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    Anonymous commented  · 

    please make this happen. And while you are at it, make a Senai AI extension that can create illustrator / Photoshop gradients from bitmaps.

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    Anyone who does logo-design for a living (among other things) needs custom presets for asset export. Please add it, as this would be a huge time saver. It's also confusing that you have a menu "Asset Export" and one "Export for Screens" then "Assets" and "Artboards". Can't you just create one "Asset Export" screen? It seems like it also never stores my presets in "Export for screens". I have to add it every time. The whole experience is really odd and not at all optimized for a good workflow.

    There are about 10 different threads on this issue. I send a list of all the threads to customer support. I also spoke on the phone with the head of Illustrator CRM at Adobe for about an hour explaining the situation to him.

    The solutions is to have custom presets that we can save and recall via a drop-down menu. These presets will have "Scales" and "Paths" stored in them. I think that is the most elegant solution. Also, some people would like to see a possibility to choose the color space as well. So RGB for screen export, but also a CMYK profile selector in the export option. That way we can also quickly create CMYK and print-ready export files without altering the original RGB file. In this case, the export menu should not be called "export for screens" but simple "batch exporter".

    In Photoshop, there is a very cool free (Automate) plugin called the "Image Processor Pro". I use it every day.

    I agree with everyone here, that this is very urgent. I also mentioned to Adobe, that this is a Workflow killer.

    I have the issue, that my "Print-For-Screen > Artboard" settings wont save. Neither per document nor globally. So I have to re-enter all scales (I have 35 in total) every time I reload the the document. Right now its a half baked nightmare.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Yes please add this +1

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    Please add this +1

  3. 10 votes

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    There are about 10 different threads on this issue. I send a list of all the threads to customer support. I also spoke on the phone with the head of Illustrator CRM at Adobe for about an hour explaining the situation to him.

    The solutions is to have custom presets that we can save and recall via a drop-down menu. These presets will have "Scales" and "Paths" stored in them. I think that is the most elegant solution. Also, some people would like to see a possibility to choose the color space as well. So RGB for screen export, but also a CMYK profile selector in the export option. That way we can also quickly create CMYK and print-ready export files without altering the original RGB file. In this case, the export menu should not be called "export for screens" but simple "batch exporter".

    In Photoshop, there is a very cool free (Automate) plugin called the "Image Processor Pro". I use it every day.

    I agree with everyone here, that this is very urgent. I also mentioned to Adobe, that this is a Workflow killer.

    I have the issue, that my "Print-For-Screen > Artboard" settings wont save. Neither per document nor globally. So I have to re-enter all scales (I have 35 in total) every time I reload the the document. Right now its a half baked nightmare.

  4. 5 votes

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Same issue

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    3 comments  ·  Illustrator (Desktop) Bugs » Type, Fonts, Text  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Same issue here. Text on my Illustrator canvas keeps randomly disappearing. Resetting the graphics driver did not help.

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    I have the same problem, text keeps disappearing from canvas. Sometimes I see it on canvas but not in export preview. Tried to reset my graphics driver, but that did not help. Only happens in Illustrator. Must say, of all the CC apps, Illustrator is the one that is the most buggy of them all. They need to fix this software badly.

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    Hi Everyone,

    This functionality now is available in our latest release build – 24.1.1 for Win and 24.1 for Mac which is available worldwide now.

    You may read about this functionality here: https://helpx.adobe.com/illustrator/using/whats-new/2020-1.html#cut_copy

    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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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Yes Please!

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    It's one of the most important tools I need in my workflow. But the current eye dropper tool often doesn't work (for picking colors). Also, it can only pick colors from Illustrator (when it works). It would be great to have a (dedicated) color picker than can pick up colors from anywhere on the screen, no matter what app, desktop or open browser page you want to take the color from.

  12. 7 votes

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    Hi,

    Gentle Reminder.

    Please share the given details at ShareWithAI@adobe.com
    1) If the issue is reproducible on latest build 25.2.3?
    2) Is multiple AI versions installed in your system? If yes, please share the details.
    3) Some video & Test file for our reference.

    Thanks,
    Illustrator team

    Also, please mention the title of this issue as the subject of the mail.

    Thanks

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    This one really bothers me. I hope this gets fixed...

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    I found a way to batch convert (image trace) in Illustrator with all the settings you want: Here is how:

    Open Illustrator (2020). Create a preset in Illustrator for tracing (goto "Windows > Image Trace"). I made a preset and called it "BW-No-White". The preset is set to convert to black and ignore white (= ignore white backgrounds). Then open "Adobe Bridge". Within Bridge, go to the folder where you have your bitmaps that you would like to batch convert to vectors. Within Bridge, Select "Tools>Illustrator>Image Trace". Select your preset (which you set up prior in Illustrator). Set you destination folder and click OK. That's it. Not intuitive to find, but works!

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  16. 4 votes

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    You can change your default image trace settings, by adding a custom script to it. Here is a link on how to do it: https://community.adobe.com/t5/illustrator/batch-image-trace-with-transparent-background/td-p/11210899?page=1

    If you want to batch convert bitmaps to vector with the advanced "ignore white", there is also very simple solution to do that Here's how:

    Open Illustrator (2020). Create a preset in Illustrator for tracing (goto "Windows > Image Trace"). I made a preset and called it "BW-No-White". The preset is set to convert to black and ignore white (= ignore white backgrounds).

    Then open "Adobe Bridge". Within Bridge, go to the folder where you have your bitmaps that you would like to batch convert to vectors. Within Bridge, Select "Tools>Illustrator>Image Trace". Select your preset (which you set up prior in Illustrator). Set you destination folder and click OK. That's it. No need to script anything!

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    This would be great. I need to patch convert 1000+ icons and need to change white to transparent...

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  18. 68 votes

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    Yes please add this +1

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