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    It is not as straightforward as it may sound :) We have been working to take advantage of threads and other hardware such as GPU/Video RAM in places where it can make a higher impact. We are prioritizing areas that are slow instead of making a generic change and destabilizing the product. Product stability is the top priority for us and we have been consistently trying to improve it. We want to move with caution and make changes without compromising on the quality. Hope this helps.

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    Seth commented  · 

    Hyperthreading was introduced in 2002. So it could be said that Adobe has missed the boat by two decades at this point.

    We may not have known way back then just how mainstream hyperthreading and eventually multicore systems would become, but it didn't take long enough to justify this kind of delay. This is just flagrant incompetence.

    InDesign has much the same problem. Performance is atrocious. And it's extremely obvious that everything is running through a single logical thread because everything grinds when it's calculating text flow, wrapping, justification, etc.

    Adobe, there is no excuse that could justify a company of your size, with your insane revenue stream, failing this spectacularly.

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    Seth commented  · 

    I've just encountered this myself and didn't immediately understand what was happening until I realized editing text pulls focus to the object in each window. It would be nice if Illustrator respected focus and didn't presume to make adjustments to a windows view. If nothing else, a lock for the view would be nice. Rotation (not sure if Illustrator even supports View rotation), Zoom, Proofing, etc. should all be able to be fixed in a window so that you can have an always up to date preview, reference, or whatever you created the window for.

    I doubt I'm alone in thinking that's kind of a logical expectation for separate windows into the same file. When I'm programming in Sublime Text or Notepad++ and create another view or window into a file, that second window does absolutely NOTHING unless I specifically change focus into that view/window and do so myself. That's expected behavior. And as others have mentioned, that other view is great for having a certain section of a file in view all the time, like headers, variables, etc.

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    We have the fix available in the latest release. Please update Illustrator using Adobe Creative Cloud application to the latest build for version Illustrator CC 22.1.
    Please refer to our knowledge base FAQhttps://illustrator.uservoice.com/knowledgebase/articles/1844590 if you face difficulty in update.
    Or get in touch with us at any of the other support channels – https://helpx.adobe.com/support.html

    Warm Regards,
    Ashutosh Chaturvedi | Sr. Quality Engineering Manager – Illustrator
    Adobe. Make It an Experience.

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    We have the fix available in the latest release. Please update Illustrator using Adobe Creative Cloud application to the latest build for version Illustrator CC 23.0.
    Please refer to our knowledge base FAQhttps://illustrator.uservoice.com/knowledgebase/articles/1844590 if you face difficulty in update.
    Or get in touch with us at any of the other support channels – https://helpx.adobe.com/support.html

    Warm Regards,
    Ashutosh Chaturvedi | Sr. Quality Engineering Manager – Illustrator
    Adobe. Make It an Experience.

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    Seth commented  · 

    I'm surprised this doesn't have more traction. I would argue that one of the most important features of Illustrator is maintaining editability. Why should we have to outline our text in order to use stroke alignment? It makes no sense to hinder a feature this way.

    Maybe I use Illustrator in a way that is outside of the norm, but I wish I could add more weight to my vote. I would think logo designers would be all over this feature request.

    @Dan Changing the order of the stroke in the Appearance panel does not enable stroke alignment--at least not in Illustrator 22.0.1.

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