Realtime Preview makes guides and objects without fill and stroke disappear when moving
In Illustrator 24.1 the real time editing feature makes guides or other objects that have no fill or stroke or an object with a white fill and no stroke disappear when moved.
Thhis is NO idea. It's a BUG!
Illustrator CC 24.1.2
Guide line will disappear with "drawing in real time" option in preferences activated while one will drag it. Deactivating this great , new "feature" will make it work again.
So the new SUPER DUPER feature is just as buggy as the whole software, still.
When an object is selected the object edges show. Once the object is then dragged and moved the edges disappear meaning it's hard to line up objects.
An help with this would be much appreciated.
Luís Camacho commented
I came here to post exactly about this. Objects without fill and stroke are invisible during moves.
As for white objects without strokes, they're not really invisible, but since they're a fully white object against a fully white page you can't see them while moving... but you'll see them if they go over a coloured area such as the slug.
The attached video shows both issues happening. The solution for this is simple, while dragging an object the edges should always be visible.
When drawing a guide line > why do I not see the realtime position mm somewhere in the interface? (Adobe Illustrator 2020 feature request).
Especially with a programma that is often about 100% exact sizing, this feature should definitely be in there. InDesign has this already for ages, it saves extra actions from the user, so it saves time and annoyance. Thanks!
yes this is a major pain why would they do this
I just recently moved to 2018 and was horrified to learn that the Anchors had been removed to clean things up! Now one update brought them back on an object when you touch it, but they disappear when you move the object. I used this all the time to help with alignments that involved center points of one object and different points of others. Please add this to the preferences tab as you did with the viewing of those anchors on static objects. This loss is going to cost me so much time having to align to guides...not to mention I don't want a million guides everywhere.