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    Kelly commented  · 

    Thanks for the script idea. It may be helpful in some situations, but it doesn't exactly solve the issue, since it resets everything and I could almost just as easily re-import the image.

    The problem is the most troublesome when an image is stretched out of proportion and I need to square it back up again.

    To answer your question about the Scaling tool, yes the scaling tool is good for scaling an object to a specific percentage, but it always starts at 100%, even if an image was previously scaled. With Indesign and Photoshop, there is the ability to see whatever percentage an object had been scaled to and adjust it to something else. For instance, if an image was scaled to 84% and I wanted it to be 88% instead, I could just change it to 88% instead of using my calculator to figure out that I need to scale it up 104.762%.

    If Adobe were to add the ability to adjust the scaling, it would solve the whole problem, because an image that had been scaled to 67% horizontal and 72% vertical could easily be adjusted to 70% for both, or whatever was desired, thus squaring up the pixels.

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    Please add a way to modify the scaling of a linked image after it's been placed into Illustrator. Sometimes, when an image gets out of proportion, it is difficult to get it back in proportion. Also, it would be nice to scale a link to a specific percentage. Indesign has this feature, and it would be nice to have it continue through into Illustrator as well.

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    This is definitely an annoying bug. And, the worst part about it is that it can't be undone with a single undo. Illustrator logs every little increment as an action, so it takes a multitude of undos to return it to its pre-scrolled state. Ugh.

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    Kelly commented  · 

    I just checked, and the stray pixels seem to be part of another element on my page. But, they aren't grouped to any other assets that I selected, so I don't know how they are getting included. I've tried changing the stacking order of the elements also, and it didn't help.

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    I am happy to share that we have fixed this bug in our latest release – 25.4.1 which is available worldwide now.

    Going forward, our goal is to fix as many top User-Voice bugs as possible and as frequently as possible. Given the nature of the fixes, some of the bugs will take a longer time to fix, but we are on it.

    You can update to the latest release using Creative Cloud desktop App: https://helpx.adobe.com/in/creative-cloud/help/creative-cloud-updates.html

    Thank you for all the feedback. Keep it coming!

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    Kelly commented  · 

    That's very strange with the tiny dot at the end of words. I've never seen that before; I wonder if that wasn't happening with the older versions. Perhaps that is the culprit.

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    Kelly commented  · 

    macOS 11.4
    Illustrator 25.3.1

    I recently updated my Illustrator to 25.3.1, and now when I go to edit the text in my files, I get the error, "This text was created in a different version of Illustrator. Editing the text may cause some changes to your text layout. Basic formatting will not be affected. Do you want to continue?"

    I did some tests on the files to try to determine what is happening. It seems to be affecting text with Optical Kerning, and it is tightening up all the word spacing. With some fonts, it is almost to the point where the spaces are non-existent. This is a big problem, because it is drastically changing the text flow and wraps of all my files that are actively being reviewed for approval. The text that had its kerning set to Auto was unaffected.

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