Feature summary | Illustrator (July 2022 release)
Learn about new features and enhancements in the July 2022 release of Illustrator on the desktop (version 26.4.1).
You can now add variety to the text that you use for your designs by using bulleted and numbered lists easily. Both the lists help your users identify the key points in the text in ordered and unordered forms.
For more details, see Bullets and numbering.
You can use the history panel to jump to any recent state of the design you created during the current working session. Each time you add any elements to the design, you can see new states being added to the history panel.
For more details, see the History panel.
Use wireframes to view the underlying structure of your 3D object to ensure accuracy. You can also export wireframes as line drawings for future reference.
For more details, see View 3D objects as wireframes.
You can now export 3D objects as OBJ files along with colors. When you export multiple objects, you can view each object as an independent modifiable object.
For more details, see Export 3D objects.
You can now render map artwork also as a vector graphic along with the 3D object.
For more details, see 3D map artwork.