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    35 comments  ·  Illustrator (Desktop) Bugs » Performance  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

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    It turns out the problem is fixed only partially in 26.3.1, only for some users, and the performance remains slow when grid is rendered with lines or dots in Outline mode. This applies to zooming, panning and ghosting of objects being moved.

    Please help the team by providing your specs and answers to these questions:

    1. Does it work fine with grid as dots in Preivew / Outline mode?

    2. Does it differ from grid as lines in these modes?

    3. What is slow for you exactly? How severe?

    4. Is there a difference if you disable 'Grids In Back' option?

    5. What are you lines/subdivisions settings?

    And any other related feedback is appreciated. Let's track it down and get this really fixed.

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    Marc commented  · 

    I should have mentioned that if I hide the grid I can successfully view in outline mode.

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    Marc commented  · 

    When trying to view outline mode (command-y) with an illustrator document that has a grid, it locks up illustrator and I get the beach ball balloon and "Illustrator not responding" so I have to force quit.

    Illustrator 25.3.1

    MacBook Pro 16-inch, 2019
    2.4 GHz 8-Core Intel Core i9
    64 GB 2667 Mhz DDR4
    AMD Radeon Pro 5500m 8GB
    Intel UHD Graphics 630 1536 MB

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    We have passed this request along to Grammarly and that while Grammarly thought it would be useful, they’re unable to prioritize it at this time.

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    Marc commented  · 

    There is a thing called MindGrammar Pro 2.5 that supposedly works for Indesign - it costs $149. Anyone here try it? Does it actually work?

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