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    Cubelodyte commented  · 

    Forgive me if I'm over-simplifying the greater request here, but I have a workaround for updating multiple objects (the reason I found this post). This, of course, does not solve the requested parameter of linking to objects from Photoshop or Illustrator, but it does provide a way to update the same object across multiple artboards.

    Workaround -
    If you turn the object into a symbol and then place it on all the appropriate artboards, you can update them all at once or bring in a new object and replace the existing one with it.
    This latter procedure is done by making the new object a symbol as well and then dragging it into one of the existing symbol positions.

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    Cubelodyte commented  · 

    +1 to @cjw comment
    Definitely want replace all; one symbol for another.

    In case the need isn't clear, here's a use case:

    I have a series of icons that are one color.
    In a different page setting, I need several of them to be a new color. Editing a symbol changes them everywhere. So, I need to ungroup one, change the color, turn it into a new symbol and then replace all the other instances on this new page to use the new symbol.

    Otherwise, there's a large amount of duplicate and move going on.

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