What is an Isolation mode?
Isolation mode is used to edit objects, images, graphs or other form of designs on artboard that are into a sublayer.
In Adobe Illustrator when an object is isolated it dims out all other object on the artboard and one object that you are working on is highlighted. Which helps you to edit and design the object easily with more concentration. Sometimes when you are working on full artboard you can also get into isolated mode, as you don’t need to use isolation mode at that time. Isolated mode helps you to pay focus on to the only object where you are working. It doesn’t drag your attention to other part of the artboard.
So, Here we’ll tell you two ways of how you can easily get out of isolation mode in Adobe Illustrator:
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By Using Keyboard:
If you want to use Your keyboard to help you get exit isolation mode, you can easily follow these given steps:
Press “ESC” key, that is located on the very first line, the first button on the top left corner of your keyboard.
By Using Mouse:
If you want to use Mouse pointer to help you get exit isolation mode, you can easily follow these given steps:
Go to “Windows” menu bar and click on “Layers” or press F7 from your keyboard.
A layer panel will appear.
Click on three lines located at the top right corner in the panel.
A drop down list will appear.
Click on “Exit Isolation Mode”.
In this way you will immediately get out of isolation mode.
Double click on the blank area of your artboard to get out of Isolation mode.
Right click on blank area of your artboard, a list will appear with different option. Select “Exit Isolation mode”.