Hi, sometimes I dock an open Illustrator file and work on other files. When I close the files I am working on it automatically undocks the Illustrator file in the dock even though that isn't what I want to work on next. Anyone know how to stop that and leave the file in the dock until selected? Ta...
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Hi kglad, do I need to know where this has been moved to? Are there any responses?
i moved it to the illustrator forum. no one's responded.
you should be able to click the link to your message and see the message, where it's located etc.
(you're welcome. now if we could just get some one to respond..)
The Mac dock. When I select the 'minimise' yellow cirlce and dock the file, if I have another Illustrator file open and close that the other file pops up from the dock. But that isn't necessarily what I want to work on and I have to minimise it again.
i don't use ai much. but i do use animate a lot. and ai and animate work the same way with respect to tabs.
ie, i often have several animate files open at the same time each of them in their own tab. why don't you do the same with ai?
I think it happens with all CC programs actually but I would like to turn it off. I don't group my tabs, so they are all individually tabbed. I just want to be able to leave a file in the doc and select it rather than it automatically opening the program becuase it is the last file of that program open, and then I have to minimise it again, see attached screen record.
ok, but think about what your 2nd choice would be.