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    Camryne commented  · 

    I find that the options for choosing colors in a gradient or recoloring artwork are particularly clunky. I love the way photoshop makes it easy to choose colors -- when you click on the gradient point you'd like to change for example, the eyedropper tool is automatically selected and enables you to pick a color from the swatches panel or a color already in use on the artboard. It is also easy to type in a hex code, or quickly adjust brightness, saturation, etc at-a-glance. To me, the photoshop color options are very powerful and streamline and the illustrator options are a bit exhausting because you need to flip through different panels and options to insert a hex code, select a swatch, or eyedrop a color (and you can't eyedrop a swatch). Then you have to go through the process again for the next gradient point. My workflow would be so greatly improved if it were easier to choose colors in Illustrator and i feel my work would improve because my i could easily explore different color options and spend more energy on creativity instead of navigating panels. Thank you so much!

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    Hi Everyone,

    We have fixed this bug in our latest release – v 24.2.1 which is available worldwide now. Thanks for your patience on this.

    Please note that after upgrading you might still see that Align To sets itself to Align to Key Object. If you see this, please manually set the Align To to the required setting, and this reported bug will not happen again. You’ll need to this one time only.

    The reason Align To might get set to Key Object after update is because Ai remembers your last Align To on subsequent launches as well. So, if your last Align To was Key Object before quitting/upgrading, after first multi-selection, it will set itself to Key Object. After you manually change it one-time, it will work fine.

    You can update to the latest release using Creative Cloud desktop App: https://helpx.adobe.com/in/creative-cloud/help/creative-cloud-updates.html

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    Camryne commented  · 

    Its affecting my workflow as well. It is much more fluid to have 'align to selection/canvas' as the default / click an object twice to select a key object. I am also getting error messages when i try to use the direct selection tool. I can't remember what they say but it has something to do with the key object.

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