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  1. I'm importing an Illustrator 8 file via Merge Objects but am having a curious problem. The Illustrator artwork consists of several shapes. When I bring the file in, I have the default "Connect Splines" selected. Everything imports as it should...except two of the shapes are combined into one spline path. I've tried going back into Illustrator and putting the shapes onto separate layers, moving the order of the layers, grouping/ungrouping, etc. Same result every time. The two shapes do overlap visually and ara aligned together...but again, they are on separate layers in Illustrator so that shouldn't be a problem. Strangely, there is a third shape that is also aligned with (and overlaps) the other two, but this imports into C4D just fine. C4D gives it it's own path. Any idea what could be causing this?
  2. Got it. So looks like there's no way to do exactly what I want to do. Will follow one of the other methods. Thanks all for the responses!
  3. So basically I do have to group them? I wanted to see if there was a way to do it WITHOUT grouping.
  4. I have a seen with a few dozen boxes. I'd like to disable a bunch of them. Now, I know how to select multiple boxes. But when I click the green check mark to disable them, only the object I clicked on is disabled. The others still have the green check box next to them (are enabled, I can see them). I did a few searches and some suggestions where to group the objects and then disable the group. But that brings up other problems for me down the road in terms of organization. Anyway to disable multiple objects without grouping, or do I have to do each one individually? Thanks!



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