—Altia Design 10 is coming August 16th! New feature videos will be coming soon – to give you a sneak peek of the new Altia Design 10 in action. For a complete list of new features, check out this post.–
The new Classing feature gives you the power to apply changes to multiple objects simultaneously, regardless of the types of changes or the locations of the objects. Think of Classing like using the “master slide” in Microsoft Powerpoint: if you want to apply a logo to all the slides, make the change to the master slide and that change is propagated throughout the presentation.
Classing has two incredibly powerful applications. One, save hours of tedium by changing one base class object (the “parent”) and applying those changes to all (“children”) instances. Two, allow designers to work in parallel on the same project and combine their handy work at the end – no need to pass design files back and forth. Give screen A to Joe, screen B to Tina, and screen C to Aaron. Consolidate them all into the final project with the Classing feature.
Let me show you a quick example of how Classing works in Altia Design 10.
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