Color and textures on Canvas

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Dears,

 

I was working on adding textures to facades on Adobe Illustrator, so I used clipping mask, stroke, etc...

suddenly and I think I clicked something on my keyboard accidentally that made all the objects on Canvas whether they are stroke, fill closed areas or textures disappeared and now all I have is 2d black lines.

You can see the black lines even for each clipping makes (the black frames) 

I tried to do Ctrl+z but this did not help. it is only undone other steps!

It is not a 1.pngGreyscale mode, it is CMYK.

Any help?

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Color and textures on Canvas

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Dears,

 

I was working on adding textures to facades on Adobe Illustrator, so I used clipping mask, stroke, etc...

suddenly and I think I clicked something on my keyboard accidentally that made all the objects on Canvas whether they are stroke, fill closed areas or textures disappeared and now all I have is 2d black lines.

You can see the black lines even for each clipping makes (the black frames) 

I tried to do Ctrl+z but this did not help. it is only undone other steps!

It is not a 1.pngGreyscale mode, it is CMYK.

Any help?

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sorry, the image was there before the whole text.

The file is already on CMYK mode, not greyscale one. 

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If you look at the tab at the top of the document you will see that it says CMYK/Outline — you are in Outline mode. Press cmd (ctrl) + Y to return to Preview mode. Or View menu > Preview.

 

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Thanks, it was the problem!

 

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You are in Outline Mode.

Use the shortcut [Ctrl]+[Y] to toggle from Outline Mode to Normal View (and back)

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thanks, it worked

 

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