Clipping Mask gets rendered wrong
MacBook Pro (Retina, 15-inch, Mid 2015)
Just recently install the macOS Monterey
Using the newest version of Illustrator 2022
The clipping mask doesn't work after I zoom in or zoom out.
It shows what is inside the clipping mask with different shapes randomly every time just like the images below. I have to move around the image to get the original shape of the clipping mask.
It works quite well in Illustrator 2018 actually.
But the Illustrator 2018 version seems can not be downloaded anymore.
I think people should be allowed to download the older version which they found most stable and familiar. Otherwise, we can only work with errors while waiting for them to be fixed.
I hope it will be taken into the consideration, thanks.
To disable GPU, try View > View using CPU, or a more permanent Preferences > Performance: uncheck GPU Performance
Also, can you please share the file? Send it over email@example.com and put the link to this report (https://illustrator.uservoice.com/forums/601447/suggestions/45042076), or attach it here directly, if you are allowed to (but keep only the important part of the document)
te yu Liang commented
The clipping mask seems to work with some simple basic shape.
The one I upload is actually an image with a lot of brush effects, it does take time to render a little, but it didn't show that error with the previous version.
I am not so sure how to disable GPU, do you have any instructions for that?
Does it happen for clipping masks with images inside only, or is it a shared behavior for any clipping mask you have in the document?
If you disable GPU — does it help?(Edited by admin)