Is there a way to push character changes from the artboard to the assets panel?

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May 16, 2022 May 16, 2022

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Example - I need to rebrand an entire family of templates with new fonts.  I want to figure out how the fonts are going to look on a template first, then push that change up to the character styles panel so every template shows that new font.

 

Right now I can only figure out how to change the font in the character styles panel, then go to a template on the artboard to see if I like the change.

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Adobe Community Professional , May 16, 2022 May 16, 2022
Hi @Dennis243824700439 , thinking what I'd do, as a fast preview, I think I'd create some copies of the file, renaming them carefully to avoid any confusions later on, or better, creating a "styles preview" etc folder and making that folder something like a styling preview/playground and then if I like the changes, reflect the changes to the original file. I liked the idea of having like a "git branch" for some variants etc in style but for now this might resolve the issue. Hope this helps!

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Hi @Dennis243824700439 , thinking what I'd do, as a fast preview, I think I'd create some copies of the file, renaming them carefully to avoid any confusions later on, or better, creating a "styles preview" etc folder and making that folder something like a styling preview/playground and then if I like the changes, reflect the changes to the original file. I liked the idea of having like a "git branch" for some variants etc in style but for now this might resolve the issue. Hope this helps!

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