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  1. Apps: Publisher and Designer Platforms: macOS and Windows From the select menu you will find a new option of "Select All on Current Layer" with a default shortcut of shift-cmd-A on macOS and shift-ctrl-A on Windows. This was requested as a quick way to achieve the same result of unchecking "edit all layers" in layers panel and doing Select All. A good example would be if you want to select everything on an artboard, you can now just click on the artboard label and hit shift-cmd-A.
  2. Right now if you hit CMD+A you select all objects on all art boards. Cmd+Any Modifier+A doesn't seem to do anything. It would be convenient if you guys could add CMD+SHIFT+A to select all objects within the artboard you're currently working in, ignoring everything outside of it. Thoughts?
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