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    Peter commented  · 

    Currently any field that takes entry of numerical value can be adjusted by scrolling. However for those of us which have mouses with free-wheel or touch-style scrolling this tends to lead to accidental value adjustment.
    An option in the preferences to disable to feature would be useful.

    Arguably these are almost-always fields where scrubber-like value adjustment is not helpful.

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    Peter commented  · 

    I thought I'd post an update as I've had the opportunity to test this on a new machine.
    Unfortunately I can confirm that Export for Screens -> JPG still exports as Type Optimized (hinted) even when Art Optimized (Supersampling) is selected.

    Exporting to PNG however produces the correct results.

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    Peter commented  · 

    Hi, please find the sample file attached.

    To reproduce the error use the Export for Screens tool, and select JPG output (in the configuration panel ensure that the output anti-aliasing is set to Art Optimized)

    The visual errors are highlighted by the arrows.

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    Peter commented  · 

    Images from artboards containing embedded raster files output using Export for Screens are of decidedly lower quality than those output from Save for Web.

    This is being reposted as it has been closed erroneously by Adobe admins.
    Notes for Admins: This is not a resolution export setting problem. This is also not a rendering intent problem (i.e. changing the anti-aliasing setting does not fix the problem.)

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