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移動ダイアログに関して CS6

Nov 18, 2012 12:06 AM

Tags: #illustrator_cs6 #移動ダイアログ

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見つからなかったため新規で立てさせていただきます。

         

illustrator CS6(Mac版)にて、移動ダイアログの垂直方向にマイナスの数値を入力した際に上に移動してしまうのですが、設定等で変更できないのでしょうか ?

 

 

つまり、

 

プラスの数値を入力→上に移動

マイナスの数値を入力→下に移動

 

というようにしたいです。

 

iMac Mid 2007 を使用しておりOSは10.8.2です。

 

その他、不足の情報等ございましたらお知らせください。

よろしくお願いいたします。

 
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    Nov 18, 2012 1:57 AM   in reply to Teppex0412

    You will have to post your questions in English so actually someone can understand...

     

    Mylenium

     
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    Nov 18, 2012 5:21 AM   in reply to Teppex0412

    Hi Teppex0412, welcome to the Adobe Forums! You will get better responses by providing your inquiries in English if your able to do so. There is also a Japanese Illustrator Forum if that may be of assistance, however I am not sure how active it is. I hope you dont mind but I used Google Translation on your post and will try to respond that way.

     

    Teppex0412 wrote:  (Japanese to English Translation, via Google Translation, (thus perhaps a loose translation))

     

    CS6 move with respect to dialog

     

    I have tried to search for past log

    Let me make a new and because it is not found.

     

    I would go on when in illustrator CS6 (version Mac), you enter a negative number in the vertical direction of the move dialog, I think it can not be modified in such settings?

     

    That is,

     

    Move on → Enter a positive number

    Move down → Enter a negative number

     

    Want to be named.

     

    OS is 10.8.2 If you are using the iMac Mid 2007.

     

    Please inform others, If you have any lack of information.

    Thank you.

     

     

    If I understand correctly (given the loose translation via Google) then perhaps this thread will be of assistance to you.

     

    Illustrator Move tool works backwards

    http://forums.adobe.com/message/3237137

     

    Again welcome to the Forum Teppex0412, I hope that thread is of some help to you.

     
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    Nov 18, 2012 6:09 AM   in reply to Teppex0412

    Teppex,

     

    In addition to what WJT said, there are a few ways to get the pre CS5 behaviour back. One is explained in the thread linked to. There is another way that I cannot locate right now.

     

    To see more about this, you may search for terms like ruler origin and unreverse.

     
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    Nov 18, 2012 7:19 AM   in reply to Jacob Bugge

    Jacob Bugge wrote:

     

    Teppex, In addition to what WJT said, there are a few ways to get the pre CS5 behaviour back. One is explained in the thread linked to. There is another way that I cannot locate right now. To see more about this, you may search for terms like ruler origin and unreverse.

     

    These two threads may be along the lines of what Jacob Bugge was describing and may be helpful in addition to the other link I posted above.

     

    Moving objects up and down

    http://forums.adobe.com/message/3857528

     

     

    JS - change CS5 Ruler Origin to bottom/left (like CS4) by CarlosCanto

    http://forums.adobe.com/message/3859266

     

    Hope something is helpful for your needs Teppex0412, again welcome to the forums. ;-)

     
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    Nov 18, 2012 7:41 AM   in reply to W_J_T

    Excellent, WJT. The last link was the one I was unable to locate. Now I have Bookmarked it. Thank you very much.

     
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