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AD 1.6.0.85 - Regression from AD 1.5 - Unable to select children of a Compound object using double click or. CTRL + Left click

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Hi Matej,

I believe this has been fixed for the next beta! I can reproduce in .85 but not in .86 which you should be getting soon. If you are still having problems please bump this post and let me know!

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Indeed. But IMHO this is not necessarily a bad thing. Being unable to select individual components inside a compound more adequately simulates the behavior of a single object. Perhaps an option ("allow individual selection of compound components") or an alternate shortcut be the ideal solution.

 

What do you think?

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Hi Rubs,

 

I got used to quickly accessing compound components directly in the canvas. In the .85 beta you can only select them through layers panel and I usually make compounds to quickly make some edits after the fact and then convert them to curves, so I personally prefer the previous behavior, but I see your point and maybe a preference setting could be a solution for both worlds.

 

Cheers,

Matej

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1 hour ago, Matej Junk said:

 maybe a preference setting could be a solution for both worlds

 

Yes, I hope the guys at Serif implement it sometime.

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