Inquiries about illustrators

New Here ,
Feb 14, 2021

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When I open the illustrator program, I will see a warning window like the picture above.

What should I do to solve it?

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Feb 15, 2021

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Feb 15, 2021

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And you can turn it off in Preferences.

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New Here ,
Feb 15, 2021

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Same problem here since last update.

 

Could even not click the skip button: due to the windows-zoom of 250% it was out of the visible display-area and could also not be moved into the visible area.

 

Almost got stuck with this.

Had to set windows-zoom to 100%, open Illustrator and remove this useless setting.

Afterwards I set everything back and it was ok then.

 

(If you are working in a company, you have NO influence on what graphics driver is installed or that you want to update it. It is simply restricted and therefore not possible due to compony IT-guidelines.)

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Feb 15, 2021

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When I see this.....

I always go to my computer setting and see if there is an update for Windows.  Usually, there is.  After the update, it goes away.

This works for me 9 out 10 times! 

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New Here ,
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Same here.

 

At least once a week I check for all updates our company has released for installation via central admin guidelines.

 

However, that one out of ten when you just get stuck is more of a pain then all 1000+ cases wich were fine.

 

Anyway... an error window should not be able to "hide" its buttons under any circumstances.

Either the message-window is automatically repositioned according to the display resolution an zomm settings etc. - or you can move it at least.

Not really an windows issue but an adobe one.

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