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  1. Hi Folks, I'm trying to add some C, M, Y values only to Blacks in Selective Color Adjustment, but it's not working. I'm working in relative mode, and also when that box is disabled, but there is no effect. Is there any option to make some adjustments just like in PS when Absolute mode is enabled? Thanks, Adam. :)
  2. Hey, great work with the artboards, but there is something wrong with the guidelines on it. Everything is fine on the first artboard but the other artboards seem to use the same point of origin as the first one. For example a 50% guideline is not in the middle of the artboard, it is just in the middle of nowhere Another point is the use of percent values in the guideline dialog. In versin 1.3 you could simply type "%" or "mm" to create a guideline with a relative or an absolute value, but now i have to use the checkbox. WHY? THX! Designer 1.4 OS X 10.11.2
  3. How can I make the hole radius of a pie absolute? I want to have it absolute to restrict the thickness of the pie to us the same thickness an a smaller radius. I could do this with a stroke, but I can't use a stroke with boolean operations the way I want. Is there any way to do this? As you can see in the screenshot, the thickness of the ring with the smaller radius is thinner. But I want to keep it at the same thickness as the one with the bigger radius.
  4. It would be nice if the Absolute Sizes checkbox present in 1.1.2.22547 included the stroke width as well. Relative Stroke Width could behave like corner radius percentage.
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