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Well, well well, guess who’s driving to Wembley on May 25 (2013)? Ford has been running an ad campaign, urging Europeans to “Drive to Wembley” for the climactic end to the 2013 Champions League soccer/football tournament. This year will be an all-German show, with playing against for all the marbles in London. Since I currently live in Munich, this will be a Big Deal around here. I’m sure the commercials will be spoofed: “Fahren nach Wembley!” Heck, maybe Ford even launched a last-minute German version to take advantage of the same-nation final. Anyway, I thought I’d commemorate this fourth-ever, same-nation Champions League final with some Visio SmartShapes.
It seemed as good an excuse as any to fire up the recently released Visio 2013 and put it through its paces for creating team logo shapes from scratch. Unlike some of my, creating the artwork was easy this time. Wikipedia has SVG files for. SVG is a vector format, and Visio knows how to import them and getting the Bayern vectors was a snap.
Nov 27, 2011 You can help protect yourself from scammers by verifying that the contact is a Microsoft Agent or Microsoft Employee and that the phone number is an official Microsoft global customer service number. Site Feedback. Tell us about your experience with our site. MadsA Created on November 27, 2011. How do I join or combine shapes in Visio 2010. It includes all of the functionality of Visio Standard 2019 as well as updated shapes, templates, and styles; enhanced support for team collaboration, including the ability for several people to work on a single diagram at the same time; and the ability to link diagrams to data instantly.
Dortmund, however, needed a little bit of work. Visio didn’t seem to quite understand the file and brought it in as a bitmap with a huge alignment box full of empty space. So I opened Borussia_Dortmund_logo.svg in, ungrouped the artwork, and then re-saved it. Visio was able to handle the modified file and make useful, editable shapes for the BVB 09 logo. If I didn’t do much drawing, I did do a lot of resizing. I’m used to using Visio’s grid to do this, because it has always given good feedback. Making things nice, even sizes has always been fast, easy, anda snap.
In Visio 2013, I’m sorry to say, snapping to the grid is terrible when resizing shapes. The alignment box around the shape is bigger than the shape, so the outline you see is not what you are actually snapping. Instead, the mouse location is snapping. If you look at the next image, you can see that I’ve snapped FC Bayern to be exactly 1 in. You’d never know by looking at the alignment box around the shape. Instead, you have to look (way) down in the lower-left corner at the status bar to double-check that the shape is the size you think it is. Bts v sims 3 cheats.
The visual-tactile feedback is really strange, to say the least. Perhaps it is just something that I will quickly get used to after awhile. Right now, it’s really frustrating. Before I brought in the artwork, I needed to make a square group, and add some ShapeSheet smarts to it. I started out trying to draw a square as a placeholder for the logos. Yes, a simple s q u a r e.