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Active Object is 'Sent Backward' when using Windows Active desktop shortcut (CTRL + Win + Arrow)

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May 19, 2020

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I've recently switched from my office computer which has 2 monitors to my wfh setup that utilizes only 1. So I've been heavily relying on the Windows 10 virtual desktops. Essentially I can run a full-screen Illustrator window and switch back to a full-screen browser window quickly by pressing CTRL + WIN + Left Arrow / Right Arrow.

 

It seems like the active object that I have selected in Illustrator is being sent back one layer when I start pressing the CTRL + WIN combination. Looking at the total list of Ai shortcuts there should be no reason why this behavior is happening.

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Yep, I was able to reproduce that on my Windows 10 machine. It didn't show up as reported on Uservoice. so I added it. You can upvote it. Uservoice is where the product team/engineers look to prioritize feature requests and bugs. The forums are seen by staff, volunteers, and other users. 

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Active Object is 'Sent Backward' when using Windows Active desktop shortcut (CTRL + Win + Arrow)

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I've recently switched from my office computer which has 2 monitors to my wfh setup that utilizes only 1. So I've been heavily relying on the Windows 10 virtual desktops. Essentially I can run a full-screen Illustrator window and switch back to a full-screen browser window quickly by pressing CTRL + WIN + Left Arrow / Right Arrow.

 

It seems like the active object that I have selected in Illustrator is being sent back one layer when I start pressing the CTRL + WIN combination. Looking at the total list of Ai shortcuts there should be no reason why this behavior is happening.

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Correct answer by Myra_Ferguson | Adobe Community Professional

Yep, I was able to reproduce that on my Windows 10 machine. It didn't show up as reported on Uservoice. so I added it. You can upvote it. Uservoice is where the product team/engineers look to prioritize feature requests and bugs. The forums are seen by staff, volunteers, and other users. 

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Yep, I was able to reproduce that on my Windows 10 machine. It didn't show up as reported on Uservoice. so I added it. You can upvote it. Uservoice is where the product team/engineers look to prioritize feature requests and bugs. The forums are seen by staff, volunteers, and other users. 

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