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It has been quite time-consuming when producing architecture line drawing representations. The depth of an object is represented through the different stroke weights. Every time I have to modify the stroke weights manually (i.e. perspective representation, the closer visual depth the objects have, the thicker stroke weights they have, vice versa) I expect illustrator can update this ability to automatically compute the visual depth of objects and adjust stroke weights of every geometric edges based on the rule of perspective representation! That could save life of many architecture students!1 vote
Ability to control the stroke thickness on different points on a single line, much like how the gradient works, but with stroke thickness.1 vote
Would Love to be able to select path segments with the Direct Select tool and apply, line weight and color assignments to that segment only - WITHOUT cutting the path into myriad, noncontiguous chunks.
Wishing to retain the editibity of the Path.1 vote
Please make the stroke took have a more variable width and definition ability with it’s width, points, etc.1 vote
Illustrator allows to variate a stroke width with Width Tool, as described here:
What is exactly do you want for it to be able to do that it does not do now? Please elaborate in the comments.
If you want to make a new path with 100mm x 100 mm in dimensions and and do that via the transform palette then the path shows an incorrect size (100,013 mm x 100,009 mm) but only if the path has an outline. If there is just a colour filling then the measurement is correct.
That should be corrected quickly.
OS X 10.15.6, Illustrator 24.2.31 vote
There's an option 'Used Preview Bounds' for that in Preferences, which toggles the behavior. When it’s on, Illustrator includes stroke weight into dimensions, and does not when it’s off.
Change a group of vector's stroke size relative to each other, thicker or thinner, at the same time. Like Word's font up & font down button
Change a group of vectors' stroke size relative to each other, thicker or thinner, at the same time. Like Word's font up & font down button.
Right now it's frustrating when you transform size down a drawing with multiple stroke sizes. The strokes are then too thick. But if you have multiple stroke widths, there is no way to reduce them in size relative to each other so the drawing keeps the same look.1 vote
Avoid contour crossing without vectorizing the paths and losing my paths (if I ever want to reshape my shape)1 vote
After the upgrade to version 22.1, the profile is no longer open on the stroke panel1 vote
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