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Graphic indication of object selection...



I know that grips appear when an object is selected, but these are not helpful if the object is displayed larger than the screen. Other programs I have used indicate selection by changing the color of the object or the lines become dashed.

This way, the user is aware whether or not he/she is actually going to edit something. It also prevents the user from editing objects without knowing it.

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Hear, hear! I'll fifth this request!

I concede that in my MacPlus with EZ-Draft it was painfully slow for the selected object to be dashed, but most people's computers are a tad faster nowadays.

Mind you, Mr. NNA: we want to define the look of the selection ourselves. Handles only, colour change (with the colour of our choice), marching ants etc.

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