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  1. I started to use AD with the trial and I was really surprised by the speed and smooth workflow. I think it is already my best buy of the year. Great work, guys! Since I use AD primary for architectural presentation, I often need to import PDF printed from Autocad. When I import lines with thickness 0.02 mm (from Autocad plot styles) they are imported in AD with 0 thickness. The lines are present and I need to select them and change the thickness manually. The same PDF is imported well in Illustrator. How can I resolve the issue?
  2. I thought it would be nice if there was a way to have designer show us or warn us if we use lines that are too thin to be printed (not a warning every time you use or make a line though). I was thinking something like a gamut warning in a photo app. If you selected the "line warning" in the Views, it would highlight lines that might be a problem if they went to print. That way we would know which lines to make thicker. I worked for a publishing company before and one problem that we often had was designers would use lines that show up on screen but wouldn't print because they were too thin. Hokusai
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