Illustrator (Desktop) Bugs
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White-to-black gradients in opacity masks don’t go fully transparent
For opacity masks, 100% White should represent a 100% absence of masking and 100% Black should represent 100% masking (like in Photoshop).
The current system in Illustrator seems very unintuitive and flawed – a basic white to black gradient does not even totally obscure an image/object at one end of the gradient.
It shouldn't be the case that you then have further reduce the opacity of the gradient colours to achieve a standard gradient effect.6 votes
Make sure you use RGB black instead of Grayscale black in your gradients when making opacity mask in a RGB-based document to avoid shallow blacks and not fading to a complete zero.
More on that in the comments.
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Freeform Gradient doesn't transform correctly High Sierra (macOS 10.13)
Freeform Gradient points should transform relative to path. Gradient does not transform as expected.2 votesResolved (Comments Open) · Ashutosh Chaturvedi responded
Freeform gradiets work with a limitation moment the gradient point goes outside the object boundary the freeform gradient doffusion point is deleted.
Effect 3D Rotate perspective error
With Effects/3D Rotate, Illustrator can't render a placed image using a high perspective value. The image is all distorted. See screenshots:1 vote
Thanks for reporting this issue, Illustrator Team really appreciate this.
To adjust the perspective, enter a value between 0 and 160 in the Perspective text box. A smaller angle is similar to a telephoto camera lens; a larger lens angle is similar to a wide-angle camera lens. A lens angle that is higher than 150 may result in objects extending beyond your point of view and appearing distorted
For more details please refer to link: https://helpx.adobe.com/in/illustrator/using/creating-3d-objects.html#extrude_bevel_options
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