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  1. Hi, under some circumstances you can damage your symbols / your scene. Watch the attached video to see how to reproduce the issue. But the steps should be something like the following: 1. create a rect 2. make it a symbol (get rid of it from your artboard) 3. use the symbol e.g. 3 times by dragging out of the lib 4. group the 3 symbols 5. make the group a symbol as well 6. drag that group-symbol once again by dragging it from the lib, so you have 2 group-symbols 7. drag the single rect-symbol out of the lib 8. modify the hierarchy by dragging the single rect-symbol into one of the group-symbols to make it a child object 9. delete that new child object (the rect-symbol) Cheers, Stefan. @MEB: Maybe this was the reason how I damaged my file (reported bug "AD crashes when moving artboard around" ?!? AD_SymbolFckUp.mov
  2. I guess I should have read the help section before ordering through the website. If I wanted the poor care and damaged product that is typical of Amazon when they deliver books, I would have gone through them for the free 2 day shipping instead of waiting a week to see that it came through Amazon anyway. You should probably make that clear on the order page, by the way. I was *incredibly* disappointed to see that there was absolutely no value in ordering directly from you guys. In spite of Amazon's signature crunched corners and binding damage, it looks like it was originally a well made book, and I love well made books. I hope that I'm at least not disappointed in the content.
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