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Should we have a canonical "Plexus Network" (polygon lines and dots) question & answer pair?

I've seen a number of repeated questions around the general Plexus Network topic, mostly of the "what is this called and how to make it?" variety, some specific to motion graphics like After Effects, ...
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Can we have a canonical "Adobe shortcuts" question?

I see frequently questions similar to "What's the shortcut for this in X" or How to add shortcut key in Illustrator. A lot of times it's either Illustrator / Photoshop / Indesign, and it's always the ...
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How should we handle canonical Q&As?

As of a week ago, we have a canonical tag. The Q&As in that tag (now two) are intended serve as an instrument for closing as duplicate any questions (usually about basic knowledge) that get asked ...
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Canonical proposal - mockups

Per this meta I'm proposing to make this question a Canonical, so it can be used as a dupe hammer for similar questions like 'how do I mockup', 'free mockup tool', 'present photorealistic logo', etc. ...
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Making a canonical question about pixels and resolution

EDIT 10/07: Community bumped this Q, but I think we should first resolve the issues around closure before proceeding with this. Following up on Vincent's proposal here I'm starting a list of ...
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Make "How can I know what fonts a website is using?" a canonical

Note, I'm making this post due to this meta post. For discussion of whether or not to handle canonicals in this way, please discuss there. I'd like to add the question How can I know what fonts a ...
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How should we handle questions comparing a logo made to other logos?

I've seen a bunch of questions essentially asking, "My logo is similar to another... is it okay??" The answer to each is something like, "Regardless of copyright/legal issues, it's not a good idea to ...