I saw your recommendation for engineer’s scales, and thought I’d pass along a little Adobe Illustrator tip. Whenever I move ...
I saw your recommendation for engineer’s scales, and thought I’d pass along a little Adobe Illustrator tip. Whenever I move into a new apartment, I measure each room, door and window so I can lay out the furniture without straining my back. I draw the rooms in Illustrator, using the graphic design standard (my field) pica scale, which works like this: 12 picas to an inch, 12 points to a pica. In this way, I’m able to type in 12p4.125 (shorthand for “12 picas, 4.125 points”) for 12′ 4-1/8″. If I need to scale it up, I type 150% or 200% in the Page Setup dialog to increase the drawing size/decrease the page size, which makes it easier to jump to a fullscreen view of my drawing by pressing Cmd-zero. Hope that’s helpful to you in your endeavors.
— Todd Patrick
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— Adam Beson
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— Tony Prudori06/24/05