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    I don't know what I can say that's not already been said more eloquently, but I'll throw another simple metaphor in the ring.

    Say you're a painter. Do you want to open a can of paint each time you need a new color, dip your brush, close it, set it down, get to painting, rinse and repeat? Or would you prefer to have a readily available and highly visible palette?

    Not only does it speed up the workflow, but seeing the colors there in a more visible manner can ease the ideation process because you see what tools you have available.

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    If we had to choose, I'd choose option 2, but having the option for both would be ideal.

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    The intended way of setting a default font is to edit document profiles. These files are located in folders like 'C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Illustrator 2023\Support Files\Required\New Document Profiles\[language]\' on Windows and 'Macintosh HD > Applications ▸ Adobe Illustrator 2020 > Support Files > New Document Profiles > [language]' on Macs.

    Make a copy of the one you want to use someplace else, open it in Illustrator, make your changes, replace the original and then use it when creating a new file.

    There are many tutorials on the web about managing these, like this one: https://productivista.com/new-document-profiles-saves-your-default-settings/

    However, this way indeed is not the most discoverable. Please continue to vote and leave comments if you want this to be improved.

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    The most recent version finally has the Object > Distribute menu added.

    Now both Align and Distribute commands can be accessed via menu and have assigned keyboards shortcuts to them.


    The order of the commands though seemingly matches the one the panel has: horizontal first for Align and vertical first for Distribute. If you find this odd and want to change it — vote here: https://illustrator.uservoice.com/forums/333657-illustrator-desktop-feature-requests/suggestions/45855823-sync-the-order-of-align-and-distribute-menu-comman


    Also, Align To and Distribute Spacing commands are still missing in top menus, so please keep voting here to make them added too.

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