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  1. forgot downloading the macros when downloading AF, how to correct it
  2. Great Gift! Free macros included in the purchase! Thanks
  3. Hi, I frequently use the Export section to export in SVG - Export at 300dpi and also PNG. However, using the Shortcut Keys is bit hard as I am not a contortionist! ( Need to use the CTRL-ALT-SHIFT-S keys together and I have short stubby pinkies! How can I reset this key combo to a single keystroke please? Also, is there any way I can record a standard set of commands into some sort of scrip[t? e.g. If I purchase a Vector alphabet I need to isolate each letter and doing so by layers is a nightmare (designers note! as nothing is grouped, so the fastest way is to select all items for each imaged char and copy then paste new from clipboard.Save As AD native format then Export in SVG 300dpi and also a copy in PNG format for wider usage. I hope this makes sense! Thank you! Angela
  4. We would like to see a link or explanation for a keyboard shortcut (for example double SHIFT) on the welcome screen for a reference and overview screen. On that screen we would like to see a short explanation of the UI, basic tools etc. including the basics of field input. This is for the beginners. (Nice to have: Professionals could arrange their own reference screen with their most commonly used things like tools, strokes, styles, symbols, text styles, macros, preferences, texts, …) The size of that screen/window can be defined. Displayed by double HELP or double CMD.
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