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What kind of hack makes a drawing program that doesn’t let you scale units?
CorelDRAW 9 could do it in 1999. Bargain-bin Xara X could do it in 2000. And yet Adobe Illustrator CS6 does’t seem to understand the concept.
I just want to be able to work in real units and have it all fit on letter paper when I’m done so I don’t have to rely on the print dialogue to scale everything properly.
Another thing Xara and CorelDRAW could do 15 years ago is give you actual control over handles on vector nodes. Whereas even Illustrator CC forces you to draw vectors in convoluted ways just so you can tweak them afterword.
How is this steaming pile of dung the industry standard?