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Vanishing bleed Designer 1.7.0.258

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If you switch between tabs, objects in the bleed area disappear, even though bleed visibility is on.
You have to turn off the visibility of the bleed and turn it on again so that the objects are visible again in the bleed area.
This needs to be improved. I present it in animation.

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And the same is if I change the workspace on Artboard. Objects in the bleed area also disappear, even though the visibility of the bleed is checked in the menu.

 

 

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When using artboards, elements in the bleed area are invisible, regardless if I switch show bleed on or off. I suspected it had something to do with clip to canvas, but this option is not accesible (greyed out)

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Hi Grafkom,

I've reproduced the first issue and will get it passed on to development. There is also a known issue with them regarding your second issue. :)

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I was going to enter a new topic... ARTBOARDS: on top of the lack of visible bleeds, I have found that Designer Beta won't output spot color when the document is set up using art boards! I want to be able to have multiple boards and be able to use the pasteboard (areas outside of the art board itself) ad be able to output spot colors. Works perfectly fine as a one canvas (non art board document)

NOTE: I have found that Publisher works a lot better in these areas, will these things get tidied up for designer? or is your intention for Publisher to become the central application with Photo and Designer feeding to that, much as the Adobe trio of InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator?

Cheers

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11 hours ago, DegasBrush said:

I was going to enter a new topic... ARTBOARDS: on top of the lack of visible bleeds, I have found that Designer Beta won't output spot color when the document is set up using art boards! I want to be able to have multiple boards and be able to use the pasteboard (areas outside of the art board itself) ad be able to output spot colors. Works perfectly fine as a one canvas (non art board document)

Hi DegasBrush,

This is a known issue with Designer that should be resolved in the next build. :)

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12 hours ago, Sean P said:

Hi DegasBrush,

This is a known issue with Designer that should be resolved in the next build. :)

Awesome! thanks for that!!! I look forward to that! Keep up the good work!

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Any update on this issue? I'm on 1.7.1.404 and still have the issue of anything inside the bleed area is invisible. It renders when exporting, just doesn't show in Designer. I was just happy to finally get a visible bleed line and assumed it was working as intended, even though I'd prefer to see things in the bleed area as I'm used to with Illustrator/InDesign/etc. I didn't realize it was a bug until I started using Publisher and it's rendering the bleed area just fine.

Clip to canvas does nothing, and hiding/showing the bleed also doesn't fix it (as it was for OP during beta). I can change to outline view and see the outline of the objects within the bleed area, but nothing in vector view or the pixel views either. They can't even be selected from the bleed area in vector view, but can be in outline view (this is less of an issue as I'm generally not needing to select something in the bleed area, just an observation.)

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