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  1. AD's option of selecting multiple layers and then locking or unlocking them via a keystroke is fabulous. Very intuitive and fast. However, there appears to be no way to reveal/hide the sublayers of a single layer or multiple sublayers under higher layer(s). This exists in Illustrator (holding down OPT in the top layer and clicking). Even better would be to chose all top layers and then reveal/hide them with a keystroke (as in your lock/unlock option). My problem is that in bringing over a very detailed geological map project from Illustrator into AD I am left with multiple sub, subsub and subsubsub layers/curves (which were clipped colored regions in Illustrator). Presently I must go down a myriad of top layers and individually expand sublayer after sublayer. To do this with a single click would be extremely helpful. Perhaps this is already possible in AD and I have not discovered it. PS: All of the sublayers in this AD doc were not visible in Illustrator but became visible in AD as it attempted to "translate" the doc from Illustrator's no doubt complex programming.
  2. Hey guys, I'm wondering if there is an easy way to move sublayers to their own layers like Illustrators "Release to Layers (Sequence)" Command. Thanks and great job on the app! ;)
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