A way merge group objects into a single object and the ability to rename objects and grouped items.3 votes
You can use Cmd or Ctrl+G to group objects together. Grouped objects can be moved together and you can assign materials to the whole group.
I usually do something else while rendering a scene, so it would be great if you add a simple pop-up by completing a rendering process.1 vote
Hello! When a render is complete you should get both an in-app and an OS level notification. However, notifications don’t hang around for too long, they just pop up for a second or two. Are you not seeing a notification when completing a render?
Please add scroll inversion to the options. As someone who primarily works in Illustrator and Photoshop, the zoom being inverted on the mouse wheel makes me zoom out when I want to zoom in too often.1 vote
Please see the preferences for this option.
Mac > Adobe Dimension CC Menu > Preferences
Windows > Edit Menu > Preferences
Under the “Viewport” section you can enable the Invert Scroll Direction option.
I think It would be cool if the panels had a way of closing. like the red, yellow, green buttons. I currently have the "Background" panel displayed but I am not sure how to close it.1 vote
Hmm, Dimension doesn’t have a background panel, so I’m not sure what you’re referring to. Currently in Design Mode there are 5 panels: Assets, Creative Cloud Libraries, Scene, Actions, and Properties.
Each of these panels can be opened and closed using the triangle disclosure icon at the top-right corner of the panel. Panels also have sections which can be collapsed and expanded using the triangle at the top-right corner of each section.
The Constrain Proportions chain UI element is really not obviously on/off.
It's a really small target for the mouse, too.
It would be great if it would get keyboard focus like InDesign does. ⌘-return activates it in InDesign. Really great.1 vote
The ‘link’ icon for constrained proportions has been updated to be a lock/unlock for a bit more visual distinction.
No Cmnd H (hide) key command1 vote
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)
Cmd+H now appropriately hides the application on Mac.
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