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Posting feature requests for software on StackExchange is not a good use of everyone's time. Please use the appropriate tracker for this at https://inkscape.org/report . If you use CSS classes, though, you can create selection sets that are re-selectable. But whether you use them depends a lot on the purpose and structure of the drawing and upon your ...


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As far as I know, there's no way to save selections, or redo them. Also Inkscape's undo history doesn't record selections, only physical moves/edits/changes. A possible workaround if you don't want to use groups, is to use layers instead. In the Objects panel you can lock layers you don't want to be selectable, then Ctrl+A(select all) will only select ...


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Answer sourced from MangaHelpers forum thread by nzz Assuming the selection is already made: Select the Magic Wand tool. Right click the canvas and select "Make work path" with a tolerance of 0.5. Select the Pen tool. Ctrl + left click the canvas to deselect all paths. Ctrl + left click the outermost path that makes up the selection you want. ...


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From here: https://community.adobe.com/t5/photoshop/shortcut-for-quot-select-visible-pixels-quot/m-p/2434220#M8305 Ctrl+clicking (Cmd + click on Mac) on the layer thumbnail works just make sure that you do it on the thumbnail itself


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In Photoshop use the Pen Tool to make a shape. Make sure you set the Pen Tool to "Shape" in the tool options along the top. Example Note: in Illustrator, you would also use the Pen Tool for this. In Illustrator all vector objects are shapes (closed paths), or open paths. There's no specific "shape" setting.


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Holding the Ctrl switches almost any tool to Move Tool, Alt-modifier of the Move Tool allows to duplicate current layer/selection — voilà the theory. There are a lot of shortcuts like that: holding Alt while opening adjustment dialogs (like Levels or Curves) opens the dialog window with the last used settings; holding Alt while using Free Transform applies ...


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As far as I'm aware, it's not possible to limit Select > Same to a specific artboard. However, you can lock everything else first. There is a somewhat hidden shortcut.... Select all objects on the artboard you want to use Hold the Command/Ctrl+Option/Alt+Shift keys and hit the 2. This command will "lock others", i.e. anything not selected....


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