Why does Illustrator CS6 create a bunch of raster images (PNG or JPG) files when I export to DWG? There's no way to turn it off, is there? This is stupid.
Why is it stupid? Within AI's logic it may be perfectly normal - appearance over editability and all that drives that is how you construct your artwork, how it's nested and grouped, how clipping masks and pathfinders are used and what have you....
I have no clipping masks or any effects. It's simple lines and some text, converted to outlines. It's stupid that you can't turn it off. I'm exporting to a vector format. Why would I want any rasters? Even if one did, why isn't it an option to not include it. All I want is the paths.
Also, they changed the way DWGs are exported, from CS5, again. It was working fine before, now not only does it add an array of raster images, it's buggy as hell. I get some lines but not others. I don't see any rhyme or reason to it, yet. This is really frustrating. My art is not complex at all.
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