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Thu, Jun 4, 2009 at 10:16:26 AM | copy-paste - save time

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in case this was not yet mentioned...

tiem saving when creating outline of duplicate floors:

once great way of splitting floorws to two areas without having to outline the second half again (after making the one area frisrtt) would be to edit the outline- copy to clipboard and then when you edit second outline- simpley paste in same place to save time


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