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    Jesper Karlqvist commented  · 

    It is finally fixed!!!

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    Applies to all versions since (at least) the first Illustrator CC, still at v 24.0)
    Windows 7/Windows 10

    When using paragraph styles, the tab stops show numbers that are incorrect. Well, that is unless you have your document zoomed to the correct level. This might depend on your resolution and Windows zoom factor.

    The numbers are incorrect no matter what measurement unit you're using. They are always shown as a multiple of the inverse of the zoom level.

    In my case, zooming the document to 66.67% shows the correct numbers. I have included screen shots from when I have the zoom levels at 66.67%, 100%, 150% and 200%. There is one that shows the error using points instead of millimeters. The tab stops are displayed correctly in the general tab (or whatever it's called in English)

    The error also applies when repeating tabs. Here, I have included screen shots for when I tried to repeat tabs every 10 millimeters at zoom level 66.67% and then at zoom level 100%. You can see that the errors repeat, but every 6.667 millimeters instead of every 10 millimeters in the last general tab.

    This should be an easy resolve. And it has been like this for at least 6 years. Probably even longer.

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    Jesper Karlqvist commented  · 

    It has been wrong since forever.

    However, if you zoom the document to the correct size (this might differ depending on your screen resolution) it will be correct. When I zoom to 66.67% all values are correct. Previously, on an older screen, it was only correct at 100%. The "repeat" function also goes bananas because of this bug.

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    So it’s obviously not fixed, and we all know it.

    While the cursor gets changes into the horizontal/vertical two-headed arrow, the center handles for the bounding box indeed don’t appear, if the width/height of the art (here just an orthogonal line) is small enough.

    Please continue to share you thought, screenshots, GIFs. It’s time to re-review this again.

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    Jesper Karlqvist commented  · 

    Yes. This! I was just about to post about that too.

    Please, add the handles to be always visible when you're zooming in at an edge of an item. I have illustrated it using a nice hand drawn (mouse drawn?) box in the image Handle in zoom.png

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    Jesper Karlqvist commented  · 

    Whenever there is a major update to Illustrator, the settings are copied to the new version of Illustrator, but my scripts are not. I have to manually copy all my scripts to the new scripts folder. This would be an easy feature to implement.

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