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  1. Hello, basil, Activate snapping (1), take the "node tool" (2) and select the node to move. Press "Shift" (to constrain vertical movement) and pull the knot down (3) to snapping with the knot of the other line.
  2. Hello jackamus, Wasn't the layer inadvertently blocked?
  3. Hello DrM0lek, Once you have applied for example an internal shadow to a shape, right-click on the shape and "Group". You can then apply another internal shadow to this shape. Each time you group you can add another shadow.
  4. I made the same reflection.
  5. Hello Chan, FYI, your file opens correctly with DPX8 (Windows). I do not have your fonts but the file does not seem corrupted. You can get help by following the link given by @Callum.
  6. Bonjour Elf, Pour éliminer une partie d'une photo avec Designer, vous pouvez "Placer" la photo puis passer à "Pixel Persona". Une fois dans "Pixel Persona", faire un clic droit sur la vignette de la photo (dans le panneau des calques) et choisir "Tramer". À côté de la vignette de la photo, 'Image" est remplacé par "Pixel". Ensuite choisir un "Outil de sélection" sur la partie à supprimer et appuyer sur la touche "Suppr". Terminer avec "Ctrl + D" pour supprimer les "fourmis marchant". Cordialement. ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Hello Elf, To eliminate a part of a photo with Designer, you can "Place" the photo then switch to "Pixel Persona". Once in "Pixel Persona", right click on the thumbnail of the photo (in the layer panel) and choose "Rasterise...". Next to the thumbnail of the photo, 'Image' is replaced by 'Pixel'. Then choose a "Selection Tool" on the part to delete and press the "Delete" key. Finish with "Ctrl + D" to delete the "Marching ants". Cordially.
  7. OK Peternel, I see the problem better now. I have more or less the same behavior under Windows:If I duplicate an object placed out of the artboard with "Ctrl / Cmd J", the copy is placed on the original object. If I use "Ctrl / Cmd C" then "Ctrl / Cmd V" the copy is placed at the horizontal center of the artboard and at the height of the original object. With "Ctrl X" then "Ctrl / Cmd V" the copy is also placed at the horizontal center of the artboard and at the height of the original object. So it seems that to paste the copy on the original object (out of the arboard) it is only necessary to use "Ctrl / Cmd J", and this excludes the use of "Ctrl + X".
  8. If the meaning of your question is whether a "copy" or "cut" object is placed exactly in the same place when you have "paste", the answer is yes. If you want to "place" a photo where you "cut" an object, the answer is no. As @toltec said, these are two totally different things. In addition, the photo should be the same size as the cut object. In this case you could note the exact values of the location of the cut object (in the "Transform" panel of the studio) and you should enter the same values for the placement of the photo.
  9. @SigsCreations, thank you for the comment, to my knowledge it is unfortunately not possible to use macros with AD.
  10. Hello SigsCreations, Draw the first shape, "Ctrl + J" ("Cmd + J" for Mac), enter 22 in the "Rotate" window of the "Transform" panel, then move the copy to the desired place and then repeat "Ctrl / Cmd + J "as many times as necessary.
  11. Hello befehr, Leave the stroke and fill colorless in the "Color" tab so that your brush is in color.
  12. You are right Mike, there is no rasterization, I mispronounced, my error certainly comes from the fatigue of Saturday night! The letters are converted into curves and the text is therefore no longer editable if I open the pdf file in AD for example.
  13. MikeW, thanks for the precision, the test is done with the latest version beta 1.6.0.85 (Windows).
  14. Hello, The problem is the same if gradient is applied to text: it is pixelated after the export in pdf. -A text without contour is converted to curves even if it is indicated during export that there will be no rasterisation (top text in my example). -A text with outline suffers the same fate, but the outline is modifiable. (middle and bottom texts). In the bottom one I replaced TEXTE by REGIS and only the outline is modified, the filling is rasterised.