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Duplicate objects

have the option of duplicate object faster such as ctrl+D instead of copy and paste

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    Melvin Guerrero shared this idea  ·   ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    completed  ·  AdminJeanette Mathews (Product Manager, Dimension) responded  · 

    Hello all! Project Felix 0.2.0 is available today with a slew of updates and enhancements (you can see the full list here: https://helpx.adobe.com/beta/project-felix/using/whats-new.html)

    In the newest version you can use Cmd/Ctrl + D to duplicate an object in place or if you’re using the transformation tools you can hold down the Alt button during move, rotate or scale to create a duplicate during movement.

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      • Ares Hovhannesyan commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I have to place it relative to floor as only floor (ground plane( can be initial orientation for determination of back /front.

      • AdminJeanette Mathews (Product Manager, Dimension) commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        So imagine a situation where you have a box on the ground but you're looking at it a little bit from the top angle so you can see the floor. Now you do a copy in back command. Should the duplicate box be placed behind the option at the angle of your camera or would you expect it to stay aligned with the floor?

      • AdminJeanette Mathews (Product Manager, Dimension) commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        @Ares - can you expand? Because Illustrator and Photoshop are layer based, copy pasting in front/back puts it in the layer stack order which puts it 'in front' or 'in back'. Since 3D space is based on your camera's point of view, where would you expect it to be placed?

        Physically in 'front/back' of your camera?
        Physically in 'front/back' of the object in a scene?

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