Illustrator version 22 is not supported on macOS 10.14 (Mojave).
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I have the same problem. Been looking all over the internet for months for an issue. I downgraded to previous versions. Still the same problem. Adobe Sucks as a company. They just do. They have plenty of time to get their Apps working on an OS. Hell, Apple has a public F'ing beta. Then you have these arrogant adobe fanboys and admins who over-confidently give you the wrong f'ing answers because they are too full of themselves to actually read and try what people are saying... They just assume were all dumb twats. I wouldn't even be using illustrator anymore if it wasn't in use by my company. There are plenty of other solutions out there that are just as good and cost a lot less. I'm going to try turning off dictation to see if it works. It would be nice if Adobe would actually make some software that worked with Mac OS... But instead they will just blame Apple... The fact that you have disable features like "Dictation" and tweak your "Accessibility" settings to get Illustrator and Photoshop to work is beyond ridiculous. So I guess people who need these accessibility features to do their work are SOL thanks to Adobe? Adobe doesn't care about these users? POS company has gotten way too bloated just like Photoshop. I have nothing good to say about Adobe.
People who need these accessibility features should file a class action discrimination lawsuit against Adobe if they don't fix these issues. There is a similar issue with Photoshop but you have to tweak your accessibility settings. Turning off dictation actually worked.
"Illustrator works, you just need to disable the built-in keyboard on your MacBook Pro for it to work properly, don't complain to us, it's Apple's fault for building a new Mac Book Pro and forcing us to update our shitty, bloated, riddled with technical debt software". - Adobe's official company response backed up by all their arrogant fanboys.