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dReas

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  1. You could create a new fill under Appearance and change it to a gradient with seperate colours. If you click on the Fill you can change its Opacity so that the other gradient is visible as well. Blend mode can also change how the colours interact with each other. Hope this helps
  2. +1 Being able to copy gradients back and forth between Illustrator and Designer would be really nice. Here's hoping that version 2.0 doesn't rasterize in the same way version 1 does.
  3. +1 Would be really nice to know what brush was used 😄 Would also be nice to be able to "Star" favourites in a list instead of copying and make duplicates.
  4. I fully support a revamped 🙃 🙃 🙃 🙃 🙃 🙃 🙃 🙃 🙃 🙃 dashed line style
  5. I like the idea of having such a feature and find the name would suit the purpose perfectly. I'd love for the user to be able to define amount and spacing horizontally and/or vertically. An addition cool feature would be if you could replicate an object along a path 😉
  6. When will they be addressed? It's still an issue in 1.9.2. If I want to perserve handle ratios, I still have to drag + right click!!!
  7. Has this been improved at all? I'm testing on PC and am wondering if the PC version is still lacklust compared to the Mac version.
  8. I'm wondering if there are any plans on adding a sixth operation that removes the overlapping object from the lower object, but both objects remain after the operation? Currently I have to make a duplicate of the overlapping object and then use one of the objects to subtract from another shape. It's not the biggest deal. It would just be a nice feature to have. Especially if you're working with transparencies and don't want the objects underneath to be visible.
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