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March 7, 2010

Gypsy Tips: Trying to grab hold of small images by changing cursor size

It is still difficult to grab hold of small images as I had shown in score marks and also lately Mya showed in Tuesday Treats project. We have to tap out of the whole area into free zone of mat and tap back in. But it gets easier also if we change the cursor size (as I have already shown in the video) too - to a smaller size which makes it easier to grab. So if we have problem selecting one small shape among which might be overlapping with another - then just change the cursor height (when you tap free area of mat & you see that the width is 0 and you have only height - then that is height of the cursor)  and then try grabbing the image
BTW I was so happy for Mya when she discovered hiding the circle by welding another shape. This was a question asked earlier on when a MB member wanted to hide the eyes and nose of a monster to make a monster card as that did not have blackout feature . Since visual is always easier - I have an early video on this - it is one of my early welding videos. It is always so exciting isn't it when we stumble on to something. Never loose that excitement and be willing to experiment. Even when I has already found what Mya was talking about , her excitement was sure catching and I felt like jumping with her for her discovery.


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Thank you for taking the time to help newbies like myself navigate these treacherous waters that are GYPSY! :D

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