Extrude and bevel defaults

Community Beginner ,
Mar 01, 2022 Mar 01, 2022

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Hi there,

Just wanted to know if there is any option to change the extrude and bevel default settings..
defaults are depth 50pt I want it to be 20pt as default setting and bevel to be turned on as default.

Thanks in advance for the replies..

 

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Community Beginner , Mar 01, 2022 Mar 01, 2022
Finally found the solution, The copy command will always will be in memory and the document with object and style which i created should be open all the time, I just need to start the action with paste>clear>select all(this comand selects my png file)> apply graphic style>export as png undo the above steps > close. This is the batching procedure... Thanks a lot guys..

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Mar 01, 2022 Mar 01, 2022

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You could create an object with these settings and save it as an Graphic Style.

Apply the Graphic Style with the Alt key to add it to the existing style.

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Thank you for the response,

 

I did as above and saved it as a new style, next when i try to batch multiple files that style does not get applied eventhough that style shows up in actions.. Any solution ?

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Does the Style also show up in the Graphic Styles panel?

Styles are document/preset dependend.

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That is the problem, No it does not show in the graphic style panel, but the style is available in graphic library,
At the time of batch whenever a document opens, its gone from graphic style panel.

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You need to set up a graphic style in whatever document preset you are using instead of using a library.

Are these preexisting documents?

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Yes these are pre existing documents. I think, I will have to replace the default graphics style with my style somwhere in the preferences folder.. Any idea how to change the default style ?

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You can do that for new documents by editing the document profile, but not for existing ones.

This process would need some way of getting the graphic style in -- I'm not sure if that's possible.

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To get the style in:

Create a document with an object and that style and save it on the desktop.

Create an action that opens that document, copies the object and closes that document.

Paste the object into the document you want to have the style and delete the object.

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I tried this, But i wont be able to batch in this case i guess.
Let me be clear i have around 2000+ png files, i need to batch all these files with the graphic style i created and save it another folder as png. 
In the above case when I

"Create a document with an object and that style and save it on the desktop.
Create an action that opens that document, copies the object and closes that document.

Paste the object into the document you want to have the style and delete the object"
But how will the batch open the document i created and the files in folders everytime ?

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Finally found the solution, The copy command will always will be in memory and the document with object and style which i created should be open all the time,
I just need to start the action with paste>clear>select all(this comand selects my png file)> apply graphic style>export as png undo the above steps > close. This is the batching procedure... Thanks a lot guys..

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Good to hear you've got it working.

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