can you tell I'm confused?

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Wed Oct 02, 2013 12:46 pm Post


Glad you like the product. These items are labelled correctly, though. The commands are Align > Horizontal Centers, which aligns their centres along the horizontal plane, and Align > Vertical Centers, which aligns the centres along the vertical plane. The horizontal centre of something is the midpoint in the horizontal line through it.

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