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    Clayton Shima commented  · 

    You mean, "ludicrous" right? Hehe

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    Clayton Shima commented  · 

    Change the units while no document is open then the adjustment "sticks".

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    0 comments  ·  Illustrator (Desktop) Feature Requests » Type  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Clayton Shima commented  · 

    No, this is a dumb idea, we need the units here because if we want to set a distance in an unit different to the unit set in the preferences, you can just add it to the value. Say, if you are working in pixels, the unit shown is px, but of you want to make the value 5 mm, you just type "5mm", an it converts to the equivalent value in pixels. What I suggest is that you learn to use the "Home" and "End" keys in your keyboard (up and down on Mac) to place the cursor in the end of the line before typing the values in.

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    Clayton Shima commented  · 

    Similar post:
    https://illustrator.uservoice.com/forums/333657-illustrator-desktop-feature-requests/suggestions/35567803-advanced-rename-tools-for-artboards

    As I posted there, let us import csv files with the artboard info and config needed! Please!!!! Thanks in advance!

    PS: Yes, scripting can get us halfway there, but scripting is a too complicated skill to learn just to rename artboards....

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    Clayton Shima commented  · 

    Great idea, even if the developers end up not implementing a full-fledged function as described in https://illustrator.uservoice.com/forums/333657-illustrator-desktop-feature-requests/suggestions/31629217-for-complex-artboard-setups-artboard-groups-fold , at least having the ability to import a csv file with all the artboard numbers and names (maybe sizes and etc?) would be great. That way, you would be able to process the csv file in Excel or other word processing app, then import the result, greatly facilitating the management of artboards. Currently I work with many languages, brands and platforms, my Illustrator files for generating branding imagery for social media have an average of 30 artboards, some go up to 90 or more. Renaming all those artboards by hand is a big pain in the back. Dear devs, please, please come up with something to address this?

    PS: Yes, scripting can get us halfway there, but scripting is a too complicated skill to learn just to rename artboards....

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    Hi friends!

    I have some great news for your today. Rotate View (Canvas) feature is available in Illustrator 25.3 (Desktop) now. Thank you all for your feedback which helped us shape up this feature.

    Please note: This update is currently only available in the following countries (India, Australia, Netherlands, Hong Kong, France, Germany, Canada, South Korea, UK, Italy) and will rollout globally over the next few weeks.

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    Clayton Shima commented  · 

    To the Adobe Support staff who decided to censor the post in question below: Maybe you forgot or weren't aware that every subscriber to this tread received the censored post in its full ****** glory via direct mail, making the censoring action partially useless, while telling LOADS about the overall BAD attitude of Adobe towards its customers. ****, why bother contributing with ideas and criticism? REMEMBER THE SUGGESTIONS GIVEN HERE ARE FREE OF CHARGE! REMEMBER USERS NOW PAY YOU ON A PERIODIC BASIS! You should be thanking the people who go out of their way to post here. This whole episode is VERRRYYY disappointing.

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    Clayton Shima commented  · 

    Nah, not needed, you already can do it in current Illustrator.

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    Clayton Shima commented  · 

    Now, to do the same with vectors, I guess that development would have to deal with so many problems, it may not even be worth the time. On top of that, I would rather not have noob designers use such a feature, as it would make the work of doing modifications to art a near impossible thing. Let the beginner illustrators keep all the artwork intact but just masked. We veterans appreciate.

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    Clayton Shima commented  · 

    For raster images, you can already do this within Illustrator.
    1-Copy the vectors of the mask (JUST the vector, not the image contained inside!)
    2-Deselect all and click to selected the mask + masked image set
    3-Set the mixing option in the Transparency palette to Multiply
    4-Paste the mask vector in back (Ctrl + B) and paint it white
    5-Shift+click to selected also the mask + masked image set again.
    6-Group (Shift + G)
    7-From the Object menu, select "Flatten transparency", setting quality adequately

    (This may create segmented images, which you may optionally just rasterize again as a whole single image.)

    This will create a standalone raster image in the size of the mask. However, this process is not perfect, and if you need precise pixels around the borders of the image, you might still need a mask to create crisp edges.

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