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Yes. Simply choose Align to Artboard in the Align Panel or Control Bar. Then click the various align buttons.


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Just press the W key. It will give you a preview. Press it again and you'll get all the guides back.


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In CC, press the pop-out menu to enable the additional options. Select "Show Options" Select the "Align To" button and choose "Align to Artboard." After that, any objects you select and use "Align to Center" will be aligned with the center of the currently active artboard.


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To bulk-select objects on different layers using the layers palette (from CS6 on, previous versions worked), there's this work around. ithaca.andy - Instead of trying to select the layers, click and hold the "lock" icon while sliding from the first layer to the last layer you want to select.Once you've locked the layers, press Ctrl+Alt+2 to unlock the ...


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Select all layers by Pressing Ctrl + Alt + A, and then with the layers selected go to Layer>Hide layers and then Layer>Show layers. Hope this helps!


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Double-click the thumbnail icon for the text layer. This will highlight the text for editing. I think that's about as close to a shortcut as you'll get.


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First, there's no right or wrong way to set things up. It really all comes down to what you prefer. And it may take a few weeks to discover what works best for you. I often tell new tablet users to put their mouse away for a week and use only the tablet for everything. This helps acclimate you to the stylus when you've been accustomed to a mouse. What ...


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By default there is no option but I know an unused combination is Shift+Ctrl+M. You can set it by going to Keyboard Shortcuts Then it'll also show up on your menu


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You can do this in Illustrator by navigating to Edit -> Keyboard Shortcuts: You will get the Keyboard Shortcuts panel: The default view is for Tools so you will need to click the drop down and select Menu Commands: Once in menu commands you click the carat for File and navigate to Export: Click within the Shortcut till it highlights orange and then ...


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Go to Edit>>Keyboard shortcuts and assign your own shortcuts. Now you can just type the number to the corresponding opacity as we do in Photoshop. Here's my example in the image below.


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There are shortcuts for selecting the first and the last layer. Alt + . → Top layer Alt + , → Bottom layer Photoshop default keyboard shortcuts There's also a shortcut for selecting the next layer above and below: Alt + [ and Alt + ]. Additionally, there are ways to select layers from the document, which I'm a big fan of. Just point at a layer in the ...


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It may be important to realize that highlighting a layer and selecting a layer are two very different things in Illustrator. Highlighting a Layer allows you to perform layer operations, such as move the layer in the stacking order, delete the layer, duplicate the layer, etc. Highlighting a layer does not give you the ability to edit the objects in that ...


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I'm sorry to say, but it is not possible on a keyboard without a number pad. You need to use the number pad numbers, for your shortcuts, not the regular ones. You can still edit keyboard shortcuts through the Edit > Keyboard Shortcuts menu, but you can't assign Paragraph or Character Style shortcuts. I've found that using the Paragraph/Character Style ...


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This isn't a direct import option, but if you have a set of shortcuts saved on Machine A, then there will be a file [set name].kys in your prefs folder. You can copy this file to the prefs folder on Machine B, and then just go to Edit > Keyboard Shortcuts and choose your shortcut set. For a full reference of where your preferences folder is, you can ...


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Show/Hide all layers: You can use the "show all/hide all layers" by right clicking on the eyeball on any layer and selecting the "show/hide" option. It will make all the layers visible. You can also use the other shortcut mentioned above (Command + Alt + A) and then use the shortcut Command + , Show/Hide all layers but one: If you want to hide all the ...


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I used a negative value for the "First-line indent" it works like charm


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Fit in Window: Ctrl / Cmd + 0 (that's a zero).


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The "blue outlines" are known as 'Frame Edges' and their visibility can be toggled using either: Ctrl+H Main menu → View → Extras → Show/Hide Frame Edges


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Answering to my own question after two hours of research. Make any selected text layer to enter the editing mode is quite simple, just hit Ctrl + Enter (to Edit) After making changes again hit Ctrl + Enter (to Commit changes) Note: This doesn't work with Previous versions of Photoshop CC 2018 editions.


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Pretty much every Adobe app that I've used, ⌘+~ switches between documents. No idea why some are trying to overcomplicate this, when the shortcut is built-in already.


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You can swap foreground and background color with X key. Also, you can revert foreground and background colors to default (black and white) with D key - it's very handy when working with masks.


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Yes, there is, my fellow Inkscape designer. Press Ctrl/Command+Shift+P -> go to Interface -> Keyboard Shortcuts -> change shortcuts. As easy as that.


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Edit > Keyboard Shortcuts Click one of the little "download" icons... Left = Save As Right = Save a Copy This will place a file where you want it. Saving to the desktop is the easiest place. Now merely drag that .kys file onto the Photoshop application icon. Photoshop will ask you if you want to save the current key configuration... and then apply the ...


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Ctrl+1 is the shortcut for a 100% zoom. Go to View → Actual Size If you want to input a custom zoom level after pressing a shortcut, you need to use a script. var zoomLevel = prompt("Percentage:", "100"); if ( zoomLevel ) { zoomLevel = zoomLevel / 100; app.executeMenuCommand("fitin"); // Centers the artboard to the window app.activeDocument....


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A nice simple way to do this is to toggle between Normal View and Preview Mode by hitting W on the keyboard. This will also hide the bleeds, margins, and slug guides in your document. Just be careful not to press Ctrl+W as this is the Close Document shortcut.


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Shift + Click to select a color. Option + Click (Mac) / Alt + Click (Windows) to fill a shape with the selected color: ^Note: cursors aren't captured correctly in the gif above.


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Open the actions window (Window → Actions or Alt+F9), then create and record and action. Now just apply to it a hotkey (one of the function keys) Add it by going to action options. You can record actions for each type of export you'd like. It's worth it to note, that the action will always name the file the same thing (overwriting previous files) - which ...


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Creating this question FINALLY answered it for myself! See https://inkscape.org/doc/keys092.html. I was always searching for shortcuts for "Break path at selected nodes", but in the above document it is listed under the description "Break selected node(s)". Creating this question made me look for the other actions as well, some of which are listed by their ...


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Only shortcut I know of is: Select your text layer Press T Click on the text object you want to edit


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here's a one-liner script that toggles active layer visibility app.activeDocument.activeLayer.visible ^= 1; this other one-liner toggles lock/unlock app.activeDocument.activeLayer.locked ^= 1; install those 2 scripts into your default scripts folder, then create two actions to run them, assign them shortcut keys and you're all set.


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