You may note that there is no “history” in Illustrator like there is in Photoshop, essentially your sublayers act as a history and can be hidden, locked, named and reorganized as you choose. Note you still have multiple states of undo and redo to fall back on too!
How do I view a window in Illustrator?
To hide or show all panels, including the toolbar and Control panel, press Tab. To hide or show all panels except the toolbar and Control panel, press Shift+Tab. Tip: You can temporarily display hidden panels if Auto-Show Hidden Panels is selected in Interface preferences. It’s always on in Illustrator.
Who is the oldest Illustrator?
Mr Mac Conner, a spry 100-year-old survivor of the Mad Men era, gets a one-man show in New York.
How do you undo history in Illustrator?
Undo and redo changes
Choose Edit > Undo or Edit > Redo. You can undo an unlimited number of operations (depending on memory) by repeatedly choosing the Undo command. If an operation cannot be undone, the Undo command is dimmed.
Where did my Illustrator tabs go?
Here’s how to get them back quickly! If all of your Illustrator Toolbars are missing, most likely you bumped your “tab” key. To get them back, just hit the tab key again and presto they should appear.
How do I show the properties panel in Illustrator?
It is also available in Window > Properties. The frequently used controls for each Properties panel area are displayed upfront. You can access additional controls either by clicking the ellipses in the lower-right corner of an area or clicking an underlined option.
What does Ctrl Y do in Illustrator?
For Adobe Illustrator, pressing Ctrl + Y would change the view of your art space into a black and white screen showing you only the outline.
Where is history in InDesign?
To show History panel in the workspace go to Window menu in Adobe InDesign and choose History.