Default rotation settings in 3D revolve

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Feb 23, 2022 Feb 23, 2022

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When applying  'effect > 3D & materials > revolve'   there is a selection of default preset rotation settings. It is possible to choose custom rotation and edit however i was wondering if it is possible to save a custom rotation?

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Adobe Community Professional , Feb 23, 2022 Feb 23, 2022
You could save a graphic style.

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Adobe Community Professional , Feb 23, 2022 Feb 23, 2022
Once you set the rotation as you want it, you could then save it as a Graphic Style, which can be appled to other objects. I don't know that there is another way of saving a rotation preset. To save as a Graphic Style, open the panel (Window > Graphic Styles) and with your customized object selected, click the plus button to create a Graphic Style (which is basically saving all of the appearance settings for that object, including the 3D effect). To apply a Graphic Style to another object, click...

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You could save a graphic style.

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Thanks so much for the help 🙂

 

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Once you set the rotation as you want it, you could then save it as a Graphic Style, which can be appled to other objects. I don't know that there is another way of saving a rotation preset.

To save as a Graphic Style, open the panel (Window > Graphic Styles) and with your customized object selected, click the plus button to create a Graphic Style (which is basically saving all of the appearance settings for that object, including the 3D effect). To apply a Graphic Style to another object, click the saved graphic style thumbnail - or hold option/alt to keep the appearance of the current object (like it's color) while adding the graphic style.

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Thanks so much for the info and insurucitons. This has worked and made my life much easier! much appreciated 🙂

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