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    Just Me commented  · 

    Another update and still no fix for this issue. Come on Adobe, you've known about this issue for YEARS. It occurs when alt-clicking with the pen tool to move the center of rotation or reflection. It happens EVERY time, no matter what version of Illustrator or what Windows computer I'm using. The problem doesn't occur when you tap the Wacom tablet with your finger (using the touch feature), when using a mouse, or when using a built-in trackpad, but doping any of those things seriously interrupts your workflow. Seriously, SOMEONE at Adobe must use a Wacom tablet with Illustrator so that they can test it out! If you just click somewhere and then rotate the object about the point, it works, but not when you alt-click. Sometimes you want to alt-click so that you get the dialog box where you can specify the rotation angle and click the copy option. GET THIS FIXED!!!!!!

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    2023 and this is STILL not fixed. To clarify, If you activate the rotate tool with a single-click or the shortcut R, and alt-click somewhere, it will move the center of rotation to that point and the rotate dialog box pops up, allowing you to specify the angle and whether to make a copy. This works just fine with a trackpad, mouse or the TOUCH feature of a Wacom tablet, but NOT with the Pen/Stylus on the Wacom. When using the stylus, there is a lag of anywhere from a second to as much as over a minute for that dialog box to pop up (during which time, Illustrator will not respond to any other clicks, like to change to another tool or something), and it doesn't move the center of rotation to where you clicked - instead, it moves the center of rotation to wherever the cursor happens to be when the box pops up. I am using an Intuos Pro on Windows - all Wacom drivers, computer drivers, Windows and Adobe Illustrator are all fully updated. This has happened in every version of Illustrator going back as far as I can remember (at least as far back as 2017), on multiple computers using different versions of windows AND using different Wacom pen-touch tablets. It is ALWAYS the same issue and it is repeatable by everyone that I have asked to test it on their system. if you just click (instead of alt-click), it does move the center immediately and lets you freely rotate the object around the new center of rotation, but sometimes we want that dialog box where we can type in the degrees of rotation. The same problem happens with the reflect tool. The workaround is to tap the tablet using your finger, using the touch feature instead of using the stylus. This is very disruptive to the workflow. Again, this problem has existed for YEARS and has not been addressed.

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    Just Me commented  · 

    2023 and this problem is still happening - I know it's been reported many times over the years. It occurs when you alt-click using a Wacom pen when using the Rotate tool.. The Rotate dialog box is supposed to appear. That little blue target/icon representing the center of rotation "sticks" to the cursor, for lack of a better description. You cannot escape or click to another tool until the rotate dialog box pops up, which may take MINUTES to happen, and occasionally never happens at all. It's like there's an enormous lag (sometimes minutes or infinite) before the program registers the click. The center of rotation is then relocated to where the cursor happens to be at the second that the rotate dialog box opens. This happens EVERY time when using the Wacom pen when View With GPU is enabled. It does not happen when it is changed to View with CPU, but I want to use view with GPU for the animated zoom feature, which is exceptionally useful. This has happened in every version of Adobe that I've ever had (now using CC - fully updated), in at least 3 different versions of Windows, on 6 different computers and 4 different models of Wacom tablets. All drivers are up to date, and my computer is a high-end computer with more than sufficient specs. This problem does NOT occur if I use the touch feature (ie my finger) instead of the pen on the Wacom table (Intuos Pro), the built-in trackpad on my laptop, or a USB or BT mouse. It ONLY happens with the Pen and when View with GPU is enabled. Switching from the pen slows down the workflow (and it's easy to forget to switch to using the finger instead of the pen), and I do not want to use view with cpu (as I mentioned, I prefer to use the animated/scrubby zoom, which is only available when using the GPU.

    If I just click with the pen (instead of alt-clicking), it works fine - I am able to relocate the center of rotation and free rotate the object. However, sometimes the dialog box is needed in order to specify the degrees of rotation or to click on make a copy).

    The issue also occurs with the reflect tool, but it does not take as long for the dialog box to pop up. However, by the time that the dialog box does pop up, the cursor is no longer in the exact place that I clicked, because it is impossible to hold your hand still enough that the cursor hasn't moved a little bit. Just like with the rotate tool, this does not happen when tapping on the Wacom tablet with your finger instead of the pen, with the built-in laptop trackpad or with a mouse.

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    Radial, Mirror, Grid Repeat objects are available in the latest desktop versions, 25.1 and higher.
    There are some improvements still to be made, and the team is aware of some of them.
    Please search for the related requests here on UserVoice forums or add new ones if you can’t find a suitable one.

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    Just Me commented  · 

    I'm not sure if this falls under effects or tools, but I've seen the videos of this feature for the ipad, and it would be really useful on the desktop version. We pay a FORTUNE for this program, and desktop users should have EVERY feature available for the iPad TABLET. Please add this in the next update.

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  8. 43 votes

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    Just Me commented  · 

    OK - this was from 3 yrs ago, but it is still not available - This feature would be SO useful! I find myself creating lines from the vertices of the shape in order to find the geometric center of the shape.

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  9. 19 votes

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    Just Me commented  · 

    The properties of the polygons can be changed in the properties window (radius or side length, number of sides, rotation), so why not make this available for Stars and Spirals. It seems that this would be particularly useful for stars (#points, inner radius, outer radius, rotation). I hate having to create a new star just to adjust the properties of the star. Inkscape lets you do this, so why not Illustrator - even Silhouette Studio has this feature. The same goes for spirals. I especially like the way Inkscape handles spirals - it's much more useful than the way Illustrator handles them.

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