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    jayse commented  · 

    I don't think Illustrator is being developed anymore. Seems like one person at a remote office somewhere is doing the 'updates'.

    Meanwhile - been using Adobe XD and it's the AI we always wanted.... just doesn't have everything. But has a surprising amount (just well-hidden for a cleaner UI experience.)

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    This issue is probably happening because the artboard dimensions are not appropriate for raster export (i.e. are in decimals).
    If you make x and y values as the whole numbers in the transform panel (not in decimal), then the extra pixels will not be added to the exported image.

    That is the workaround, and it’s reported that it’s not always the case.

    At the same time — Ai knows the size of artboards to be exported and yet it does not deliver the set sizes, which is not fair. The team is going to rethink the algorithm.

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    jayse commented  · 

    This might be due to an old bug where if your art-board is positioned on a half a pixel, like 768.5 on the x, rather than a whole pixel, like 768, it will change the export by adding 1 pixel. Was super hellish for large projects! For sure!

    Not sure if it's fixed now (it's widely reported) but hope that helps if anyone else finds this.

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    jayse commented  · 

    I notice this bug happens when layers are nested. Appears to only work for top level layers for some reason. The bonus tho, is that it respects the layer name, which, apparently you can't get any other way, except for this bug. Weird. Here's what I've found if it helps: https://www.notion.so/Illustrator-Bug-fecf7e5fd65c4d6681f541e699b0cf96

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    jayse commented  · 

    This could be related to a VERY OLD Bug in all Illustrator versions win and mac where, if you have a sub layer or element or group set to screen mode (or some other blend modes etc.) - it flattens the PSD. VERY annoying and tricky to hunt down.

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    jayse commented  · 

    ABSOLUTELY YES.

    I do a work around, where I create a circle or rectangle that has no fill or stroke and select all and drag in. But it's buggy - WILL work if you immediately export that file. If you do another stack of items and then try to export both - ONLY the latest one will work proper, and the previous one will be in the upper left corner with a big area of emptiness.

    This is on a lot of different files, both win and mac, and tested across multiple computers.

    BUT, at least if you're uber patient and do it one by one, it works. What the HECK is going on with Export Assets, Illustrator team!??

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    jayse commented  · 

    I believe I'm having the same issue - in AI 18 with 1080gtx, Win 10

    But in MY case - I LOVE that it doesn't work. I'm trying to do white graphics over black background. Usually when I set paper to black - white doesn't show up. But because of this bug - it works perfect. Please enable an option to show white on black paper (for screen/rgb work.) Otherwise I have to draw a black box on every art-board and then turn it off on export - super annoying.

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