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Scaling group. Line thickness not scaling

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Scaling an individual line or a group, very odly, line thickness does not scale with it. This means, in proportion to the increasing size of the form, the line gehts thinner.

Am I dumb? Okay, I am a former FreeHand user, and you can certainly not get anything more simple then FreeHand. I probably just missed a box to thick or something in preferences. Should be self evident that in 99% of all cases, if one scales something, it has to be scaled as an entire thing. Not changing it.

But sure, I am just missing something...

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If a stroke has been applied there is a check box in the Stroke Panel to scale with object.

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