In addition to
attaching glaze images to recipe files Matrix will attach a text
file of unlimited length to a recipe file. This facility allows
you to develop extensive notes about your work with a particular
recipe. It can include information which has no place in the recipe
Glaze text files
can be developed inside Matrix using the simple built in text editor.
a Recipe to the Text Editor
When a recipe
is displayed on screen the recipe can be "sent" to the
text editor using the menu item shown in Fig.1
Sending a Recipe to the Text Editor
This menu selection
will open the text editor window with the recipe complete contents
of the recipe file displayed (Fig.2)
Text Editor with the Recipe Displayed.
text editor the recipe data can be reformated and added to
in the text editor will not effect the original recipe file.
to: item in the text Editor's File menu allows
you to attach the text file to the recipe file.
happens the text file is saved in the same locaation as the
when the recipe is loaded again in Matrix the text file can
be displayed by clicking the
button on the tool bar.
can be associated with the recipe for as long as you have
the recipe on disk. If you ever delete the recipe from disk
then you will have to seperately delete the text file using
your computer's Windows file management system.
Location of Glaze Pictures on Disk
When glaze pictures
are "attached" to a recipe file the image will always
be located in the same folder as the recipe file whether that file
is an individual file or the recipe is part of a database. If you
move a recipe file you will need also to move the glaze image by
reattaching it to the recipe.
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