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Why not? Command + J, Option + Drag, Command + Drag, Edit > Duplicate, Edit > Copy + Edit > Paste … or what do you mean by “cloning an object”? :/

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1 minute ago, A_B_C said:

Why not? Command + J, Option + Drag, Command + Drag, Edit > Duplicate, Edit > Copy + Edit > Paste … or what do you mean by “cloning an object”? :/

If I make a clone of object A, any changes to object A will also changes the clone. 

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12 minutes ago, Fatih19 said:

If I make a clone of object A, any changes to object A will also changes the clone. 

Look up Symbols in the Affinity Designer Help.


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