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  1. Hi, I'm reworking some graphics I started in AD and I thought it would be nice to use assets and symbols since various objects can be common to more than one scheme. These always consist of at least one parent layer and one child layer: in order to keep the child objects centred, I used constraints' features. Unfortunately, such symbols often crashes the app although the objects are quite simple, in addition to oddities like the sudden symbol triplication in my attempt to place one on the artboard for example. Also, the symbols seem to be document specific. I can't find a way to crea
  2. Hello, I have the following issue on AD 1.5.5 : when I apply constrains to a shape that is inside a group, its stroke gets cut. Here is a video replicating the issue : https://cloudup.com/cSj7GNhIb5u
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