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    Gary Crispin commented  · 

    Or even better, have a smart guide that runs up when holding the slider so you can see the gradient point compared to the other grahics on the artboard! ... and then as a bonus improvement, perhaps allow snapping to objects that the guide hits!

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    Gary Crispin commented  · 

    Hi Egor,

    Not exactly. For instance when we build a pack, our client insists we build it orientated landscape, but our print proofers insist on portrait. So we have issues as when rotate an entire artwork we find that drop shadows are now angled differently and we then have to amend each one individually. Sometimes this can be hundreds of items and across many files, leaving us open to many mistakes. Then we have to repeat the process when we receive the proofers adjusted files back.
    Also sometime we are required to show a larger scaled version of the artwork. So youd think that a select all and scale 500% would produce a 5x version of the original. However any gaussian blurs do not scale, despite selecting 'scale appearances and effects'. It's very frustrating.

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    Gary Crispin commented  · 

    I think you can do this using a purchasable external plugin from Esko, but it would be great if Adobe incorporated the feature.

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