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So, I finally made the jump from Illustrator 8 to CS 2, and have been baffled by the behavior of Transform Again (which I used to use hundreds of times a day, I'm sure) -- if I select points with the hollow arrow and move them, Control-D no longer works to repeat my move as long as the hollow arrow is selected. Oddly enough, if I go up to the menu bar and choose "Object > Transform Again," it works as expected. Does anyone know if this is a bug, or a new "feature" of Illustrator that I'll have to ...

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    So, I finally made the jump from Illustrator 8 to CS 2, and have been baffled by the behavior of Transform Again (which I used to use hundreds of times a day, I'm sure) -- if I select points with the hollow arrow and move them, Control-D no longer works to repeat my move as long as the hollow arrow is selected.

    Oddly enough, if I go up to the menu bar and choose "Object > Transform Again," it works as expected.

    Does anyone know if this is a bug, or a new "feature" of Illustrator that I'll have to get used to?

    (Also, I notice that you can no longer use the Average function to align two pieces of type -- I realize you can do it with the "Align" palette, but it was quite convenient to just hit Control-Alt-J to line things up. Alas ...)
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    Matt_Ericson@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Let's all do the Illustrator Shuffle. It's one step forward, two steps back.
    Scott_Falkner@adobeforums.com Guest

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