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    7 comments  ·  Illustrator (iPad) Bugs  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

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    motoko commented  · 

    There is an associated issue with this problem. Many of us keep our hand up not touching the screen fearing that the palm will zoom in or out or execute an action. Ergonomically wise, this can create an issue with the shoulder of that arm. Palm rejection should always work so we don’t get into these unhealthy habits nd trust the hand can be on the screen as much as we want.

    Please enable gestures only when touch button is on, as a setting

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    motoko commented  · 

    Hey there Adobe team, the palm rejection feature does not stop the palm from interacting all the time. My understanding was that the touch button was the only area where fingers could interact.

    If having gestures is creating this issue, why not having a setting that allows us to choose if we want finger gestures to work as long as the touch button is pressed? For many of us the palm interaction creates a lot of issues.

    Please? It’s a simple touch button check ahead of accepting a gesture?

  2. 97 votes

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    Yes please, also there is no way to use Unicode characters. Isn’t this part of iOS?

    I am able to use Unicode with any app on my iPad Pro iOS 15; but Illustrator does not ?

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    motoko commented  · 

    Yes please, also the increase/decrease is currently fixed by a constant value, meaning that depending on the resolution of the artwork (picture imported) a tap on plus or minus would work more or less. If the resolution of the image is low, this feature cannot be used at all as 1 pixel increment in vector art at low resolution may be too much. With high resolution images it may be too little.

    The solution is simple, give us control to select that increment value when tweaking values inside Property/Values.

    Let us select the ratio so we could say we need to work with 0.05 as the value to increase or decrease; or 5 if we do need this. Power and freedom. This is such as small tweak, you have this value already within your function, just need to display it and allow us to change it as we need.

    Please also allow us to be able to use the Property values with points as well and not only with objects.

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    motoko commented  · 

    Hey there I figure you know this by know, AI allows you to change the pivot point when rotating shapes.

    Just press on the rotating handle and hold, once the anchor point appears, move it and rotate

    The issue is that the anchor point resets unfortunately

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    motoko commented  · 

    Yes, and avoid the current issue where when we try to joint 2 paths and the points are very close, inevitably Illustrator joints both paths but creates 2 points one on top of the other.

    This current behaviour forces us to delete one of these two points if we need to adjust that point - unnecessary loss of time in addition to the inconvenience. This happens all the time, and I mean hundreds of times a day

    Hey adobe team, hep us to take this feature to the next level.

    How about if we move one point close to another point from a different shape, with the snap turned on the point not only snaps perfectly, illustrator could pop a message that says “ join both points and connect both shapes ( yes,no )

    If we just want to snap, one tap on NO is easy and fast enough, one tap on YES is powerful to save a lot of time. And why not adding a preference in case some users prefer a simple point snap functionality?

    This would really really help. What does everyone think? Isn’t this. Super-killer improvement?

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    motoko commented  · 

    Can’t agree more. The current/growing ‘repeat section’ with mirror, grid, radial and blend is adding great functionality, especially with the recent shape transform.

    However, the very basic transform/duplicate repeat is still missing

    Think about this scenario, if we create a circle, change its pívot, rotate it, change its pívot, scale it and move it in space - and, we need to repeat this action more than once, there is currently no way to do this with AI on iPad. This is a very common scenario on a daily basis with pretty much any piece of artwork

    We need tools that help us to create organic art, moving away from repeated “computerise” generated patterns. Organic forms are characterised by random forms not linear

    Repeat last action may be the most usable feature provided by computers following the undo/redo and copy/paste..

    When combined with the power of transforming the object (move, scale, distort, skew, perspective, warp, etc) when duplicating this object, the power of this action becomes unlimited - including generating random transformations to create unlimited organic forms in no time

    The ice on the cake would come from adding the possibility of randomise the transforming parameters within a particular range. For example move pívot randomly +/- 5 pixels, scale object in x only by +10%, move the object 15 pixels in and randomly from 5 to 25 pixels in y, move agin its pivot to the top/right corner and rotate clockwise 10 degrees

    Instantly Adobe Illustrator for iPad would become a top tool not only for designers, also for motion graphics artist worldwide

    Want it even better?, how about incorporating the option of adding variables like Adobe after effects?

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    motoko commented  · 

    Hey there rain cyrax, can’t agree more. There is another threat with this same idea, perhaps you can shift your vote to it to help us. Cheers

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    motoko commented  · 

    Agree, the lasso tool can replace the marquee if needed

    The marquee cannot replace the marquee

    Please this is an essential tool for vector artwork

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    motoko commented  · 

    Definitely needed and a great addition to the already killer AI for iPad; great point about keeping the transformation bounding box constrained to the new values; it will help us to make any further changes without limitation

    Can we please also consider transformation of nodes as well and not only shapes and groups?

    Imagine selecting a number of nodes, positioning your pivot/axis/anchor point where you want and be able to transform those selected nodes (scale-rotate-skew-warp-distort-mirror-etc) using the pivot point as the origin of such transformation, insane!

    What does everyone think?

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