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I'm an Illustrator rookie and having problems. Whenever I rotate or transform the object, the whole bounding box fills. See examples below. Rotating, perspective distort, etc all seem to have the same problem.

What am I doing wrong?!

Before transforming: Object before transforming

After rotating (same problem with other transformations) Object after rotating - whole box is filled

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    what kind of object is that? Have you checked other panels: layers, transparency, graphic styles... Would be helpful to have these open in the screenshots – Luciano Nov 16 '15 at 12:38
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It seems that your installed illustrator have graphic card problems! I recommend you change your preferences in edit menu and restart illustrator. It may be from system graphic card settings.

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It' can be a problem whit the software I'll think its good idea too reinstall again the illustrator.

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Try expanding the object before transforming it. I've had illustrator bug out on me on me several times over simple things like not expanding or ungrouping objects.

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    And how can this be done? Can you add the commands or clicks one has to do? Welcome to GD.SE! – Mensch Dec 18 '15 at 11:40
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Get rid of the bounding box and just use the vector image of the suitcase.

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  • Well, and how can someone do that? Please explain it better and add an screenshot to visualize what you mean. Usually an one-line-answer is not a valid answer ... Welcome to GD.SE! – Mensch May 5 '16 at 18:14

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