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Aug 28, 2020

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Hi forum.

 

I hope my question isn't too complicated, so here goes.

 

I have made lines going around in an ellipse shape. Then I do a release to sequence. Now the problem is, Illustrator isnt taking into consideration the correct numeric sequence from left to right. so each line is on a different layered number. So the most left black bar should be on layer one, then the second bar on layer 2, then the 3rd bard on later 3 and so on.  ( on the example Ive pointed out that black bar number 6 is on layer 3).

 

So whats the best way to get around this problem? because Im trying to export all these layers, in the correct order when I drag/drop them in the asset export panel.

 

Please dont tell me to manually correct the layers each one by one, because for the sake of this question I only did 9 black bars. What if there were 100 of them, It would be a tedious task to do each one manually.

 

thank you.

 

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It's ok I found a solution, I had to do it in reverse. So now Illustrator the layers and the black bars are in the correct order sequence.

 

The method I use is, I make a line, and then rotate it around an ellipse. but this time I did the rotation method in reverse.

So the black lines and layers are in the correct order.

 

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correct layer sequence with objects

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Hi forum.

 

I hope my question isn't too complicated, so here goes.

 

I have made lines going around in an ellipse shape. Then I do a release to sequence. Now the problem is, Illustrator isnt taking into consideration the correct numeric sequence from left to right. so each line is on a different layered number. So the most left black bar should be on layer one, then the second bar on layer 2, then the 3rd bard on later 3 and so on.  ( on the example Ive pointed out that black bar number 6 is on layer 3).

 

So whats the best way to get around this problem? because Im trying to export all these layers, in the correct order when I drag/drop them in the asset export panel.

 

Please dont tell me to manually correct the layers each one by one, because for the sake of this question I only did 9 black bars. What if there were 100 of them, It would be a tedious task to do each one manually.

 

thank you.

 

dfsfsffffffssff.jpg

 

 

It's ok I found a solution, I had to do it in reverse. So now Illustrator the layers and the black bars are in the correct order sequence.

 

The method I use is, I make a line, and then rotate it around an ellipse. but this time I did the rotation method in reverse.

So the black lines and layers are in the correct order.

 

solution12222.jpg

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And how did you create the ticks in teh first place? Simply using a different method may already solve the issue, but without knowing what you actually did of course nobody can know.

 

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It's ok I found a solution, I had to do it in reverse. So now Illustrator the layers and the black bars are in the correct order sequence.

 

The method I use is, I make a line, and then rotate it around an ellipse. but this time I did the rotation method in reverse.

So the black lines and layers are in the correct order.

 

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