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Convert fractions to decimals within the program, not just the new file dialogue box: 116-7/8" to 116.875 in.1 vote
An error occurred while saving the comment An error occurred while saving the commentNatalie Nelson commented
Hi Egor, it's not a minus, it's what's used to separate the whole number from the fraction. We are working off sizes from Autocad on a daily basis.Natalie Nelson shared this idea ·
296 votesNeed More Info · Yogesh Sharma responded
Please share your thoughts on the following:
1. Would it make sense to have a separate desktop app, just to create charts, and bring them inside Illustrator or InDesign? It may not be on cloud.
2. Or would you rather have us work on building it within Illustrator?
427 votesCompleted (Comments Open) · AdminAvinash Singh Kotwal (Principal Product Manager, Adobe Illustrator) responded
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Here we go, the first Beta version with the Dimension tool. Still very basic, but more features are to come. Please try the Beta 27.7 (available in the Beta section in your Creative Cloud Desktop application), test the tool and give the team your feedback here in comments. and refer to roadmap to see what will be added later.
Egor, you can use a space between the whole number and the fraction like 116 7/8. The feature request was to automatically convert the fraction to decimal, not regarding subtraction. I know the number fields work with math, as they already use the "/" symbol to divide. I use that all the time, as we work in extreme large format printing.