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An error occurred while saving the comment An error occurred while saving the commentCoral Cashes commented
I didn't decide to do it like this. These are files provided by a customer for printing, as I explained in the first sentence. Most everyone in the world that does graphics now-a-days are self-taught and design for the web. So, those of us who still work in printing are left to fix files made by complete amateurs in order to print their artwork on commercial presses. Whatever made them decide to do it this way doesn't change the fact that there are likely many people who create artwork using the freeform gradient who could benefit from selecting the same fill/opacity as they edit the colors in their artwork. If I were creating an intricate illustration of a jungle scene, I might get to the end and decide there's not enough variation in the greens of the leaves and want to tweak certain shades. Turns a 5 minute change into 3 hours if you have hundreds of color points to change manually. What is this? 1999?Coral Cashes shared this idea ·
I'm hopeful. Adobe is always really good at implementing faster/better ways of doing things within the software. I've been using AI since version 7. I just hope this issue is addressed sooner rather than later, because I think the new freeform tool is great and much needed, but I'm afraid its downfalls may stop people from using it, which in turn lowers the priority for updates to the feature.