Notes functionality in Silverlight 3

    In Blender 3, between some more nice thing there is a very nice functionality similar to Sticky Notes in Vista or Windows Seven .

    The possibility to add notes in you’re project right on the element you need that information to be.

    This is very useful to keep track of you’re work and To Do’s.

    This is called Annotation.

    How you use this?

    You select you’re object from the Object Panel and from the top menu from Tools select Create Annotation, and a note will appear in the right side top of you’re object.

    The faster way is to use the shortcut Ctrl+Shift+T.

    Very Nice.

  1. Select object
  2. From Tools select Create Annotation or press Ctrl+Shift+T.




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