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Adobe Illustrator CC 2020 24.1.3 version "0.0001 px" issue

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I've updated the Adobe Illustrator to the CC 2020 24.1.3 version, and I noticed that when I create a straight line, its width/height becomes "0.0001 px". Have anyone faced this issue before?

 

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Adobe Illustrator CC 2020 24.1.3 version "0.0001 px" issue

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I've updated the Adobe Illustrator to the CC 2020 24.1.3 version, and I noticed that when I create a straight line, its width/height becomes "0.0001 px". Have anyone faced this issue before?

 

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Hi there,

 

Thanks for reaching out. Would you mind sharing version of OS please?
This will help us replicate the issue on our end. Looking forward to your response.

 

Regards,

Ashutosh

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Hey,

 

Thanks for your response.

 

My OS is Windows 7 64-bit.

 

Regards, 

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Same with Mac OS.

Stroke width does not matter, whatever the stroke size, it stays at  0, 0001 pt or px

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I am a person who cares very much about every single detail.

If there is no solution to this issue, I will have to use the older version.

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The transform palette is showing the height of the vector path. For example if you had a 100 px square with a 50 px stroke, it would show 100 px. Turn on preview bounds and will shwo 125 px as stroke by defautl is half in half out.

 

Sounds like you want the thickness of the 1pt stroke to show in transform to do that turn on use preview bounds.

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In previous versions it showed 0 instead of 0,0001

zero.png

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