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[By Design] Can't resize Stroke panel within right side studio

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I tried rearranging the panels within the right hand studio area, to see if it improved my workflow.

 

Discovered that I lose the ability to resize the Stroke panel, and also that changing between the Stroke and Brush tabs causes a strange jump in size.

 

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Wait, unless I'm missing something, this doesn't make sense… Why doesn't resizing the panel above (in this example, Swatches) just move the other panels up? The ordering of panels shouldn't lock you out of the ability to customise your workspace. If it's 'by design', then I think your designers need to sit down and rethink how this works.

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