Artifacting Error -- Still
Reopening the bug notice from 2019.
The artifacting error is not fully functioning within Acrobat's tools as of July 2022 with the current beta version.
@Rachit/Adobe, please reopen this case.
See original post at https://acrobat.uservoice.com/forums/590923-acrobat-for-windows-and-mac/suggestions/34682290-artifacting-error
SUMMARY (July 2022):
-- Incomplete action from the CONTENT panel. Leaves an empty <Figure> tag that must be manually deleted.
-- Incomplete action from the TAG panel. Leaves an empty <Figure> tag that must be manually deleted.
-- Partially complete action from the ORDER panel. It artifacts the content and removes the <Figure> tag ONLY for images. Path/Vectors are incomplete and their empty <Figure> tags must be removed manually. <Figure> tags are left in both the Tag and Order panels.
-- Completes the action using the ORDER TOOLS panel (TURO). It artifacts the content and removes their <Figure> tags for both images and path/vectors in both the Tag and Order panels.
From the Content panel:
1. Right-click, select Change Tag to Artifact.
2. It does tag the content as artifact, but leaves an empty <P> or <Figure> tag in the tree.
From the Tags panel:
1. Expand the tag to show its yellow content container box.
2. Right-click on the content container, select Change Tag to Artifact.
3. It does tag the content as artifact, but leaves an empty <P> or <Figure> tag in the tree.
Note: Can't select the tag itself <P> or <Figure> and artifact both the tag and its content at the same time.
From the Order TREE:
1. From the tree, select the element, Right-click, select Tag as Background/Artifact.
2. It works for IMAGES, but not for PATH/vectors.
(See screen capture 4)
Path/Vector elements are STILL in the Order tree, and an empty <Figure> tag is left in the TAG tree, too.
From the Order Reading Order Panel (TURO tool panel):
1. From the page, select the element, and select Background/Artifact from the tools panel.
2. It works correctly for both Path/vector and image <Figure>s.
3. Tag tree is correct, too.
(See screen capture 6)