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There is only one way I would recommend you did this. That's by actually creating a folder with the name Text Box and placing all the text boxes inside it, this way you will have only one layer in the panel when the folder is closed, saving you space, but when you open it you will still have each text box intact and editable. Some people might say to select ...
You can do this with scripting. Unfortunately your usecase dont really fit the suggested scripts. Also artboards will work very badly on account of the requirement of your only one copy of things. They could still be used as a basis for a custom script. The floor plan script i linked in my comment is very close to your usecase though. This is quite trivial ...
A simpler way to do it would be to make one in an artboard, shift+o to switch to the artboard tool, then alt drag to create a copy of that artboard. Repeat for as many repetitions of that graph that you need, alter as needed, then click into individual artboards and you can export them as individual files.
The printing company wants to see the dieline & adjust your bleed if necessary because most likely, if you don't have any experience in packaging, your print-ready file might not be right. Printers have some specific requirements that they don't always share with designers because it's too technical and specific to their equipment or process. The real ...
I've found this script and accompanying article to be super helpful in saving out pngs and svgs from Illustrator. Since your document is already organized into different layers, you should be able to export a series of images with this script. You can specify that the script export images based on layer, grouping, and/or artboard, so you'll have some options ...
it is enough to use “actions”. you create a new action. moves the object holding the Option/Alt. stops the action. Click on the Play >. Done.
Left click between the layer and the mask.
For future reference – everything that they said above is correct, but if you have transparency, you need to tell it to paste in the specific location on the canvas that you copied from. You do that with "paste in place": Edit > Paste Special > Paste in Place, or just Shift-Cmd-V/Shift-Ctrl-V.
Your text layer is on your masterpage. Open your Pages panel and double click on the A-Master page icon. You can also comman + Shit + Left Click to directly select the text frame even if you are not on the masterpage.
i believe you can't create groups/folder of layers because a design decision from Gimp community, perhaps to mantain it simple. as each layer can also mean an animation frame on a gif image.
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