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    +1 This issue drives me nuts on a monthly basis sorry.

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    +1

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    This is a constant frustration if you have to work on files from other people.

    We need all of the font find/replace options from InDesign - why force us to do this nonsense by hand? It's truly mind-numbing sorry.

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    @Rene Andritsch - Couldn't agree more, switching out any kind of asset (font, image, clip etc) should be as painless as possible.

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    As above, InDesign does this beautifully but some apps lag way behind when it comes to asset management.

    e.g. You own Trade Gothic Cond Bold, but not the same version that's been specified in the file you've received.

    But the font the warning dialogue upon open offers no options to replace fonts. So now you have to open each pre-comp shown under 'Missing Fonts' and change the font in EVERY SINGLE LAYER one-at-a-time by hand.

    The whole promise of CS Suite, and now CC, was to standardise features across apps, that's how long we've been waiting - decades.

    It's 2019, we can do better right?

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    I can't believe there's no built-in shortcut to zoom-in to the selected clip.

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    I can't even believe there's no built-in shortcut to zoom in to the selected clip.

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    I too have this issue intermittently. The workaround is to switch to a different layout, then switch back and click the mask in effect controls. Now the mask can be moved/edited.

    Lot's of people complaining about this bug, here's a thread that goes back to 2016: https://forums.adobe.com/thread/2233115

    Unacceptable.

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    I too have this issue intermittently. The workaround is to switch to a different layout, then switch back and click the mask in effect controls. Now the mask can be moved/edited.

    Lot's of people complaining about this bug, here's a thread that goes back to 2016: https://forums.adobe.com/thread/2233115

    Unacceptable.

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    This is also an issue for me (and many others on forums). Switching to the 'Effects' workspace seems bring the handles back but it's frustrating. Please fix ASAP.

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    I too have this issue intermittently. The workaround is to switch to a different layout, then switch back and click the mask in effect controls. Now the mask can be moved/edited.

    Lot's of people complaining about this bug, here's a thread that goes back to 2016: https://forums.adobe.com/thread/2233115

    Unacceptable.

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