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Getting an extra line in the .eps format images in the HTML5 output generated using FrameMaker 2019

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I am using FM 2019 for generating HTML5. In the generated HTML5, there is an extra line in the graphics which is not there when pdf is generated or when HTML5 is generated using FM 2017.

 

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PDF output of the image

 

swahuja_0-1597229917594.jpeg

 

 

HTML5 output of the same image where there is a grey line in the 6500 NE box.

 

swahuja_1-1597229917609.jpeg

 

Please assist me in resolving the issue.

 

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Getting an extra line in the .eps format images in the HTML5 output generated using FrameMaker 2019

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I am using FM 2019 for generating HTML5. In the generated HTML5, there is an extra line in the graphics which is not there when pdf is generated or when HTML5 is generated using FM 2017.

 

I can share an example:

 

PDF output of the image

 

swahuja_0-1597229917594.jpeg

 

 

HTML5 output of the same image where there is a grey line in the 6500 NE box.

 

swahuja_1-1597229917609.jpeg

 

Please assist me in resolving the issue.

 

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Are you all patched up? Check Help > Updates to check.

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How is the graphic generated? Has it been made in Illustrator or has it been made in FrameMakers built in graphics tools. If it is an eps/ai from Illustrator, my suggestion would be to check the size of the document area in the file. Or check whether there might lie an object in the file with - perhaps - a very thin/white stroke.

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Hi,

It is made in Illustrator in eps format. If it was a case of document area or object in the file, then it would have shown in the pdf also. However, in the pdf all images are fine. The issue is with all the images in .eps format while images in .ai/svg format are neat. But most of our images are in .eps format and we need to update images regularly, so lookin for a resolution with .eps files.

 

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