Loaded eyedropper just like in InDesign
I wish the eye dropper behaved more like it does in InDesign: If you pick up a type style, you "keep" that style and can apply it to several different text boxes. so if you have a text box with 4 subheads and body copy after each and you want to change all of the subheads to match the first one that you've changed, you could click on the desired style, and then click-drag over each of the subheads carrying the same style to each
Michèle Stocks commented
I agree with Orbit Design, how does this only have 13 votes?? It's so needed, would hugely save time when designing.
Orbit Design commented
How does this only have 14 votes since 2017? This is such a needed option and wouldn't alter any functionality of the current eyedropper tool.
Sarebbe utile se lo strumento contagocce applicato al testo funzionasse come in indesign in modo sequenziale. Dopo il primo pick fosse possibile applicarlo a più testi.
Perchè non uniformate gli shortcuts in tutti i programmi della suite?
Allow the eyedropper tool to pick up text formatting and load it to the eyedropper to paint the formatting over multiple instances without having to pick up the formatting again and again after each application currently.
This exists in InDesign. So this is definitely possible.
the illustrator and indesign dropper work differently, one the opposite of the other.
I think that indesign is more functional, especially for copying text styles and applying them to multiple words ... If possible, adjust the dropper function that works like in indesign.
Also make it possible to apply styles to text in the same frame - now you can only apply it to text in another frame.