Illustrator crashes when trying to use an exported Rhino file.
I installed Illustrator to Windows 8 as a zipfile from the help of Adobes team.
I havn’t used it beforehand because I just reinstalled everything on my PC.
Now I’m running Rhino 6 - trial version till I get my studentlicence in order.
I want to export my 2d plan drawing. Its quite big and has a lot of layers.
I will attach it here soon.
When exporting I select the entire drawing then move it to point zero.
Then I select export selected and choose ‘snapshot of current view’.
Then I don’t change the other parameters: RGB not CMYK and ‘export viewport boundary’.
Press OK. I open in Illustrator and… It crashes as soon I try to work with it…
In Illustrator it announces:
‘This file contains text that has been opened in a previous version of illustrator (…)’
This doesn’t make sense to me. It’s directly exported from Rhino - how can it contain text from something beforehand?