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  1. Not sure if this is a new bug or has always been this way, but it doesn't make sense. I selected 2 objects to align; one is smaller and locked in layers studio, the other is larger and unlocked. I wanted the larger one (unlocked) to center align to the smaller one, but AD ignored the Lock status and moves the smaller one to be centered within the larger one. I know I can use Key Object selection, but that's beside the point. A "locked" object should stay anchored in place and override default behavior as describe above.
  2. In a document I have two objects, one of which is locked in the layers panel and cannot be moved. As is to be expected. When I select both objects (in the layers panel), then apply an alignment, the locked object may move, depending on the applied alignment. The same happens in Publisher. Not exactly shocking, but not how I think it should be.
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