When will Illustrator CC support 4K displays, as far as workspace goes? Working with bezier curves and handles are a nightmare, even zooming in tight. Is there a workaround? It is darn near unusable.
Which aspect do you find makes it a nightmare/unusable exactly?
Selecting paths, points on a path and handles.
Which system is that?
Some people solved lags on Mac OS when turning off the microphone and/or dictation features.
I think I know what he means, using Illustrator on 4K monitor is ridiculous on Windows at least. I use Windows scaling at 150% or 175% and while UI elements like menu bars and icons are fine, strokes of things like bounding box, guidelines, outline view (ctrl+Y) are way too thin. It's 1px wide I believe, and on 27 inch 4K monitor it's ridiculously thin. I really can't understand how this is a thing still (unless I can't find the setting). I couldn't find a way to make all these lines thicker independently from the UI in general. If I make UI scaling larger, menus and so on become way too large. Ability to adjust line width of all the guiding things should be A MUST. Preferably it would automatically increse if Windows scalings is more than 100% (automatic adjustment maybe could have a checkmark if you don't want it).
Let's get more on your problem. Of course, it's very clear to you, but we can't see your system and may not have the same problems. So, selecting paths, points on a path and handles. Here are some possibilities as to what happens when you try this.
* The control points are too small and hard to click on accurately.
* Sometimes clicks don't work even though you can click accurately.
* There are long delays after clicking (lags).
* Sometimes it crashes.
* Elements jump around.
* Things are not drawn clearly on screen.