Posted By: qwalkerAny chance of emailing both .mac files
Posted By: qwalkerThanks
Posted By: qwalkerSeems a very esoteric art.
Posted By: ADRJDR you definitely are the master of Macro's in these forums.
Posted By: jslaytonPerhaps the ESC command might be helpful, JDR?
Posted By: jslaytonThe side lines would only have to be on one side
Posted By: Joachim de RavenbelPosted By: jslaytonPerhaps the ESC command might be helpful, ADR?
The ESC command would sure be handy, with a fractalization of the lines perhaps...
Posted By: jslaytonPerhaps the ESC command might be helpful, ADR?
Posted By: ADRAnother thought I had is that if the macro were modified to draw 2 fractialized lines on the same side, one say grey with a bigger thickness followed by a thin black line centred on the gray line that the result might be closer to what I am picturing. Some experimentation would be required to see if this result is a viable solution. The idea would be to make sure the gray lines overlap to create what appears to be a continuous polygon type shape.
Posted By: qwalkerThanks so much, Joachim.