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This is more of an annoyance than anything else. When you have an object drawn on a page in AD 1.5 and you haven't yet applied a fill or stroke, if you scroll the page the bounding box and handles disappear until you stop scrolling. It makes it difficult to scroll to the edge of something without starting and stopping to see where the edge is. A solution is to add a fill or stroke but it is an extra step I shouldn't really have to do.

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As a workaround, can't you use Outline view mode? You won't see the bounding box during scrolling but you would see the object's shape.

 

I often use that view to see objects with no fill or stroke since they are otherwise invisible.


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