3 results found
I am happy to share that we have shipped the Bullets and Numbering in 26.4 update for Illustrator. It’s a phased rollout so you may not see 26.4 update yet but it would rollout globally in a day or two.
You can read about this and other new features here ( https://helpx.adobe.com/in/illustrator/using/whats-new/2022-5.html ).
An error occurred while saving the comment An error occurred while saving the commentMike Escoffery commented
Am I the only one who hates this new feature?
How do I turn it off?
Every time I type 1. at the beginning of a sentence, it AUTO creates a numbered list, WHICH I DO NOT WANT.
If I set it to "No Bullets" then it removes my number.
I want Absolute, and Total control over everything I type, Illustrator should never make assumptions on my behalf. Especially when I can't have total control over the feature and it's behaviours.
The fix has been rolled out and is available in our latest release build – 24.1.1 for Win and 24.1 for Mac which is available worldwide now.
What’s new in 24.1: https://helpx.adobe.com/illustrator/using/whats-new.html
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.Mike Escoffery supported this idea ·
80 votesUnder Review · AdminNitish Agarwal (Illustrator on Web/iPad Team) (Lead Software Engineer, Adobe Illustrator) responded
If you will export artboards in any fractional scale or by specifying height and width you will get correct output.
The best way to not get an extra pixel is keep your artboard coordinates in integers. You can achieve that by changing the reference point of artboard to top left and typing in the nearest integer or do Make Pixel Perfect(Object > Make Pixel Perfect). If size of your artboard is increased please manage that accordingly and export.
Thanks & Regards
An error occurred while saving the commentMike Escoffery commented
My Artboards are already perfect integers. No decimals. - 300px by 600px.
And the coordinates of the dartboard itself, is also perfect integers without decimals. - -6998px by -4615px
Yet still when I export, I get 1 pixel added - 300x601.
Now, What I've discovered is that If I move the dartboard coordinates by 1 pixel, it fixes the problem.
I moved the Y coordinate of the artboard to -4614px and it exported fine.
Then for Fun, I moved the dartboard coordinates BACK to -4615px - And it also exported fine.
For some God Awful reason, if I don't physically move all my artboards then its as if illustrator can't figure out that they are already pixel perfect.
This is so stupid. Just fix the bug already. An Image export from an artboard should use the co-ordinates and pixel grid of the artboard anyways. Why should it matter where the dartboard is positioned.
It is so un-intuitive. This should just export correctly and not require all these nitpick workarounds.
OMG Thank you clusterx. I was looking for this, and couldn't find it.