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  1. Hi All, Is there any way to place all the images selected using Place Image Tool by clicking only once? Otherwise, we need to click on the canvas (or click and drag) for each image. If the in a single click all the images are placed (maybe with a modifier key), it will be helpful. Regards, Anupam Bordoloi
  2. Hi All, I am using AD 1.7.1 in a mac. When I place an image, by default AD links the image. So, when I move the image, AD prompts for relocating resources. I actually do not want that. I want the image to be embedded in the AD document, so that even if I move the placed image from my computer, the placed image remains intact in AD. Can anyone please help. Regards, Anupam
  3. Hi Gabe, Thank you for your reply. I could download the contents now. May be there were some temporary issue in the network. I downloaded all the contents under 3 mins. Regards, Anupam Bordoloi
  4. Hi, I am trying to download the following items: Grade UI Kit Frankentoon - TexturizerPro Brush Pack Tom Chalky - Handcrafted Fonts & Textures However, the downloads are so slow. Not sure, what is the reason. My internet speed is high enough to download contents at at least 2/3 MBPS. Could you please help. Thanks in advance.
  5. Hi Everyone, I have created a color palette based on Google's material design (https://material.io/guidelines/style/color.html). Attaching the palette file for AD. Hope it would help. Regards, Anupam Bordoloi Material Design Palette.afpalette
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