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    Andreas Tagger commented  · 

    holding cmd/cntrl has no effect on my machine in either the guides or line extension behavior. even if it did work, it is extra cognitive load because often the shift key needs to be pressed in conjunction with dragging, so it's a bit awkward to hold shift and control simultaneously. the problem for me stems with the idea that I want to precisely line a guide or point to a location and have the acknowledgment from ai that I have correctly snapped to that location.

    i wish i would remember what project or shape i was working on when i put this original report so I could replicate the exact behavior. i tried my best to show the problem in the videos, and I think it highlights how some of the state changes can be frustrating for a user. it becomes very tedious if working on something with a lot of points and multiple selections and state changes occur.

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    Andreas Tagger commented  · 

    you can email me directly if you need to also.

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    Andreas Tagger commented  · 

    this shows the line extension appearing on left.

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    Andreas Tagger commented  · 

    See attached. This suggestion was filed many years ago so it's hard to remember the steps to replicate it exactly. But you can see the user behavior in the video. It is extremely frustrating as a designer to have this fiddly sort of selection confirmation (especially if working on something complex or where many points are in close proximity). Sometimes it selects "path" other times "anchor." And sometimes "anchor" only after the guide is released with the mouse. When I zoomed in around 1:12 in the video there is another problem, I select the line, then the guide, the line is unselected when selecting the guide. Not sure what that is, I've never seen that behavior before. If the line is selected it should stay selected, the guide should always be it's own object regardless if a line or shape is selected. You can see in the video the "guide" tool tip pops up, then when mouse press the line is unselected, so it demonstrates I am not clicking an empty area of the canvas. It's things like this as a user of adobe products for over 20 years I just want to scream at the wall.

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    Andreas Tagger commented  · 

    Please also stop suppressing tools into junk drawers. How stupid is this that the eye dropper + 20 or so other commonly used tools are in a menu item with three dots "...". Are you guys drinking on the job or just doing this as a UX prank on long time users of the software?

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    Andreas Tagger commented  · 

    When you double click a foreground or background swatch and change the color of an object it should change the color while you are moving around in the picker, or at the very least there should be a preview button like filters, etc. It's brutally annoying to have to click OK each time to preview a new color.

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    Andreas Tagger commented  · 

    Please add tangents. It's ridiculous this is not implemented in 2019.

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    Andreas Tagger commented  · 

    Yes please. Why is this not a boiler plate feature of a program that has been around for 20 years +????

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    Hi Everyone,

    Thanks for the feedback. The color yellow has been removed altogether as a layer color, and has been replaced by Magenta color for Layer 5. This functionality 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.

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    Andreas Tagger commented  · 

    Please remove layer colors that lack contrast based on the currently used foreground color, or some predictive algorithm of last used colors. When CREATING A NEW LAYER AND working using black lines (most common) colors like yellow, black, greys, etc. are almost totally useless because of the lack of contrast. It's just one more tedious hassle to have to double click and change the layer color back to something like pink or blue so you can actually see what you are working on.

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