Illustrator, the software used to create most digital maps and graphics, now has an update that adds a new feature to the tools that allows users to make their own fire maps, with color-coded text and imagery.
The new feature, available on the Fire Map page of Adobe Illustration 4.1, allows users the ability to customize the colors of the map.
Users can also select a preset color for the map, and then import that color in Photoshop, using the new Map and Fire Tools icon.
The feature is only available in Illustrator CS4, and users will need to purchase a license to use it.
The Fire Map feature was introduced as a way to support users who use Adobe Illustrators Firebase or Firemap applications, as well as for mapping digital images and maps.
Users have the ability, with the right map, to map out the geographic locations of the fire and then add the locations of nearby homes, businesses, and other structures.
Illustrator’s Fire Map program lets users import, edit, and customize their maps and create custom maps.
FireMap is one of several Adobe Illustrations tools that have been added to help users better plan for a wildfire evacuation.
Earlier this year, Adobe announced that it would be releasing a new FireMap tool called Map and fire, that would help users plan for wildfire evacuations, and add additional information to the maps and fire maps.
A new Firemap feature has also been added in Illustrators CS5, which is available to users.
The addition of the FireMap feature in Illustration 5.0 makes it easier for users to customize their own maps.
The update also makes it possible to export a FireMap map in the Adobe Acrobat file format, which makes it much easier for designers to export custom maps to the internet and the web.
Firemap has been a hot topic in the wildfire community for a while, as the Firemap program was the first program in the software that allowed users to visualize their fire evacuation efforts.
Adobe recently launched a series of maps to help people prepare for wildfires.
A recent post on the Adobe Fire Map blog featured a series that showed a user map that shows the route a person would take to evacuate from their home to a fire, as opposed to the route that they would take if they were to stay at home.
Adobe’s Firemap app, which will be available in the future for Windows PCs and Macs, allows people to view the route they take to the fire in the area they live, which allows them to plan their evacuation strategies accordingly.
Adobe also recently added a new map to its FireMap program, which features more detailed information about how the Fire will spread, including a map that highlights where people are likely to be in the next week.