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    We have done further updates to Dimension tool with recently released version - 28.3


    You can create and use your custom scale for dimension, hide or show units on dimensions and dimensions are now sticky to the object - they transform as well when you transform the object.

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    Richatd Spencer commented  · 

    I completely agree with the last comment from Bruce, dimension tools should be BUILT INTO Illustrator as standard, we shouldn't have to pay for external plugins!!
    When will Adobe wake up and take note, it cannot be that difficult to implement surely?

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    Richatd Spencer commented  · 

    As I have mentioned previously, just take a look at HotDoor CADTools, this covers what is needed from my point of view. We need to add dimensions to all the label proofs, including curves, angles, etc.

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    Richatd Spencer commented  · 

    A simplified version of the third-party software Hotdoor CADTools would be a great addition to Illustrator. When creating label proofs we need to show the label dimensions, having to add them manually is slow and time consuming.

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    Richatd Spencer commented  · 

    When creating emboss dies for label printing we need to know the area of the emboss on the label as the embossing units have maximum area they can emboss in one hit. This calculation (without using a third party script) would be very useful.

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