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    Andrewtb333 commented  · 

    I'm actually wondering if this should be considered a bug rather than a feature request, as I don't see why it would have been deliberately changed (and used to work like requested).

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    Andrewtb333 commented  · 

    Got my computer re-imaged with the latest Windows 10 so I could install 2019, and the palettes are still rolled up when ID opens. Why??

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    Wow, I'm overwhelmed by the response. Extra info: this only happens when InDesign opens in full-screen mode: if it opens not maximised, the palettes are arranged how I left them.

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    Andrewtb333 commented  · 

    In case the latest comments don't make sense, they were in response to an Adobe person marking this as "solved" by suggesting that we could assign a shortcut key to one of the "transform" functions. That part of it seems to have disappeared (or not been part of the conversation here, as it announced itself via an email and a link to response let here).

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    This isn’t really the same thing. Word can repeat something like “apply that paragraph style” or “insert a table row”. I already have F4 assigned to “transform again individually” or whatever it is so that if I move or resize an object I can repeat it, but it only applies in limited scenarios.

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    Andrewtb333 commented  · 

    OK, imagine you're making a map and have everything on two layers: "Shapes" and "Text". Text is at the top. You make information bubbles that are always on top of everything else, which consist of a circle and a text box over it, on their respective layers. Group them so they are always moved together.

    We then later on make another layer called "Images" at the top and place images on it. We want the images to be on top of the shapes, but now they cover the information bubbles, which are supposed to be the topmost things. So create another layer called "Bubbles", select all the bubbles and drag them to the "Bubbles" layer which is now the top layer.

    The important thing here is that I have moved these grouped objects to a new layer, so in my mind they have been re-homed.

    Later on I decide that I want the proportions of the bubbles to be different, with a bigger circle but the text the same. I ungroup the objects, and any of them that are on top of an image now disappear because they have gone back to their original layers.

    My suggestion is that once a grouped object has been moved to a new layer, the objects it consists of should permanently be moved there and given the stack order that it had based on the previous layer assignments.

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