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It would be great to have the 'select+option' copy feature work without having to hold sdown the option key, but just toggling the option key. ie. if you want to copy something with the 'selection' tool: select the object, hit 'option' once (and release) and move copied object. Hit 'option' again if you change your mind.
In 2018 when coying and paste my objects disappear. By copying again and paste they appear. Anyone? Also: By marking an object and doubleclick rotate and rotate say 90° the object makes the same....disappear. There remains a "ghost", an orange line when you pass it with the cursor and its possible to copy, delete it and paste it again. Then it appears. Work on mac Sierra 10.12.6 Rolle
1. Drag : Please change the way it works so that it is possible to add a numeric value "after" you left your left mouse button. So the tool stays active after a Drag operation to accept numerical distance input - depending on drag/cursor direction ! That it is no more necessary to start input Numbers BEFORE you can leave the mouse button. (Left Hands stays to do shortcuts, only Right Hand switches between Mouse and Num Block numerical entries) Like : Click and hold LMB > Drag to RIGHT > release LMB > Num Block : "10,62" => Drag Distance X = 10,62 working units or Click and hold LMB > Drag to LEFT > release LMB > Num Block : "10,62" => Drag Distance X = minus 10,62 working units or Click and hold LMB > Drag to TOP > release LMB > Num Block : "10,62" => Drag Distance Y = 10,62 working units or Click and hold LMB > Drag to BOTTOM > release LMB > Num Block : "10,62" => Drag Distance Y = minus 10,62 working units So including cursor direction recognition. (In general for all Tools !) If there will not follow any numerical input and instead you do a mouse click to select or drag again it will behave as normally.