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    Dear Users,

    We have taken the feedback provided and have released with improvements as a new update (24.0.2) to Illustrator. Please update to the new version and let us know your feedback on the current version that has been released.

    We aim to do continuous improvements and your feedback helps us to get better. Keep sending them.

    Thanks,
    Sanjit

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    yeah... i was excited at first, until i realized that auto-simplify wasn't what I expected or even close to the ideal values for 99% of situations. Even with my custom shortcut to simplify, it takes more steps and is just... kind of obnoxious really. Ideally there should be a way to set your own default preferences for "auto-simplify," but even just adding a slider for the angle threshold to the first window would resolve my issues with the update. Unnecessary anchor points are my nemesis so I've developed a pretty solid method for cleaning them up while retaining accuracy. So yeah this is really starting to be a pain - especially when cleaning up extremely complicated CAD files yiiiikes.
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    PS: my method is to simplify in sections, start at 100% and 0 degrees and adjust the % down from there. 98-100% being ideal and gets rid of everything necessary with little to no change in appearance almost every time, 97 is still semi-safe - below that usually loses too much accuracy but sometimes necessary. This is the most accurate and effective way to clean up anchor points without having to tweak/redraw/cry/etc. The key is doing it in sections so you only simplify the offenders instead of oversimplifying the whole object (start where you know an anchor point should be/makes sense, select that and the points between it and the next "logical" point, simplify, and repeat. e.g. a circle - select from the top center point to the center of one side > simplify, repeat so you end up with the 4 base points of a circle. another example: select the points from one sharp angle to the next) Not sure if any of this makes sense out loud - i can send screenshots if anyone's interested.)

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    Hi Everyone,

    The fix has been rolled out and 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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    ekc commented  · 

    having to work on art, mockups, schematics, anything at any kind of scale = time suck, unnecessary extra steps, and greatly increases potential for errors/confusion/etc (especially when you have to send stuff out for production). i mean really? it's just common sense. 1:1 ratio/scale is the fastest and most accurate route in any situation. (and what kind of size limit is 227.541" anyway? makes zero sense.) free the artboard from the canvas constraints of the past!!!

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