Quoting from message <51b0a1a34e.jr@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> posted on 11 Jan 2007 by rickman@xxxxxxxxxxxxx I would like to add: > In message <18a499a34e.E@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> > Elaine Jones <elaine@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > >> Quoting from message <4ea379e348Artworks@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> >> posted on 11 Jan 2007 by Richard Underwood >> I would like to add: >> >> >>> Many other drawing programmes have built in libraries to store such >>> frequently used 'clips', sadly Artworks does not have such a library >>> system (I forgot to mention that on my wish list!). >> >> Yes, a library system would be much appreciated. > > We already have excellent library system facilities using existing > RISC OS components. > > I use !Thump to keep track of my clipart and photo collections. If you > havent tried it I recommend setting the two quick directories to point > to your top level photos and clip directories. Thump also tracks the > last 50 images it has seen so is good for recalling frequently used > items. > > But it would be nice if we could drag and drop artworks files into an > open ArtWorks window instead of AW opening a new window. An Artworks specific Library - i.e. a selection could be saved to library by keypress (as in !Vector). -- ElaineJ. Briallen Gifts/Cards catalogue at http://www.briallen.co.uk .Virtual. Corn Dollies, Cards, Coasters, Mousemats, Kids' Tshirts StrongArm Jones' Pages at http://www.users.zetnet.co.uk/ejones .RISC PC. Corwen, North Wales; Steam Traction;CMMGB&Yukon Volunteers.