Vector lines turn to filled compound paths from Fresco to Illustrator

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Nov 18, 2021 Nov 18, 2021

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I just got Illustrator for iPad and I was excited to streamline my workflow now that Fresco can open directly into Illustrator as vector art. I have many Fresco vector drawings that I wanted to clean up, change line thickness, etc.

 

However, my workflow is impeded, and lengthened, by all vector lines turning into filled compound paths. In some cases, even when I release the compound path, remove the fill, and add a stroke to make it a single line path, I still cannot properly retain my lines because they were turned into a shape.

 

Is there a way to make my lines appear as line paths instead of compound paths that require more work? If not, can this be fixed or implemented?

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Cross-product , Performance , Publish & export , Vector Brushes

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Nov 25, 2021 Nov 25, 2021

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Vector in Fresco has always created shapes rather than lines that we are used to with Illustrator.

You could head over the Fresco Uservoice and make a request that they improve the way vector works in Fresco so that it is more compatible when opened in Illustrator.

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