Has any one else had this problem. or --more important, has anyone got a solution?
I just finished my biggest freelance job ever, a couple hundred small maps for a book publisher. I made them in CS2; the publisher uses CS3.
About a third of the maps open in CS3 as a blank document. Some of them show only part of the document.
Curiously, most (but not all) of the maps that do appear have an inset on top of another map. Both the inset and the main map have clipping paths. The maps (again, most but not all) with NO inset and only one clipping path are the ones that will not appear in CS3.
Is there a difference in the way CS3 handles clipping paths?
Any ideas about where to start trouble shooting? I don't have CS3 and cannot test results.
Illustrator CS2 -- CS3 incompatibilities
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Posted 07 October 2008 - 12:51 PM
Posted 07 October 2008 - 01:23 PM
Basically when you bring in a CS2 document into CS3 the files are read in legacy format. Now for starters CS3 has more advanced settings, & profiles. Have you tried saving your files as a PDF instead?
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Posted 07 October 2008 - 01:53 PM
I hadn't thought of that; I'll give it a try.
Posted 07 October 2008 - 01:54 PM
Make sure when you save your CS2 documents that the PDF compatability box is checked. Then try opening the file in CS3. that should do it.
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