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As was said in another answer, the default behavior of the move tool, is to select whatever visible element is under the cursor. This means that if one clicks on a transparent part of a layer, something beneath it will be moved. One way to avoid this problem is to switch the tool mode to only moving the active layer. This way, no matter where you click in ...


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If you cut out the central circle from the larger circle the object path will run around the remaining "O" shape. The auto align features will then snap to this path easily.


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Use shortcuts! I can recommend you to use align tools shortcuts. enter preformatted text hereIf you get used to using it, it's pretty fast! Just go Edit > Keyboard Shortcuts then open the Layer bookmark and then find Align (it's somewhere down) and after this just set Vertical Centers and Horizontal Centers on some keys (i recommend Command+W and ...


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Horizontal and Vertical Alignment Regarding your first question, you can't actually vertically align text inside a layer. What you do instead is explained in the first answer to this question, that I think is very valid for any type of element: For positioning text you don't need a bounding box. I never use bounding boxes for text in PS. I click the ...


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Yes, you can use Object > Rows and Columns... to distribute objects into... rows and columns. Just set the spacings to zero, and the number of rows to 1. The number of columns will be calculated automatically from the number of selected objects.


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That is not a feature of Illustrator. You are perhaps confusing this with Photoshop's Generator feature, which will save layers automatically as images, if they are named in a certain way. Keeping an image centered in the browser window is done with a CSS style or javascript.



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