Big thanks to all of you who found it amusing that I brought back an empty cigarette box from Finland. : ) According to a colleague (thanks Joni), apparently the entire European Union has the same very strong anti-smoking messaging on their cigarette boxes. Compared to them, our US cigarette warnings seem so wimpy:
"the Surgeon General believes that possibly, maybe, it could happen that smoking might someday, somewhere, somehow lead to cancer...but we're not absolutely sure".
I was also informed that the EU is looking to have even stronger warnings on their cigarette boxes than they do now - have a look at this website with some very very scary boxes they are proposing to use:
Talk about tough messaging!
Now on to the tip: Too many layer filters in a drawing file can really slow you down (not to mention irritate you). A new undocumented command called FILTERS will kindly display a dialog box that makes it easy for you remove any unwanted layer filters.
Note: Don't forget the crucial "s" at the end...otherwise you'll end up in another cool command called FILTER - which has a different goal in life.