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CJ Randolph posted a topic in Designer Bugs found on WindowsHi there! This one is a little fun. If you take a shape/curve/parametric object that has a fill (solid or gradient) and Convert to Text Frame (right click or top menu), you get a fully functional text frame with a background color that can't be changed or removed. I finally got rid of it by Converting to Curves, which created a group with all the letters and a single background colored shape. Cheers ~cj
Hey! Thanks again for the good work and the nice recent updates! One of my files does something strange, though: Every new text object (not only the text frame) has an unchangeable background color. I know that it is by design when I convert shape into a text Frame. But this time I only use text frames or artistic text. Closing the application and Opening the file again doesn't help. Although only this file behaves like this. I can even copy text frames from new documents without a background color and it works. In the file there is a transparent frame text which comes from another file. The file was originally a PDF. Maybe this is important in this case too. In the screenshot you are seeing: the first field is an artistic text with grey background the second field is a text frame with the same Problem Never set any Background - the were created like this - only in this file! I have attached the file if needed for inspection. Seems like a bug only in this file - thought it might be helpful to know. All the best, Chris test.afdesign
mark-h posted a topic in Designer Bugs found on WindowsI'm not sure if this is a bug or a new feature of 1.7. If you draw a shape with a colour fill, and then use the text tool to put text in this shape, the fill colour stays—in previous versions it would make your shape transparent. And once it's a shape text object, I can't find any way to change or remove the colour. The only colour I can change is that of the text. I am using 184.108.40.2067 on Windows 10.