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    Jeremy Jessup commented  · 

    There is a "Hyphenation" section in the preferences window already. Would it be terribly difficult to add a checkbox there that toggles whether paragraphs have hyphenation enabled or not by default?

    There is a toggle in the Paragraph window for hyphenation that is on by default; I mean, it has to be getting that default setting from somewhere, right? I'm speaking from ignorance here, but it seems like a simple checkbox in the preferences should be an easy fix.

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    Hi Everyone,

    This has been completed, and has available since June 2020 release (version 24.2)

    Please go to Illustrator preferences > General > and select “Show/Hide Rulers” (refer attached screenshot). After checking this, if you hit ‘Show Rulers (Ctrl/Cmd + R)’, then the rulers will appear in every document (new and old), even after relaunching Illustrator.

    Please 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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    Jeremy Jessup commented  · 

    @cris black - Hey, thanks for the heads up! I actually spotted that in the preferences but it didn't work. I ended up shutting Illustrator down, opening it back up without opening a new document, ticked the checkbox, then exited and restarted Illustrator and now it works. Long wait for a simple fix, but so glad it's working now.

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    Jeremy Jessup commented  · 

    Well, I love the updates in the recently released update to Illustrator. There are a lot of neat updates and useful improvements that have been included. But with that said, I've gotta ask; why not add the simple option to open documents with the rulers on by default with this update?

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