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Can someone please tell me if I need to adjust how can I deal with opacity without going in the properties section in adobe illustrator?

I am familiar with Adobe Photoshop and Figma, and we can simply do this by clicking the number pad numbers. But I don't know why adobe illustrator does not have this feature.

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Is there any other way to handle this? Thank You.

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Yes, you will need to assign your own keyboard shortcut. Go to Edit> Keyboard Shortcuts and then under Tools scroll down. You can set the Opacity in 10% increments.

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Otherwise, if you click into the percentage field for Opacity in the Properties Panel (or most any of the other of the numeric panels) you can use the up/ down arrows to increase or decrease Opacity by 1% or use shift + up/down arrow to change the opacity in 10% jumps. I use this method rather than the sliders or drop down settings because, with the preview box checked, you can visually see the results of each setting.

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