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View » Show Artboards should do the trick! I am using an Apple computer, so my View menu shows up on top of the Illustrator window itself. Your computer may be a little different, but as long as you find that menu, you should be good to go~!


top of the Adobe Illustrator's menu bar. choose "view" scroll down to "show transparent grid" click it. or use " shift command D "


It's really easy. Calculate the distance between each icon, and the size of each one. Then go to the Artboard palette and add the amount of artboards according to the numbers of icons that you have. Reorganize the artboards through the menu: Object → Artboard → Rearrange. Specify the columns and the distance of each artboards to fit in every single icon.


This is a super easy workaround that I've used quite a bit if you want to view what it will look like on the page. I originally learned about it on this group somewhere, but cannot find the original post. Open the Navigator panel (Window > Navigator) and make the window as big as you like. It will show what the document will look like without the ...


I usually just create a rectangle with no fill and the heaviest stroke possible (1000pt). Then align the stroke to outside. Then I change the line colour to match the grey background. Set this as the top layer and you can easily toggle it on and off. Way easier than messing around with clipping masks.


I seem to have found the solution - each sprite element must be converted to a symbol. That creates a viewBox for each symbol when exporting the svg. An example: <symbol id="badminton" data-name="badminton" viewBox="0 0 33.84 40.41">


You can use a script to import data from csv file, but you would have to do some action-engineering when batch-processing the data to do your extra stuff. After data is imported, it's inside the AI document as variable datasets. You batch-process the datasets using the Batch command inside the Actions flyout menu. Then, the fun part is to rig an action to ...


Select the artboard tool (Shift+O) and then click the small "x" in the top right corner of the extra artboard. Alternatively, use the Artboard Panel and select the stray artboard and delte from there.


Ended up with built-in Illustrator functionality, that is described in details in this video. Have checked, it works.

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