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5 votesNeed More Info · Anish Kumar responded
It seems like opacity is applied on the Layer and not on the object inside that layer. It is possible that the user is selecting object inside the layer and not the layer itself. Hence the user is able to see the opacity of object which is 100% in this case and not the changed opacity of layer.
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12 votesCompleted (Comments Open) · AdminAvinash Singh Kotwal (Principal Product Manager, Adobe Illustrator) responded
I am happy to share that we have fixed this bug in our latest release – 23.0.6 which is available worldwide now.
Going forward, our goal is to fix as many top User-Voice bugs as possible and as frequently as possible. Given the nature of the fixes, some of the bugs will take a longer time to fix, but we are on it.
You can update to the latest release using Creative Cloud desktop App: https://helpx.adobe.com/in/creative-cloud/help/creative-cloud-updates.html
Thank you for all the feedback. Keep it coming!
I'm having the same issue and have many times before. In my case, I have a group of design elements that all share the same color but each has a different opacity value. When I selected the whole group to change the COLOR but not the OPACITY, it had weird results - the colors seemed to all be varied. When I selected each element to see what color it was - it said that it was the new color and 100% opacity. I tried to select elements with white arrow, black arrow, group/ungroup, copy/paste etc to see if I could resolve the issue. Nothing worked.
Flatten transparency eventually worked but then I had to go back in and change all the opacity values again (and now I don't know what they originally were - will have to refer back to an older file).