Changes in Classic 3D isometric Presets in AI 2022 new Presets do not correspond with the old ones

Community Beginner ,
Dec 03, 2021 Dec 03, 2021

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Hello,

I am having some troubles with the AI 2022 3D Tool – I was basing my project on the Classic 3D Bevel&Emboss tool, which had a certain angles setup. Now, after the release of the new 3D tool, those angles have changed in the AI Isometric presents (Off-Axis Left). Is there any way to go back to the previous settings? I attach some screenshots to illustrate the problem (the black lines are made using the old preset, the pink ones are the new preset, mirrored).

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Adobe Community Professional , Dec 03, 2021 Dec 03, 2021
You could use the old effects. Effect > 3D & Materials > 3D (Classic) There isn't a way to change the preset angles. However, I see no difference between the Off-Axis Left setting in the old & new versions (red is old, green is new): I checked version 25 too and saw no difference there either. Some of the isometric presets have changed in the new tool (they are more accurate), but not the off-axis ones.

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You could use the old effects. Effect > 3D & Materials > 3D (Classic)

There isn't a way to change the preset angles. However, I see no difference between the Off-Axis Left setting in the old & new versions (red is old, green is new):

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I checked version 25 too and saw no difference there either.

Some of the isometric presets have changed in the new tool (they are more accurate), but not the off-axis ones.

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Thank you so much for your answear!

It's true, I've just compared it with a colleague of mine. I must have slightly changed the angles in the first place.

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