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Not sure what I'm asking for here - Edit multiple instances all at once?


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Hi there,

I'm using Affinity Designer and was wondering if there is some way of creating an object and saving it as something like an asset or something (I realise AD has assets and this might not be the correct word to use here) and then be able to use it in multiple instances on a page and if I edit one of the objects then they all update accordingly?

Also if I want to is it possible to edit them all but if I then want to 'break' out one of the objects so I can edit it independently of the rest then is that a possibility too?

I'd seen in something like Figma something like that where you can place an object on one art-board and then it would update on any other art-boards that it's used on. Hoping that AD has something like that and I'm just missing it maybe?

Many thanks,

Mark

 

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