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  1. When I want to save the style from one object and apply it to another object, not all parameters are taken over. 1. Add Style from Object 1 to right panel: 2. Select Object 2 and press on the Style1 AD 1.10.5 testfile.afdesign
  2. - Create an object and apply a layer style (i.e. some bevel or embossing). Press CTRL+C. - Create a new object at a different size (make it much bigger to best see the effect) - Select the new object and press ALT+SHIFT+V (Paste FX) or CTRL+SHIFT+V (Paste Style) and see how the effects are scaled wrongly. This is a inconsistent: - When you duplicate the object and scale it manually, then let's say change the radius of the bevel and then press ALT/CTRL+SHIFT+V, the styles are applied correctly. This bug was already reported over and over since v1.7 by numerous other users and I did not get tired to report it for all the releases since then. Is there any chance this will ever be fixed?
  3. 1. Use the appearance panel to apply a series of strokes to an object… For example: Black 1mm, Red 3mm, Black 5mm 2. Ensure that Scale with Object is turned on for all of the 3 strokes. 3. Copy and Paste Style to a number of target objects of varying sizes. Result: Only the stroke which was selected most recently is scaled in the ratio of the source object to the target object. If the inside stroke was selected, it can grow so large that it covers the other two. Conversely if the outer stroke is selected, it can shrink so as to disappear behind the middle stroke. If the source object is a line, then the scaling factor can be huge: in my GIF 5mm -> 1635.7mm
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