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  1. I'm a Fireworks crossover, finally had to give up on Fireworks (well, more like give up on Adobe) even though I love it. One shortcut that was worth its weight in gold was the ability to hide individual layers with a quick shortcut (Command+L in Fireworks). Would it be possible to add this option in the Layers menu dropdown? Then we could create our own shortcut for it. It would make it a LOT easier than selecting the layer, finding the selected layer in the Layers panel, then clicking the checkbox to hide it. Especially if you have, say, 200 layers in the list. As it is, you have to sel
  2. Thanks, Callum. Bummer, but I'll jump into the fray on the feature requests and add my vote. While I'm at it, I'll add visual preview when exporting. Helps when exporting at a lower quality level, so we can figure out the right balance of quality and file size. :)
  3. Thanks, Hokusai. It's perplexing, really, because AD seems to cover so many bases. I thought for sure they have this one. Thanks for the links, I'll make sure to throw in my vote in those request threads.
  4. Please forgive me if this has been asked, I have searched and cannot find a solution. I'm a Fireworks crossover, finally had to give up on Fireworks (well, more like give up on Adobe) even though I love it. One shortcut that was worth its weight in gold was the ability to hide a layer (Command+L). Is this possible in AD? Right now all I can figure out is finding the layer on the layers panel and clicking (or deselecting) the checkbox to hide it. Or do we call them objects here? Thanks in advance. If this has been covered in another thread, please send the link and then we can close/del
  5. Sort of. You can't wrap text around an object, at least not from what I've found thus far. However, you can do simple text wrapping by click-holding on the Artistic Text Tool (the "A" icon) and choosing Frame Text Tool (the "T" icon). You can also toggle them with the "T" shortcut.
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