Handling clipping art bounds such that export the clipped artwork export only what's visible.
The straight up export of a PNG or even Export to screens fails to export WYSIWYG. The clipping masks do not hold. Export to JPG, Tiff, PDF, fine. Export to PNG, artwork masked off shows up in the export. This bug began in 2015.3 and persists into the latest 2018? CC just released. The preview in the PNG export dialog looks fine. The final file does not match it however.
Thomas Frogh commented
Hello. I installed the new 23.0.4 version today and the problem is still there. Both Export As and Export for Screens produce PNG files where the layer clipping masks are not preserved in the rasterizing process. JPG works fine. What is really interesting, the preview of what the PNG will look like in the dialogs looks right.
I have masked artwork that clips part of an image. Export using screens as png shows the masked artwork.
Export as Using Artboards does as well.
Export as (not with artboard) shows the proper export I was expecting but not the size artboard size.
MORE INFO ON THIS THREAD (hard to explain and already explained it)
I share this brain dead issue. My png exports are all trimmed where there should be white space border around art. This bug has apparently contaminated Photoshop CC as well, dating back to 2018, possibly earlier. Never used to happen in shrink-wrapped Adobe products. et's go, geniuses! This is an unwelcome BUG.
Gökhan Eser commented
Please now fix the **** program. There is something not going right. I can't even edit and select on the Export Screen.
Also very slow, and bulky. It's getting worse every update. I hope you don't lose leadership.
Where is that old illustrator??
I'm waiting six seconds even when I open a New File. This program needs speed and practice, absolutely.
I'm really sorry.
Retina 4K, 21.5-inch, 2017
3,6 GHz Intel Core i7 16 GB 2400 MHz DDR4
Radeon Pro 560 4096 MB
Same here. The only way to retain the mask is to export each aboard individually using the SAVE FOR WEB (LEGACY). This is not only annoying it is obviously not the work flow Adobe want you to adopt.
yup. Same here