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Art Board - Parts of Images off the edge do not show


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Hello,

My question is on art boards. If I place an image Half on the outboard and half off the art board I do not see the section that is not on the art board  I tried placing one art board on top of another but that did not work. see first image below

How do I see the full image?

Are there some settings I need to change ?

First Image - The rest of the ellipse does not show in the Green Color:

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The second Image - This is what I want to see. The full image and the outside edge of the Art Board This wold be a Big help To scale and design.

(Done in Illustrator....)

 

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How do I see the full image?

Are there some settings I need to change ?  

Many Thanks advance for your help

 

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26 minutes ago, 2989 said:

How do I see the full image?

If it crosses the Artboard boundary you cannot see the part that is outside the boundary. That's just the way it works.

-- Walt
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1 hour ago, 2989 said:

How do I see the full image?

 

1 hour ago, walt.farrell said:

If it crosses the Artboard boundary you cannot see the part that is outside the boundary. That's just the way it works.

And, in my opinion, that is a bad thing. I do wish we could see things on the canvas whilst using Artboards.

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I have never mastered color management, period, so I cannot help with that.

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3 hours ago, Old Bruce said:

 

And, in my opinion, that is a bad thing. I do wish we could see things on the canvas whilst using Artboards.

I agree, It would be so much more useful to see the full image for scale and working. At least have it as an option. 😐

No sense asking for it as a feature request.....

 

Thank You "Old Bruce" and "wilt.farrell" for answering my question.

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Just now, 2989 said:

No sense asking for it as a feature request.....

I'm sure it's already requested.

-- Walt
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