54 votesdevuxer commented
The numerical adjust feature was one of the really cool pioneering features of Expression Studio. It made it so easy to increase or decrease values by any amount (very large, very small, or anything in-between). You could instantly see the effect on the artboard/design surface as you dragged. It was a great way to feel like you were directly manipulating an object while still maintaining precise control. I feel really burned someone thought it was okay to remove this feature. It was one of the first things I would show off to someone while telling them how great a tool Blend was. Please bring it back ASAP!
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Program Manager – Visual Studio IDEdevuxer commented
Here's what got me looking for this feature: I get this error when I try to open a jsoneditoronline link in the Visual Studio 2012 browser: "Error: Unsupported browser, IE9 or newer required. Please install the newest version of your browser." It's a pain not to be able to open this with at least the latest version of Internet Explorer (which I have installed!).