layers on my artboard disappeared

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Apr 08, 2021 Apr 08, 2021

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Help, Please!
I am working on a logo in illustrator. I moved a vector that I purchased from adobe stock to get it out of the way and my artboard is now completely white. All of the layers are intact within the layers panel but my layers are not visible on my artboard. I tried to undo the move. I tried to delete the vector that I needed out of the way to see if something within its group layers was the issue. None of these things worked.
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Did you turn all your layers off?

Are you in Presentation mode?

Are you viewing in outline?

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Please show a screenshot that includes the Layers panel.

Maybe there's a clipping mask.

 

This is my "Vector Clipart Missing Manual" series of videos on youtube:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H5NQyO2Tsjw&list=PLVqhHu3CSohVhofyDlCIh3Z-Qk8qSmMqZ

In vector files the hierarchy of objects is important for selecting. How a file is exported and if it needs to be converted when either exporting or importin...

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Another possibility is that the image you purchased is very large and you are looking at a small portion of it that is white. Zooming out will show you if this is true.

 

Without a screen shot, all we can do is make guesses.

 

~ Jane

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