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  1. Not sure if this is a bug or not but after altering and adjusting an object, clicking ‘Rest Selection Box’, the box dose indeed reset to the new shape. However if I leave that object and then come back to it the old box is back. Is this expected behaviour? or should the “new” selection box stick, which is what I was expecting. I’ve found on occasion that this retention of the old box can get in the way of accurate snapping of Groups when the affected object is within a Group and part of it’s “old” selection box falls outside of the collective area of the other components of said group. Effectively making the Group's bounding box bigger than it's visible components.
  2. Hi, Button "Reset Selection Box" - I was looking everywhere and I did find out what it actually is? how does it work? Forgive me if this is a silly question... I'm still learning AD :] Cheers! Marcin

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