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    1 comment  ·  Illustrator (Desktop) Bugs » User Interface  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Neil commented  · 

    This appears to be the same issue that I and others have been suffering for a long time:

    https://illustrator.uservoice.com/forums/601447-illustrator-bugs/suggestions/36118159-palettes-do-not-expand

    In my case this even stops working with the application frame turned on and requires restarting the program/deleting the cache/deleting permissions which I've already done too may times

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    Neil commented  · 

    This issue is back after disappearing for a while. It was originally an InDesign problem I had for years on different Macs, OS and CC versions. It then moved over to Illustrator and, occasionally, Photoshop too. The old rule that turning the application frame on brings it back still works but I shouldn't have to work in that way to stop this happening.

    CC2020 on iMac Retina 5K, 2017 – Catalina

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    Neil commented  · 

    This had happened to me for years on InDesign and was the subject of a long-standing thread which should have been fixed in CC2019, apparently:

    https://indesign.uservoice.com/forums/601180-adobe-indesign-bugs/suggestions/32519557-indesign-palettes-panels-do-not-expand-or-open-whe

    It also happened in Illustrator and has since got worse, plus it now also happens in Photoshop. Ditching preferences and/or cache are a temporary solution, but not for long.

    CC2019 on iMac Retina 5K, 2017 – Mojave

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    This has been happening to me and most of the people I work with whatever system and Illustrator version we're on. I can't believe it's still doing it on CC2019 and Mojave. It wastes an amount of my time nearly every day and has been the cause of accidental editing/deletion of unrelated items in the past. It often seems to be a masked image that defines one dimension of the large selection area that appears but there are few patterns or successful ways to get out of it, short of restarting AI.

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    Background:

    • CC libraries does not have support for Global Process Colors
    • Some users have spoken about InDesign – InDesign does not support Global Process colors
    • Illustrator does support process colors , global process colors and spot colors. The issue is specefic to global process colors – since it is not supported in CC Libraries. We have added the request to support in CC libraries backlog,

    Workaround:

    • Create Process colors in Illustrator and add it to CC libraries – deselect the global checkbox
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    Neil commented  · 

    I've also noticed that viewing CMYK swatches on the website library only shows RGB and HEX breakdowns for the colour so it's difficult to tell what you've added. This is still unchanged in CC 2018.

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