New Illustrator 2022 - 3D object effect converts vector in image

New Here ,
Nov 17, 2021 Nov 17, 2021

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Hi everybody,

I'm trying to create an isometric illustration and I'm using Illustrator 2022. The issue is that when I extrude an object using that effect, the vector object becomes an image (I can see the pixels) and it can't be modified after you have done. The previous version worked beautifully, now this is useless! why would I want to use a bitmap in my vector file? is this a bug or something?

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Adobe Community Professional , Nov 17, 2021 Nov 17, 2021
It is a new 3D effect (Technology Preview), but the good old one is still there (named 3D  Classic).

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It is a new 3D effect (Technology Preview), but the good old one is still there (named 3D  Classic).

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Thanks Ton! 

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Can you please describe step by step at which point in your workflow it's converted to pixels?

Is it not editable anymore or does it just look like pixels?

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