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  1. Hi Ron, Thanks for letting us know. I've passed this on to be investigated.
  2. Hi David, Thank you very much for letting us know. I can confirm this is something we do have logged with development. I've bumped the issue with them and passed your comments over.
  3. Hi garretm30, Thanks for letting us know - I've passed your comments on and bumped the issue with development.
  4. Hi anywherecreative, Thanks for letting us know. This is something we're aware of and is with development.
  5. Hi Loukash, Thanks for letting us know. I've reproduced this and passed it on to development.
  6. I'm locking this thread as it is a duplicate of your previous report. This is an issue we're aware of and with development to be looked at.
  7. Hi daxigua, Thanks for letting us know. This is something we're aware of and is with development to be looked at.
  8. Hi Sonny Sonny, This is something we have logged with development. I'll get the issue bumped with your report.
  9. Walt is correct - because of the large amount of scrollers in the panel, it is far to easy to accidentally alter the value of those, so the scroll wheel scroll was turned off for the panel.
  10. Hi Paul, Thanks for letting us know. This is something we do have logged with development.
  11. Hi DM1, Thanks for letting us know. I've reproduced this and passed it over.
  12. Hi nlaffan, Thanks for letting us know. Unfortunately the maximum grid size is incorrectly attached to the document's DPI. The lower the DPI, the higher the maximum grid spacing that is allowed. This is something we're aware of and is with development to be fixed. I've bumped the issue with them.
  13. Hi pburki, The issue is that many of the EPS files supplied by Stock websites are essentially AI files in disguise. When a file is saved in Illustrator it is saved with two streams: PDF and the native Illustrator parts. When we import AI files we have to rely on the PDF stream, because we cannot read Adobe's native Illustrator stream of data. Likewise when Illustrator saves an EPS - it saves a regular EPS version alongside an embedded AI file. So when other versions of Illustrator open it you get the full file, but because we cannot read native AI files we have to rely on the native EPS, which lacks the support for many of Illustrators features, particularly mesh fills/gradients. In this case you end up getting the aliasing issues you see where sections have been split up.Unfortunately there isn't anything we can do about this with regards to the format.
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