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    AdminEgor Chistyakov (Admin, Adobe Illustrator) commented  · 

    This is not made not for 'saying' it... It’s about the precision and the truth about the zoom level and the ability to zoom at the level a user needs. Some tasks require that. This is a shared behaviour across all Adobe’s apps, to display 2 decimal spaces.

    Sure, it’s more common now to hide decimal spaces... Apps that don’t do that are Inkscape (and the zoom is quite choppy), Corel Draw, Xara, Figma... Affinity Designer does this (1 decimal space).

    But honestly it never bothers me just because I don’t use animated zoom (but on desktop), and zoom levels are almost always integer for me :) My OCD would surely go bananas!

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    1 comment  ·  Illustrator (Desktop) Bugs » Strokes  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    AdminEgor Chistyakov (Admin, Adobe Illustrator) commented  · 

    This is most likely a GPU rendering issue. Please try to switch to CPU mode (View > Preview on CPU) to see if it makes it a solid line again.

    GPU allows faster rendering, but it makes some precision compromises to do that, so these are expected, although not should be treated as normal.

    If it does not help — please share this test file here in comments and provide specific details about your OS and GPU.

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    AdminEgor Chistyakov (Admin, Adobe Illustrator) commented  · 

    That is a long piece of text, with a lot of repetitions.
    The frustration is clear enough though.
    Voted.

  6. 13 votes

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    AdminEgor Chistyakov (Admin, Adobe Illustrator) commented  · 

    'Volunteer lawyer' :D
    I like that!
    Sadly, I am not 15 anymore. And surely I am not going to persuade anybody it’s OK to have this limit. I just know why it exists.

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  7. 26 votes

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  8. 4 votes

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    AdminEgor Chistyakov (Admin, Adobe Illustrator) commented  · 

    Try to make the precision value smaller in Pathfinder Options dialog, located in Pathfinder panel’s menu. It should fix these issues.
    Sorry for the late answer.

  9. 11 votes

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    AdminEgor Chistyakov (Admin, Adobe Illustrator) commented  · 

    There are several ways to achieve this in Illustrator.

    1. Use one of free scripts to reset the image scaling to the one it has on import: WR-descaleimages, UnScale, ReTransform... thye fact we have that many definitely means this should be just a default thing!

    2. Use a commercial plugin Rasterino, which allow to set a custom resolution to an imaged and thus scale it, and uniform the scaling ratio.

    As for the percentage scaling — well, Ai can scale anything, just with the Scale tool dialog or Transform Each dialog. How does it differ from the way you want to scale them?

  10. 3 votes

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    7 comments  ·  Illustrator (Desktop) Bugs » Type, Fonts, Text  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    AdminEgor Chistyakov (Admin, Adobe Illustrator) commented  · 

    You can go a step further and automate this workaround into an action, which you can run instead of plain Create Outlines.
    So in place of Cmd+A, Create Outlines (I assume you do that), you can make an action Select All, then run the script (they no longer get dropped from actions, like they used to several years ago), clear the fill, Deselect, Select All again and then outline.
    Once you bind it to a hotkey, the speed is almost the same.

    As for the update... since it is not the recent break — and I checked the behaviour in earlier versions (they treat these strange area type objects in the same manner) — and you can’t provide more details on the way they were created (I failed at creating these from the ground up) — the issue most likely will not get prioritized high enough to get a swift fix, sadly.

    If you get more information on these weird filled-but-not-rendered fills and their origin, please comment.
    If I get any news from the team — I will surely make you know too.

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    AdminEgor Chistyakov (Admin, Adobe Illustrator) commented  · 

    Another solution that might help you in this particular situation is this script by Toshiyuki Takahashi (https://twitter.com/gautt): https://graphicartsunit.tumblr.com/post/135973419019/select-text-path
    It selects path, both for area type texts and type-on-paths.
    Select all in your document before outlining, run the script, apply None to fills.

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    AdminEgor Chistyakov (Admin, Adobe Illustrator) commented  · 

    Sipke, strange. I am testing this file on Windows in Ai 2022 (and on Mac’s 2019), and it behaves the same exact way — frame restore they fill when the text gets outlined.

    Again, any fill gets usually gets dropped if you convert a rectangle into a area type frame, and is visible, if you fill the frame afterwards.

    The problem is also it can’t be fixed easily with the Select Same Fill command, because Illustrator doesn’t display these frames in Layers panel...

    The only workaround I can advise you at this moment is to convert these with Type > Convert to Point Type command, and the Create Outlines. This effectively kills the frame and its fill altogether, and the formatting stays basically the same... unless you use justification.

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    AdminEgor Chistyakov (Admin, Adobe Illustrator) commented  · 

    For some reason some of your type area paths are colored with this exact red. When you outline the type, for some reason it gets re-applied to frames.... This is both right AND wrong. The strange thing is that I can’t replicate it from the scratch. Do you have any memories on how did you do that?

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    Just wow. I confirm that!

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    1 comment  ·  Illustrator (Desktop) Bugs » Launch  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    AdminEgor Chistyakov (Admin, Adobe Illustrator) commented  · 

    You have to click the 'Terms of Use' link first — and read them, as the message suggests, to the end. Otherwise how can you agree with terms? :)
    The secret is to scroll the opened page till the very end.
    No, I don’t think it’s a good UX, but it’s how it’s programmed.

  12. 2 votes

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    AdminEgor Chistyakov (Admin, Adobe Illustrator) commented  · 

    Carl, I don’t get it.
    You want artboards to be masked, to not show anything outside of them... but at the same time you want to see the contents of the pasteboard, which is just canvas ...the one you want to hide.
    So what do you want? Can you please illustrate it?

  14. 2 votes

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    AdminEgor Chistyakov (Admin, Adobe Illustrator) commented  · 

    Oh yes.
    There is a more general request for that: https://illustrator.uservoice.com/forums/333657/suggestions/35456389

    But you mean raster images specifically, and there are some ways already to ease the pain. First one is the commercial Rasterino plugin, which does cropping of embedded images better than the native tool — perhaps they can make auto-cropping a feature too, since they implement these faster. But it’s paid, be warned (although worth it).

    Also I know a script is in the works, CropImageByMask, specifically for this, but the author has not finished it yet :(

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    AdminEgor Chistyakov (Admin, Adobe Illustrator) commented  · 

    Ahmed, recent version of Illustrator have the View > Trim View command which hides objects outside of artboards. Does it solve this for you?

  16. 5 votes

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    Yeah, 1000 points is complex enough, however, the fact it can be worked around with Paste Inside...
    Voted. This should be reconsidered.

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    1 comment  ·  Illustrator (Desktop) Bugs » Images, Links  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    AdminEgor Chistyakov (Admin, Adobe Illustrator) commented  · 

    Does this object that is getting selected have a Gaussian Blur or a Drop Shadow effect applied to it?

    If yes — than it’s a known problem, and request to solve is published here: https://illustrator.uservoice.com/forums/333657-illustrator-desktop-feature-requests/suggestions/31912687-prevent-illustrator-from-selecting-an-object-by-cl

    If no — do you mind sharing a file with this object?

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    1 comment  ·  Illustrator (Desktop) Bugs » User Interface  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    AdminEgor Chistyakov (Admin, Adobe Illustrator) commented  · 

    History panel does not have Edit History button in it.
    What do you mean exactly?

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    1 comment  ·  Illustrator (Desktop) Beta/PR Bugs  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    AdminEgor Chistyakov (Admin, Adobe Illustrator) commented  · 

    Yeah, the Pantone deal is a horrible story.
    Everybody feels betrayed, and us users especially.
    Pantone won’t come back anytime sooner, they push their own extension, Pantone Connect (it takes fees!).

    If you want a substitute palette — there are some available on the web, but I won’t provide a link here, you’d have to search for it your self.

    The blue notification — oh, this is not OK. Please tell more about the display you are using, UI scaling options, etc., provide a full-sized screenshot.

    From my practice, Ai handles old swatches in files better than Ps, and no conversion-to-lack happens, even with the latest 27.0.1 — for me they all just get converted to spot colors with appropriate values. Again — please tell more.

    Crashes — yes, the more functions it gets, the more bulkier the thing gets. But the overall stability still feels junky! So do please always send those crash reports, report bugs, just to let them know! There is little I can personally offer to you, but I really hope for the trust to come back and work on it.

    The easiest part is that square enclosing frame with 8 markers. Just turn it off — View > Hide Bounding Box (or hit Cmd+Shift+B). I almost never use it myself, exactly because of this 'sure you want to scale or rotate!' imposition! You should not have waited for 30 years with this!

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