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I think I remember reading a post regarding this topic but when I searched again I didn't see anything. Is there a reason why "scale with object" is unchecked by default for EVERYTHING. I don't see the relevance in having it turned off by default. FX, gradients, strokes, etc. I think when I read the post a month ago or so it said it was intended to be this way. I don't remember reading a legitimate reason but can we, or is there already an option to turn it on by default? That would save me SO much time and is an easy fix. I would rather uncheck it on the rare occasion I don't want something to scale with an object. 

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10 minutes ago, silent_knight said:

I think I remember reading a post regarding this topic but when I searched again I didn't see anything.

 


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5 minutes ago, Alfred said:

 

Thank you for the link! Scale with object isn't bugged at all for me. I just don't get the reason to have it off by default. I do a lot of different things in AD and haven't come across one scenario that I would want something not to scale with the object. I could see if it were strictly pixel based maybe as you wouldn't want to distort certain images(?) but being that this is AD and not AP I would just like some clarification or maybe a setting that would allow us to have every "scale with object" checked by default. 

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