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    J Kaufman commented  · 

    Yes, that change would be sufficient. Still don't know why you took away the old way of doing it. Adobe seems to make frequent changes to stuff that actually works and that we actually use, while adding many new features nobody cares about.

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    J Kaufman commented  · 

    We've been posting complaints about this specific issue for MONTHS now, and Adobe has yet to address it. It is likely that they have no intention of restoring this functionality, because like everything Adobe, "we know best what our users want, we don't care what the users actually say they want."

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    J Kaufman commented  · 

    Same problem here. Numerous people complaining about this online, Adobe is silent. These software engineers have NO CLUE how real-world people use this software.

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    J Kaufman commented  · 

    I use Illustrator to impose a single design multiple times on a page, and have templates set up for this. When setting up the template, I used a generic file (let's call it BIZCARD01.AI) and then deleted the file, so that every time I open the template it wants me to locate the file. I used to be able to click "Apply to All," find the new file I wanted (let's call it BIZCARD NEW.AI), and it would automatically place that new file multiple times on the page, per the template. We no longer have that option, see attached screenshot. The "Apply to All" option is missing.

    And NO, the "new" option on the next dialog box for re-linking files in the folder DOES NOT WORK the same as the "Apply to All" option. I want to link files with DIFFERENT file names, not have Illustrator keep looking for the filenames it already knows.

    Numerous people complaining about this issue online, and so far Adobe has done nothing, as usual.

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