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    AdminEgor Chistyakov (Admin, Adobe Illustrator) commented  · 

    Does not happen in the latest Beta and PR builds.

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    AdminEgor Chistyakov (Admin, Adobe Illustrator) commented  · 

    My bad.
    I forgot to mention this got broken in the latest GA release and then fixed in the Beta 28.6 build 62: http://illustrator.uservoice.com/forums/601447/suggestions/35245114

    Have no idea why the team holds it from being pushed into the main release...

    Regarding Save for Web — ah, so you compare Save for Web in PS with Export for Screens! Well, then yes.
    Well, as you know, Ai has its win Export > Save for Web (Legacy), It has ALMOST the same controls, and allows PNG dither controls, preview, but no proper profile management (there is a separate report on this you voted for — http://illustrator.uservoice.com/forums/601447/suggestions/34662151)...
    But sure, it does not allow handling several pieces at once.

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    AdminEgor Chistyakov (Admin, Adobe Illustrator) commented  · 

    I bet Ps calculates the bounds of the pasted artwork on its own side, no matter how Ai handles it.
    I am almost sure it’s just a coincidence and encourage you to log or upvote an existing request for Ps at their side. The last time we tried it, Ps team discovered they can’t paste layers directly, and quickly developed a way to handle them (well, mostly). So this can work in this case as well. The more we push Adobe, all parties involved, the better. Please do it!

    I do not think these are better merge. The practice shows when these are clumped in more generalized request, the team tends to provide the laziest on-top solution, ignoring the shades and variants. In some other case I am all into merging, but here I hesitate...

    Several years ago we were able to persuade the team to respect the clipping mask’s bounds for Export and Rasterize.
    So in this case you could have rasterize it directly in Ai and the unembed the result into a file. There are other solutions and workflows, but there are so many differences between expectations we have about exporting... I can’t tell if these fit yours :)

    Also, I am curious — why do you think Photoshop’s Save for Web is superior?

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    AdminEgor Chistyakov (Admin, Adobe Illustrator) commented  · 

    No, older version of Ai behave exactly the same way. Checked this with several of these, down to CS1.
    It does not matter which paste method is used, and drag-n-drop behaves the same.

    I agree with the request, and there are several related ones on a similar topic:
    1. If a symbol contains clipping groups or freeform gradients, its bounding box is calculated based on bounds of clipped contents, not masks — http://illustrator.uservoice.com/forums/601447/suggestions/43447725
    2. Add an option for the Layers panel to show tight bound thumbnails for clipping groups — https://illustrator.uservoice.com/forums/601447/suggestions/48231464
    3. Make Envelope Distort to ignore the clipped part of a clipping group — http://illustrator.uservoice.com/forums/333657/suggestions/48608672
    etc.

    ...but I suspect it’s something Photoshop should handle. If you add a request at the Photoshop forums (https://community.adobe.com/t5/photoshop-ecosystem-ideas/how-do-i-write-a-feature-request/idi-p/12384447 — I encourage you to do it) — please share a link here in the comments below, so that other users could vote for it there.

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    AdminEgor Chistyakov (Admin, Adobe Illustrator) commented  · 

    This is similar to a problem I have when export only some artboards — I don’t see the numbers.
    I have to cancel the dialog, switch to Artboard Tool, and check manually which ones I need to export.
    Ideally, I’d like to export (and the same to be applied to this request) not only the current, but selected, if several are.
    Would you agree?

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    AdminEgor Chistyakov (Admin, Adobe Illustrator) commented  · 

    Philipp, some of these things were already requested here:
    1. Magic Wand Tolerance should remember previous settings — http://illustrator.uservoice.com/forums/333657/suggestions/35662705
    2. Add checkbox to modify Magic Wand tool so you can select from "Active" or "All Artboards" — http://illustrator.uservoice.com/forums/333657/suggestions/36906187
    3. Allow Magic Wand to select items only currently visible in the viewport — http://illustrator.uservoice.com/forums/333657/suggestions/43871076
    I added you as a voter to all of these.

    As for the other parts of this entry — as far as I know, nobody requested these before.
    Even though these a re quite clear to me, please log each one as a separate request and provide more details for each.
    One idea per entry is mandatory — this will help to flesh these out for the team and other users.

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    AdminEgor Chistyakov (Admin, Adobe Illustrator) commented  · 

    Yep, it is more aggressive in its fitting, I noticed this as well.

    I extracted the error message report into a separate report: http://illustrator.uservoice.com/forums/939477/suggestions/48635381 — please add more details on the bug there, if you have any.

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    AdminEgor Chistyakov (Admin, Adobe Illustrator) commented  · 

    Tommaso, some changes we made into the way Pencil handles smoothing in the latest Beta, with the Live Feedback option enabled in the tool’s options.
    Can you please check it and see if this matches the idea you have for smoothing? If not — please comment back on it in general.
    In any case — kindly demonstrate the cases where you feel the current smoothing fails you and explain why.

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    AdminEgor Chistyakov (Admin, Adobe Illustrator) commented  · 

    Kokoh, press Enter with the Brush tool picked or double-click the Brsuh tool icon to open the Options dialog.
    Now see if you have the Edit Selected Path option enabled (it is by default). Then study the 'Within' slider and value below — it defines how close a new path should be from the one that is selected for Ai to treat it like fixing it.

    So, you draw new paths too close to the original one, forcing Ai to replace them completely.
    Either disable 'Keep Selected' option, or 'Edit Selected Path', or tweak the 'Within' value, or don’t draw new paths that close. Any of these should work.

    Please comment back if it does though!

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    AdminEgor Chistyakov (Admin, Adobe Illustrator) commented  · 

    Actually... I just replicated it. Take a look at the file attached.
    I won’t be able to explain you the problem you had, but at least you can try to study it at your side.
    The clipping mask is a compound path (not a compound shape! the difference is rather large).
    The object on the left is my original art I created it from — it’s just a bunch of circles. To make this original compound path to work like this, I opened Attributes panel and toggled Fill Rule to be Even-Odd (with the object selected) — this makes it alternate filled and unfilled region.
    Then I used Divide button in Pathfinder (with the option 'Divide and Outline Will Remove Unpainted Artwork' enabled, to get rid of unfilled holes (disabled by default). I removed the unneeded parts (notice that some very tiny ones can happen), ungrouped, and then used Object > Compound Path > Make command to assemble it back.
    You don’t have to use the same method.

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    AdminEgor Chistyakov (Admin, Adobe Illustrator) commented  · 

    I try to download it, but the file is rather large, and the connection drops often :(
    Perhaps you can remove the image from a file, leaving only the paths you want to use for clipping? This should make it much more lighter.

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    AdminEgor Chistyakov (Admin, Adobe Illustrator) commented  · 

    Anna, it seems like UserVoice is blocking the upload you make for some reason. They have some strict security policies...
    Would you mind uploading the file someplace else and share a link instead?
    While you are at it, can you tell me (just in case the file won’t get through still), what exactly IS your clipping mask? Is it a group? A compound path? A compound shape?

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    AdminEgor Chistyakov (Admin, Adobe Illustrator) commented  · 

    Can you please share a test file and point at the image you are trying to replicate?
    I will try to reassemble it to match it and to find out what a problem was.

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    AdminEgor Chistyakov (Admin, Adobe Illustrator) commented  · 

    Plus this proposal is just TOO DEEP. It’s a dropdown with three options! Why not a radio group with all three choices visible all at once?

    I’d prefer to have these directly in the dialog BEFORE this one.
    It’s a rather important choice, and pushing it below another choice, when we actively search for the file, won’t get noticed by many, even though some related options are already there...

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    AdminEgor Chistyakov (Admin, Adobe Illustrator) commented  · 

    Not enough.

    InDesign has a dedicated 'Relink to Folder' menu command — which basically works as 'Replace + Search ... in This Folder', but doesn’t require to have links missing!
    Here is the request about having it — https://illustrator.uservoice.com/forums/333657-illustrator-desktop-feature-requests/suggestions/39739852-add-relink-to-folder-to-the-links-panel-as-in — and notice a free script exists to do it — https://github.com/sky-chaser-high/adobe-illustrator-scripts#relinkToFolder

    Then, we might need to replace selected images (linked or not) with ONE another chosen link (this is exactly what users are crying about now) — but without using the mentioned 'delete to trigger the dialog' workaround (it IS a workaround).
    And here is the request about having it — https://illustrator.uservoice.com/forums/333657/suggestions/34174264 ! Plus, again, there is a free script to do it — https://github.com/dumbm1/ai_scripts/blob/master/ord/fastRelink/fast_relink.jsx !

    What about the cursed Libraries, Batch relinking FROM a library?
    There is a request — https://illustrator.uservoice.com/forums/333657/suggestions/31902295 . This time no free script, because Libraries is a barred bunker with no ESTK support (sigh).

    Why not giving dedicated menu commands for all of those, along with the redesigning 'missing' dialog?
    So we have these command in Links’ menu:
    Relink
    Relink Selected
    Relink to Folder
    Relink File Extension
    Relink from CC Libraries
    Relink Selected from CC Libraries
    Notice how it says 'Libraries' (like the panel is called and how InDesign spells it), and not 'Library'.
    Notice Libraries are shoved into the bottom, because local is more important than cloud (and always will be), and that’s how InDesign handles it.

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    AdminEgor Chistyakov (Admin, Adobe Illustrator) commented  · 

    Adam, this one is a pretty recent change... They had the option at some point, but then dropped, because were not aware of the 'replace with one image' trick we started to use it for. The problem with the actual mass relinking to existing links was an old one, true, but this particular report is not about it.

    And it IS going to be redeemed, as I am aware, soon enough. Fingers crossed.

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    AdminEgor Chistyakov (Admin, Adobe Illustrator) commented  · 

    Demos are cool. Here is one showing how Fast Relink script works.

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    AdminEgor Chistyakov (Admin, Adobe Illustrator) commented  · 

    CSievers, the free Fast Relink script by Marat Shagiev I mention in a comment in the link below, allows to avoid repetitive operations TODAY. I am not saying it’s a final solution we should be happy with, but it works.

    InDesign’s 'Relink all instances of an image' works for one image only, while the script allows to select any images. Was Apply to All able to do that? I think I never tried even.

    @ajabon grinsmith in the previous thread showed an interesting example with relinking many different images to another folder with different files having same names... but I believe this IS possible with the current 'Search for missing links in this folder', nope? Should recheck.

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    AdminEgor Chistyakov (Admin, Adobe Illustrator) commented  · 

    BTW, there is this special dedicated request:
    Relink / replace all instances of the same image at once
    http://illustrator.uservoice.com/forums/333657/suggestions/34174264

    It won’t allow to achieve all the things users were able to do with Apply to / Replace All, as I see it, but anyway.

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    AdminEgor Chistyakov (Admin, Adobe Illustrator) commented  · 

    Arthur, create a 'triangle' with Star tool creates a 'self-collapsed' star, a continuous path with 6 points. You can check yourself with Direct Selection tool.
    To create a proper triangle, you should use Polygon tool instead.

    However, I agree this is not OK — please also upvote this entry, if you agree: Making a regular triangle with Star tool duplicates the path — http://illustrator.uservoice.com/forums/601447/suggestions/48207539

    The Debug Assert is not great AT ALL. I will try to inform the team. Thanks!

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    AdminEgor Chistyakov (Admin, Adobe Illustrator) commented  · 

    Two related requests:
    1. Disable all "Generative AI" marketing popups — http://illustrator.uservoice.com/forums/333657/suggestions/47696468
    2. Remove Text to Vector from Properties panel — http://illustrator.uservoice.com/forums/333657/suggestions/47638688
    Please upvote them, if you agree.

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    AdminEgor Chistyakov (Admin, Adobe Illustrator) commented  · 

    Paul, the section is collapsible, you can minimize it, effectively making it just a 'button'.
    What makes you want to hide it completely, if that’s what you are asking about?

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    It is a mere rendering bug, as far as I understand it. Am I right thinking the coordinates match exactly?
    Does it behave differently if you enable CPU Preview instead of GPU one?

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    AdminEgor Chistyakov (Admin, Adobe Illustrator) commented  · 

    This would require a video recording of the way it works, the test file, along with the list of snapping options you have enabled: Snap to Point, Smart Guides, 'Highlight anchors on mouse over' (even though it’s not technically a snapping option, it DOES influence the snapping), etc.

    It’s not that I don’t know what you are talking about, but the proofs are required to help to nudge the problem.
    The more evidence we have to show the team, the better our chances are.

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    AdminEgor Chistyakov (Admin, Adobe Illustrator) commented  · 

    Rasmus, Help > About Illustrator should show you the build number.
    What GPU do you have specifically? Can you please share a test file that gives such a garbage rendering?

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    AdminEgor Chistyakov (Admin, Adobe Illustrator) commented  · 

    Mark, thanks for the investigation. Fells like it :(

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    This also happens when you are moving objects with a style to a document that already have same exact styles in then.

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    Kayla, can you share a test file with this path only included, so the team can check it? A screenshot is good to have (thanks!), but without the actual file it won’t really help to evaluate the problem. Kindly share it.

    Also — if you toggle the Preview mode from GPU to CPU — is there any difference? If yes, please also share your full OS and GPU specs.

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    AdminEgor Chistyakov (Admin, Adobe Illustrator) commented  · 

    Do you refer to Ai on iPad, or to Ai for Desktop?
    If the latter — can you please show a screenshot of the button you mean? Perhaps it’s a translation’s fault, but I can’t understand which one you mean.

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    AdminEgor Chistyakov (Admin, Adobe Illustrator) commented  · 

    Kristaps, does it happen with the latest global availability build, 28.5?
    Does it happen for all the documents you try to export, or only this one?
    Does it help to change a format or export parameters, like resolution, color mode, etc?
    What Export method do you use — Export for Screens, Export As, Save for Web, a custom script?
    Can you share the parameters used, a test file you can reproduce this problem with?

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    AdminEgor Chistyakov (Admin, Adobe Illustrator) commented  · 

    What a great request.
    Some of these were indeed mentioned here and there in separate entries, but some of these (being absolutely worth it) — weren’t.
    Voted.

    Some of the hiccups you describe can be avoided with a plugin tools from Astute Graphics suite. They have to build over the existing tech, so some issues can’t be resolved by these tools — like the hole-patching on tight curves — but some other things you never mentioned can be done, and controls are fine. If you deal with these often, I advise you to at least check it out: https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=widthscribe

    I won’t split this request into separate ideas, but I’d appreciate you making new entries here as split ones: these usually are easier to vote for, to evaluate, and to search for.

    And huge thanks for making it in the first place, welcome. Do not hesitate to vote for existing entries here. It matters.

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