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  1. 24 votes

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    This is done in one of the latest releases.
    Now the button in Control panel (and in Links panel menu) says ‘Edit in Photoshop’. You also can change it back to system defaults in Preferences > File Handling section.

    InDesign has more options, that is true, so please comment back if you need a larger list — but please give a solid justification why :)

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  3. 5 votes

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    The solution to that would be to activate a stroke if you want to apply a color to it, then to hold Shift when clicking a color — does not matter where this color is on a stroke or a fill. Illustrator then applies the picked color to the active fill/stroke, ignoring the source nature. There are two things to know — the cursor does not inform you about this mode (unlike the Alt-mode, should be addressed), and if you pick a color from a swatch — you’d get a screen representation of the color... harmless for RGB documents (if your color settings are in order), but crucial for CMYK documents (should be addressed too). Pleas comment back.
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  4. 495 votes

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    Dina Dembicki commented  · 

    Number 2 for me.

    Agree with Darrian Bagley, this function would make it much easier to create branding color palettes.

    Also, in my case, doing package design for grocery: I send to the production team a "master" file with one flavor laid out, and then off to the side I make boxes with the colors for the other flavors. This way they can hit the ground running without having to come back to me for color choices before they upload into the workflow software for routing.

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  7. 4 votes

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    Dina Dembicki commented  · 

    I understand what Daan is saying, about alignment, anyway.

    You can select objects on different artboards and align the objects to each other. This will not work if the artboards are not aligned.

    You can align artboards using the artboard tool. Or align all artboards in the artboard palette.

    And of course, you can write down the x and y position of the original object and move the object you want aligned to those coordinates. This is the long way.

    I hadn't thought about edit similar. Will need to experiment with that.

    You can also copy something on one artboard and paste it in place on another artboard.

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    Dina Dembicki commented  · 

    When working with supplier-provided die lines (for packages), I often have to rotate the artboard so that the panel I'm laying out is positioned upright. It would be efficient if the align tools could rotate with the artboard.

    The way it is now, when you rotate the artboard, the alignment tools stay in the original orientation, which makes me have to figure out which direction I'm nudging with the arrow tools on my keyboard, as well as which button will actually align left/right/top/bottom, visually.

    You can see in the attached video with my artboard rotated, the arrow keys nudge based on the original orientation, as do the alignment tools. This is frustrating when I want to nudge down, but end up nudging right or left. (Apologies for the bad movie, I'm unfamiliar with the software.)

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    Dina Dembicki commented  · 

    This is a super-old post, but in case you haven't figured it out yet, you can do that now. Just make sure you've selected the artboard in the align dialog box.

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    Dina Dembicki commented  · 

    This has been around for a while without comment from Adobe, probably because this can already be done. I propose users try out the Merge Swatches function. Colors to be merged need to be the same type, such as spot, process, or lab. In the color swatch palette, first, select the color you want to change to, then select the color you want to change from, and then from the hamburger menu select Merge Swatches. The color you don't want will disappear from the palette and items that were the old color will now be the new color. More info on this page (scroll down to Replace, Merge or Delete Swatches): https://helpx.adobe.com/illustrator/using/using-creating-swatches.html

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    Hi Everyone,

    This functionality now is available in our latest release build – 24.1.1 for Win and 24.1 for Mac which is available worldwide now.

    You may read about this functionality here: https://helpx.adobe.com/illustrator/using/whats-new/2020-1.html#cut_copy

    What’s new in 24.1: https://helpx.adobe.com/illustrator/using/whats-new.html

    You can update to the latest release using Creative Cloud desktop App: https://helpx.adobe.com/in/creative-cloud/help/creative-cloud-updates.html

    Thank you for all the feedback.

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    Dina Dembicki commented  · 

    Have you tried template layers? What's nice about a template layer is that you can show/hide it, but they don't print. Therefore, it also doesn't show up if you place the AI file as artwork into another app such as InDe. No shortcut to visibility, however. Love that I don't have to remember to turn it off when saving to place.

    How would it work? Would you select something on a layer and use the shortcut to show/hide the entire layer?

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    Dina Dembicki commented  · 

    Might be a preference then, because some do prefer it the way it is.

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