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  1. I was experimenting with aftemplate file and noticed that it's not creating a new untitled document if I directly double-click on it to open or access it from File > Open window! Most of the template formats (PSDT, AIT, INDT etc) prompts a new document and this would be a handy feature if included. Need of editing a template occurs rare and in such cases Open Template for Edit option can be used.
  2. I know that when an AD file that has artboards is first opened in APu there is an option to convert the artboards to pages, but is there any way to do that after it has been opened in APu & has artboards that have not been converted to pages? I ask this because I have been playing around with template (*.aftemplate) files. When I create a new document in APu from a template created in AD & it has artboards, there is no option that I can find to convert its artboards to pages, neither at the time of creation nor afterwards. For example, try opening Artboards & symbols.aftemplate in APu. It is a test file that has 3 artboards (& symbols but that doesn't seem to matter). It opens fine in APu but it would be nice if there was an option to convert its artboards to pages without resorting to tricks like changing the file extension or whatever.
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