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« on: March 20, 2024, 21:43 »
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Adobe don't accept vector zips and any JPG added to vectors anymore. It's a problem, because:
1. JPG is and always was a way to attach metadata to EPS. You don't even have to store it, just let us transfer the title and keywords!
2. Adobe makes BAD previews sometimes. It fails to process complex transparencies for example. Especially when I reduce the artboard size to reduce the EPS weight

Mat, is there a chance to reverse it or solve this problems?

Adobe no longer accepts vector zip files and JPG files added to vectors. This is a problem because:
1. JPG has always been the way to attach metadata to EPS. You don't even have to store it, just let us transfer the title and keywords!
2. Adobe sometimes makes bad previews. For example, it cannot process complex transparencies. Especially when I downsize the artboard to reduce the weight of the EPS

Matt, is there any chance of reversing or solving this problem?


 

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