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Hi, this is probably unrelated but I can't seem to find a link to report this annoying bug, So l will put it here and hope... It could be just me, though I doubt it, but there seems to be a bug in illustrator Draw for android devices; since when you long press a shape while the eraser tool is selected, it fills the area with white instead of deleting it. This is very annoying especially if you want to keep a transparent background. In iOS this error does not exist. There is also something very glitchy about the undo gesture it only works I out of 10 times, something that does not happen on the iPad.
Can you try something for me with the eraser...
1. On a drawing layer, scribble something. Anything will work as long as it takes up space.
2. Create a second drawing layer and on it, draw the outline of a circle in one color, then fill it with a second color.
3. Then, choose your eraser tool and long-press to erase that fill content.
At that point, because the fill was erased, you should be able to see the lines that you drew on the first layer surrounded by the outline of the circle. If that's not what you're seeing, can you send me the screenshot?
Let me know what happens so I can let the engineers know if there's a bug.
Also, can you tell me what device and version of the Android OS you're using, and what version of Draw?
Thanks for your help.
Thanks so much sue for the quick response, i really thought no one would
get back to me I tried what you said,
I drew a weird yellow circle on layer one
another weird red circle on layer two
then i deleted a shape from the red layer and got a white fill see
On Tue, May 24, 2016 at 11:30 PM, Sue Garibaldi <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Yep. Definitely looks different than it should. Hmmmm.... Weird. What device, and what version of Android are you using? And, what version of Draw?
Make sure to send me your device and Android OS info as well as the version of Draw you're using; I'll need it so the engineers can do some testing.