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  1. Does anybody know where are the configuration files located so I can port them to beta? (tried searching forum but nothing came up)
  2. Where are the configuration files located, so I can port them to beta? I installed this version and it has all the default settings. thx! (tried searching forum for configuration file, settings file, etc, but couldn't find anything)
  3. Retail version required? I bought the official version, but somehow it doesn't recognise it. Any idea how to fix? Thx!
  4. Hey Matt, that's great to hear! There are a few successful approaches out there (sketch, balsamiq, AI) and I'd love to hear more about how you guys see this feature implemented.
  5. Yes they are. The 4 objects are part of a "parent" rectangle (the big white background). Does that mean that nested objects cannot be grouped because they get confused by the constraints? And why the weird cropping?
  6. When I group a few objects in AD, the resulting group is somehow cropped in a strange way, like there's n invisible mask somewhere. I was suspecting that the problem was from the constraints, tried to remove constraints from various objects, but failed because when I add the scale constraints (to make the object as a default/new object), other objects on the canvas move or disappear (those objects that have nothing to do with those edited ones). Any idea how to fix? Thx AD version 1.5.5
  7. Not sure it's a feature, more of an improvement, but it has cause some troubles to me. In all applications that I'm aware of, the Save As function will save in the folder where the file is currently located in. A.D. does not, it saves in the last folder that was used, always. Even if I close a file and open a totally different one, SaveAs will default to the last saved folder. I have files spread all over the disk because of that :( It's annoying especially because the standard behaviour is so universally ingrained I find it hard to remember to change the save location every time. Keep up the good work
  8. Been using Balsamiq for a bit and they have simple solution for unlocking: right click. ("simple" from UX point of view) At right click, besides other options, is a list of all the unlockable layers (at mouse position), by name and something like the major color in that object. But even just by name I'd find it pretty useful too. Cheers
  9. I kid I kid. Space hides handles and all other interaction thinggies while it's pressed. AKA, what the OP requested.
  10. Press the big wide key at the bottom of your keyboard.
  11. For viewing and moving purposes, holding space hides mostly everything, including bounding box. For selecting stuff... not so much.
  12. Been using AD for a while and I pretty much love it. Although I have my gripes with it (lack of: lock/unlock all, hide/unhide all, rotation around a point, variable length nudge, color picker, etc), I've pulled through. But today I had to work in Illustrator because I needed "symbols", or instances. That thing when you don't want to copy all kinds of changes to tens/hundreds of instances. I think it's in the works, but just wanted to let you guys know what made me switch back.
  13. Because working for print vs. web – very different requirements.