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The most recent version finally has the Object > Distribute menu added.
Now both Align and Distribute commands can be accessed via menu and have assigned keyboards shortcuts to them.
The order of the commands though seemingly matches the one the panel has: horizontal first for Align and vertical first for Distribute. If you find this odd and want to change it — vote here: https://illustrator.uservoice.com/forums/333657-illustrator-desktop-feature-requests/suggestions/45855823-sync-the-order-of-align-and-distribute-menu-comman
Also, Align To and Distribute Spacing commands are still missing in top menus, so please keep voting here to make them added too.
An error occurred while saving the commentNitesh Angre commented
You are talking about align shortcuts? I have used coreldraw for just about 4 years now but man, using it is such a bliss. I miss it entirely. Adobe please! the least you could do is study Coreldraw!! seriously.
For the love of Corel, I can not stop myself, sorry!
The biggest difference between Illustrator and corel is customization. CorelDraw shortcuts are fully customizable. You can be Just press Ctrl + Shift + E and you get temporary eyedropper tool which vanishes once used. Adobe has countless tools that we may never use. Corel has added a flat shadow tool! Can you believe that? Its a perfect example of how user convenience is considered first.
Just a few issues like,
1. Corel is missing corner round of any object. Currently it supports interactive rounding of rectangle corners only. Also once object is converted (expanded) it loses this interactivity (not sure if solved, latest version is 2019, I am still on 2018).
2. file corruption is big problem. If software crashes suddenly, there is 30-40% chance, it will be corrupted. Must be ram problem or software itself.
3. It misses some really usefull stuff in Illustrator, like width tool, shape builder etc.
4. Its not as popular as illustrator with my freelancing clients (damn!)
sorry if I stretched this too far, but in terms of productivity, big bro Adobe illustrator could take some tips from little bro. Hah!