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    Dan Newport commented  · 

    It has been a standard Windows thing to include shortcuts to edit commands like cut, copy, and paste in the alt (right-click) menu. Would be wonderful if this was incorporated into Illustrator. It's not only a normal intuitive place to look for those commands, there are actually accessibility benefits as well that would make it a valuable add. In addition to cut, copy, and paste, we could use paste in place, paste in front, paste in back, and clear commands in that menu. Thanks for considering!

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    2 comments  ·  Illustrator (Desktop) Bugs » User Interface  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

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    Dan Newport commented  · 

    I have the same issue. This defeats the purpose of having multiple separate windows in Illustrator, and it adds complication to complex projects. I hope it gets fixed soon.

    Some suggested workarounds in the meantime:
    For some situations, a temporary solution might be to use a screenshot as a second window so you can reference one part of a design while working on another.
    Alternatively if a screenshot isn't enough and you need access to objects in another part of a design, you could open a second copy of the Illustrator file as your second window. This way the second window doesn't jump when you edit text in the first because the windows are from separate files.

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    Dan Newport commented  · 

    We need a simple way to disable the splash screen that appears while Illustrator is loading. Preferably this would be a global setting option to turn splash screens off by default for all Adobe programs. For some professional business environments, the splash screen artwork is distracting, and in some situations it may even be inappropriate. The ability to customize this part of the program would help make the software a better fit for the professional workplace.

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