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  1. All in the title, i use constrain quite a lot in my webdesign so that i can resize all the assets i create. But often i need to break things appart to reuse them in other/new assets. And i always need to select all the object from previous assets, to reset all sorts of constrains manually by enabling and desabling all options ta be sure i don't forget one. (because you know what happen if you try to group objects again with contrain on them... Pouf ! vanish! ) So a little reset button could be SOOO great ! Thx ! NB : And maybe a notification/popup message, when you are going to group/ungroup objects that has contrains with one another ? Cheers !
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