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    9 comments  ·  Illustrator (Desktop) Bugs » User Interface  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Anonymous commented  · 

    This JUST happened to me. Up until now it's been working just fine. I did not update or make any change except turn off "Object Selection by Path Only," which should not have affected anything. I had opened Illustrator, selected the file that I wanted to work on from the Home screen as normal, and worked a while. I thought something was glitching (this was a few hours later) so I closed Illustrator and reopened it immediately ---- OUT OF THE BLUE, NO RECENT ITEMS IN START SCREEN!

    From another forum this has been an ongoing problem for two years at least. There's a workaround, but it's ridiculous to have to work around something like this:

    Window > Workspace > select any workspace. Then click the "Home" icon to the left of File.

    This is annoying af!

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Alignment shortcuts exist in InDesign -- the right way. They also exist in Photoshop -- the WRONG way. Why aren't they in Illustrator at all? Should be in ALL programs, and should allow any keyboard shortcuts (I'm looking at you, Photoshop).

    My workaround for Illustrator:
    1) Create actions (omg, they are SO limited!!! Can only use F keys, and only mod keys allowed are Shift & Ctrl. This needs to be fixed as well)
    2) Go to my programmable keyboard and program a new macro for a macro key that executes the Fn keystroke

    **** ridiculous to have to do this for FIFTY-FIVE FREAKING DOLLARS A MONTH!

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