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Re: software..somewhat OT
yes, protools now allows for about three or four levels of undo. you can
redo sometimes...i can't quite figure out what the parameters are.... i
think that if there is only one undo-able event when you hit apple/Z (for a
second time) it will undo the undo...
on 8/27/01 11:16 AM, Mike Feeney at email@example.com wrote:
> Photoshop actually has a pref setting so that you can choose the max
> number of previous steps on the history pallette ...
> Thank God (or whatever higher power you like) for the History pallette.
> (graphic designer by day, looper by night.)
> on 8/27/01 11.53 AM, Mark at firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>> I'm a pretty hard core Mac user, and I have plenty of programs that
>> multipal undos. I think it has more to do with RAM than how the
>> written than it does with the OS. Since Photoshop 5, there's been a
>> function that let's you go back as far as your memory allows. (it's a
>> must say) it even has a brush that lets you choose a previous memory
>> "paint" with it. Anyway, I'm not sure if Metro gives you multipal
>> I'll check when I get my new G4.