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Andres Cathalifaud

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    Andres Cathalifaud commented  · 

    Thanks Egor. Just one example: I created 12 similar posters and flyers in one .ai file. They were all somewhat different but with some things in common; one of those was a text box containing some legal blah-blah. That text would need to be updated from time to time so a symbol was the perfect solution. The problem is that I missed one of the text boxes... and one cannot tell a symbol from a non-symbol object. In InDesign, a number of non-printing characters are used like the "pilcrow" and "link" to signify paragraph, a linked object respectively. There are more, you probably know. Those special characters can be turned on or off. This is what I'm thinking of, something that would allow me to identify the type of object I'm looking at. Best, A.C.

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    Andres Cathalifaud commented  · 

    The suggestion is to implement what is, already, available in Photoshop: File/Open Recent/Clear Recent File List). This is not, obviously,t a global preference but something that can be done "on the fly". So, please add the same capability to Illustrator (and InDesign, etc). Separately, the "Start a new file fast" box needs to be customizable perhaps somewhere in the Preferences panel as I don't believe users would want to mess with that too often after it's setup once. Right now, the EU size A4, not the most used size in the US is useless and defeats the "fast" part of the area's name (I'm rather puzzled by Adobe's choice to have this odd, non-US standard-size show up in the US). Thanks.

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