You can change the color of an artboard in AI by using the Document Setup menu. When you do this, the swatches and grid image will appear the color that you choose.
Make sure that any colors or pictures that extend past the edge of your document are pushed up to the red bleed line. This will ensure that your final print has a transparent background.
How to see white objects in AI
If you’ve been using AI for awhile then chances are you’ve run into the issue where your AI-generated content is showing up white, even if you’ve changed the color in the color menu. This is a known bug that will eventually be fixed in a future release of AI. Until then, there are a few workarounds that you can use to fix this problem.
One way to fix this is to make sure that any colors or images that are meant to go to the page’s edge extend all the way to the red bleed line. This will ensure that there is no white space when printing the document. You can also try adjusting the threshold in the AI settings to a lower value.
How to display white on AI
There are a few different ways to display white on AI. One way is to use the overlay tool. This can be found in the tools panel and is used to create a mask on top of an image. To do this, simply select the image and then drag the tool over the desired area. You can also use the color picker to set a specific color and then click on the overlay tool to make it visible.
Another way to see white on AI is to use the generative fill tool. This can be found in the tools menu and is used to generate content based on the selection you made. To do this, simply select the image you want to fill and then click on the generative fill tool.
You can also use the generative fill tool to create a transparent background for your image. To do this, simply select the Image menu and then choose the Transparent Background option. Once you have done this, you can then save your file as a png or svg and the transparency will remain.
You can also use the generative fill tool if you need to extend the edge of your document. To do this, simply select the image that you want to extend and then click on the Generative Fill button. This will send your file over to Adobe’s servers to generate the content and a progress bar will appear showing you how long it will take.
How to visualize white on AI
The easiest way to visualize white on AI is to simply zoom in and out really quickly. This will cause your artboard color to change and you’ll be able to see it clearly.
Another option is to open the color menu and choose a new background color for your art board. You can also click the button in the Document Setup menu to reset the colors for your art boards. This will help you see the changes that you’ve made.
Finally, if you want to use an AI-generated gradient, you can do so by clicking the Generative Fill button in the Contextual Task Bar. Make sure that your selection outline overlaps a little bit of the image so that the AI-generated content will blend seamlessly with the original detail. Also, be sure to add bleed to your document so that any images or colors that go to the edge of the page will extend past the red bleed line when printing.