Place... file stays in use

Explorer ,
Jan 13, 2021 Jan 13, 2021

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Hi , 

 

When using "Place..." ( Or CTRL + SHIFT + P ) the file i select ( a .DXF file ) 

stays "in use" when placed into the document.
This stays like this until illustrator is closed.

 

This problem just occured today, and quite anyoing since i'm using allot of DXF files for 3D-models view imports.

 

Does anyone have an idea on how to resolve this ? 

Reinstalling Illu didn't help . . 

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Explorer , Jan 15, 2021 Jan 15, 2021
ADOBE support has been contact .Apprently this is a Version bug. ( ILLUSTRATOR 25.1 )Doing a rollback to 25.0.3 will temporary solve this issue.This bug will be taken into account for next update (in +/- 2 months ) 

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Explorer ,
Jan 15, 2021 Jan 15, 2021

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The explenation is a bit Chaotic , but basicly the all external files that got imported, stays in use untill Illustrator is closed. 
Is there a way to clear this issue? 

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ADOBE support has been contact .

Apprently this is a Version bug. ( ILLUSTRATOR 25.1 )
Doing a rollback to 25.0.3 will temporary solve this issue.

This bug will be taken into account for next update (in +/- 2 months ) 

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