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    The Dazzler commented  · 

    Well put Clayton
    Apart from the censoring there hasn't been any indication Adobe staff are watching this thread at all.
    I think they could minimise the user frustration so obvious here, if they engaged and fed back with updates or even to let us know if the idea has been canned.
    Knowing either something or nothing is happening means we can all move on.
    Adobe - is anybody home?

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    The Dazzler commented  · 

    Hey Elizabeth, it's not impossible as InDesign already has this feature. Rotating effects will be a challenge though.
    The comments are amusing I agree, however I feel sorry for Yogesh copping the full brunt.
    Come on Adobe get behind this.

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    148 comments  ·  Illustrator Feature Requests » Drawing Tools  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Need More Info  ·  Yogesh Sharma responded

    A couple of questions on this:

    1. Would it be okay to have a separate spec creation service much like the upcoming Adobe XD service? On this service, anyone with a link, can select any objects, and view its dimensions (W/H), colors, fonts etc. Or should it be inside Illustrator.

    2. Are you only going to create horizontal, and vertical dimensions? Or would you also like to have angular dimensions as well?

    Please share more details about your workflow.

    Thanks,
    Yogesh

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    The Dazzler commented  · 

    Yogesh, there is a similar tool in Acrobat Pro. We need horizontal, vertical, angular and diameter measures.
    For many users Illustrator is used like a CAD program, with very detailed drawings and artwork being created.
    Some examples are packaging (industry standard) product design, building plans, signage. We use it because it can be both technical and creative.
    Please keep it in Illustrator.

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