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  1. In moving objects with the Move Tool I go to various places on the doc by pressing the space bar. After letting go of the space bar I expect the cursor to return to the Move Tool, but it almost always goes to (or remains in) the View Tool (the hand). In my Preferences/Shortcut the shortcut for the View Tool is empty, so that is not the problem. Doesn't pressing the space bar simply allow one to freely move around in the doc rather than actually bringing up the View Tool? It is time consuming that each time I press the space bar to move around the doc I must use my Move Tool shortcut ("s") to return to the Move Tool. Actually, often after letting go of the space bar and pressing my "s" shortcut, the shortcut does not work and I must use the Node Tool shortcut ("d") which does work---and then use the "s" to bring back my Move Tool. As far as I see there is no shortcut conflict. Might these issues be a bug in AD?

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