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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Hi Neeraj;
    3) is most important, followed closely by 4) .
    1) less so - perhaps it should be a preferences option?
    2) seems niche to me. Nice to have, if you happen to be switching tons of artboards between known sizes. But this is by no means the general use scenario which absolutely 3) is.

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    What does the cloud give me that I couldn't get by, say, just downloading apps from the website?

    It seems like a fair question to me because right now, besides CC libraries, the answer is /nothing much/!

    Surely the ENTIRE POINT of a cloud based system is consistency accross instalations! Without that, it's just teasing.

    So yeah... cloud-sync user profiles for a bespoke environment. Seems like a no-brainer to me. I've just re-installed illustrator and am freshly reminded just how many pre-sets, preferences, shortcuts etc. I've got to set up a-fresh, and can't quite believe Adobe haven't got round to looking at this yet :(

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    If anyone is in any doubt as to whether this is possible, bring up a CPU performance monitor and then try opening a large file in Affinity Designer. Zoom in and out, move things around, keeping an eye on activity across the CPU cores as you do so...

    Hmmmmm, Adobe?

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Absolutely, I want this.

    Additionally, some appearance elements can't be transferred between groups, eg. 3D effects. And if it *were* to work, you'd only want certain aspects of the appearance to transfer (eg. the 3D effect) and not others (stroke/fill). Or maybe you would, depending on what aspect of the appearance you want. Having to go into the eye-dropper tool preferences to adjust that stuff manually is a PITA (and then to still have it not work properly).

    So being able to drag-drop appearance elements onto objects from the panel would add a lot of power and usability to the whole system.

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