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    There are now several separate requests made, based on the feedback in this thread:

    1. Regarding adjustable color and opacity for 3D shadows:

    https://illustrator.uservoice.com/forums/333657/suggestions/47054086

    2. Regarding presets for each tab in 3D and Materials panels: Object, Materials, Lighting:

    http://illustrator.uservoice.com/forums/333657/suggestions/47350001

    All those who commented on the topic until October 16, 2023, are already added as voters there. If this is something you want to have for 3D and Materials in Illustrator — please upvote it. If possible — create new requests and bug reports about 3D, rather than commenting here inside. This will help the team to better prioritize efforts on making the feature better. As always — thanks for the feedback! It helps.

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    Whit Gurley commented  · 

    I'm surprised that you're still not offering stylistic 3D extrusion like this, wherein the object hasn't changed its position but a "fake" extrusion is falling into infinity behind it (I'm sure there's a term for this). I actually use that style a lot more often (by way of tedious Blend tool operations) than I do more realistic extrusions.

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    The Eyedropper tool can work in two modes: basic and extended: basic picks/applies only colors and text. extended allows you operate chosen appearance attributes.

    If you open the tool’s options (by doube-clicking the tool button or hitting Enter while it’s picked), you’ll see that you can check/uncheck two top ‘Appearance’ options and customize attributes to be processed.

    This is not intuitive, but very powerful once you get the concept.

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    Whit Gurley commented  · 

    As much as I hate to admit it, you're *half* right. I don't know why AI didn't successfully capture the transparency and blend mode when I tested it before publishing my post, but those do indeed get reflected in the target object.

    But you're wrong about the rest - only the focal fill/strike get captured (not additional strokes), stroke profiles are not captured, nor are graphic styles. This is the outlay of AI Eyedropper options (current version, 23.0.4). If you see something different in your install, maybe mine is corrupt. Otherwise, the above post stands.

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    As mentioned in comments, arrowheads are strangely the part of Appearance and not the basic stroke, and to get it copied you should tick 'Appearance' in Eyedropper tool settings (hit Enter when the tool is chosen). Then everything works. Please comment back if it does not for you.
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