Emulate Adobe® Illustrator® 6.0 is no longer an option?

Advocate ,
May 25, 2022 May 25, 2022

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For many years, there has been a bug when copying and pasting RGB vector artwork from Illustrator to Adobe Animate.  The colors shift to appear very washed out, and the only fix has been to change the color settings to "Emulate Adobe® Illustrator® 6.0" in Illustrator before copying and pasting to Animate, or export to SVG first.

 

In the latest version of Illustrator, the "Emulate Adobe® Illustrator® 6.0" option is gone.  Is there any way to get it back, or to fix the washed out color bug another way?  If not, the workflow from Illustrator to Animate becomes very inefficient.

 

For reference:

https://community.adobe.com/t5/animate-discussions/color-shift-from-illustrator-to-animate-cc-unless...

https://community.adobe.com/t5/animate-discussions/copying-illustrator-shapes-into-animate-changes-c...

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Adobe Community Professional , May 25, 2022 May 25, 2022
I have just checked in version 26.3.1 and the option is there.

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May 25, 2022 May 25, 2022

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I have just checked in version 26.3.1 and the option is there.

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Ack, please disregard.  I'm not sure why I wasn't seeing it before.

 

I still wish the color-shifting bug could be fixed though.

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