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You can not. Unsaved custom items are stored in temp files. Those temp files are not recoverable.


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You can't edit the clipping path directly. Ordinariy, you will have to unset the clipping path (select clipped object, object->clip->unset), modify the path, and set the clipping again. As that may be unsuitable for most cases, one possible work around is to create a clone of the clipping path (edit->clone->create clone), and set the clonned ...


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What you are running into is one of the big differences between video and still photography/design. Video's heritage is television, which has very different technical requirements and standards. In video there is no such thing as #000. In the same way, there is no #fff, no #ff000, no #00ff00, etc.. TV and video standards do not permit levels of 0 or 255 on ...


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This is actually a function of the font files themselves. A font file can have a face name and a family name, poor developers, or perhaps just inattentive or inexperiences font developers, often apply the face name as the family name. This causes each face to be seen as a separate family. As far as I'm aware, the only way to correct the grouping is to edit ...



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