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    It's my favorite Adobe Program! :)

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    I like Illustrator too, but how to plott this with flexi ???

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    I like Illustrator, but it can be a real bitch to work with, especially when it freezes while saving.....

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    CS6 is great evolutionary improvement. What's your's experience with CC?

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    Illustrator & InDesign...are my go-to's

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    I dont want to disrespect Illustrator, but I really hate how curves creation is handled :) I dont know exactly why, but it feels sloppy and imprecise. I like how 3ds max curves behaves, or even PS have very cool and straight forward bezier curves handling.

    Also I dont understand why Illustrator does not have symmetry tool. Mirror tool is cool, but slow. Next big dissapointment is lack of functions, which you have to buy in form of 3rd parties plugins. For example Vectorscribe etc.

    Dispite these missing basic features I am Illustrator user and I am using it for vector creation. In creative process like illustration it is very great tool, but in precise stuff it kinda sucks imho

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    Love both indesign and illustrator but get so annoyed when things like short cuts aren't the same in each program. If I change them it annoys the other people that use my machine and I have to change back to default!

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    Amen to inconsistent keyboard shortcuts among Adobe's software. How hard can it be to provide a consistent experience along all your products?

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    When I first started out, I found Illustrator to be pretty intimidating. Years later, it's probably my most used program. I'm considering switching off in the future though 'cause I'm not exactly excited about the new subscription-based Adobe Creative Cloud.

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    Favourite program from Adobe pack after Photoshop ofc.

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    I used freehand a few years ago - nothing compares to illustrator - for ANY vector work. I do alot of pdf creation - and this is my fav app for it.

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    Illustrator vFreeHand

    Illustrator embeds raster/bitmap images all over the place and it's gradient handling is terrible.
    You can make PDFs using Quark XPress, InDesign, Word etc.

    Quote Originally Posted by butterfingers View Post
    I used freehand a few years ago - nothing compares to illustrator - for ANY vector work. I do alot of pdf creation - and this is my fav app for it.

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    I like illustrator, but it seems harder to work with than coreldraw

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    freehand was my favorite two years ago but now adobe illustrator is the best

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    Quote Originally Posted by butterfingers View Post
    I used freehand a few years ago - nothing compares to illustrator - for ANY vector work. I do alot of pdf creation - and this is my fav app for it.
    +1

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