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CMD+Z Not working at Alignment Menu - Designer

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Here is the scenario:

1. Select object

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2. Enter Alignment

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3. Select alignment, for instance, Horizontally/Left. The object moves properly

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4. Hit keys Cmd+Z in order to undo the operation and the objects returns to it's original position but within the alignment menu the button I selected remains selected

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5. When I clic on Done within the alignment menu, the objects moves again to the left

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NOTE: It only happens when I keep open the alignment menu.

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Hi @Ingwe DK,

Thank you for reporting this. This is not entirely a bug, but more of an improvement request. 

if you keep the History Studio opened, you will see that when you choose the align option, you do not get a new step added to the history, unless you press "Done". Without having a step to undo, it goes back in history and performs an undo on the previous action. 

I will log this with our devs as an improvement. 

Thanks,

Gabe. 

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7 hours ago, GabrielM said:

Hi @Ingwe DK,

Thank you for reporting this. This is not entirely a bug, but more of an improvement request. 

if you keep the History Studio opened, you will see that when you choose the align option, you do not get a new step added to the history, unless you press "Done". Without having a step to undo, it goes back in history and performs an undo on the previous action. 

I will log this with our devs as an improvement. 

Thanks,

Gabe. 

I don't see this as an improvement, because then that key combination shouldn't interfere with the current menu, so, tell me why when I select one alignment without pressing DONE, the UNDO command UNDO that alignment. I think there are more than one thing to cover here. But is ok, call it improvement if you want.

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