2022 Illustrator issue

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Jan 16, 2022 Jan 16, 2022

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I just jumped back onto illustrator after a bit of a hiatus and I started using the 2022 version for the first time. I noticed when creating an element that when I lowered the opacity, I was getting strange effects in some of the bends of the image. Certain areas are twice as opaque. I have never had thisissue before so i am confused.

 

You have to zoom in to see what I am talking about. from a distance, it is not so noticeable. So I am not sure if it will print like that or not, but its a risk I wouldnt like to take.

 

I circled two areas in a few images below to show what I am describing, but it is happening on all inner bends.


Anyone have any ideas how to resolve it? is it just a problem with the new inllustrator?


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Jan 16, 2022 Jan 16, 2022

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Try to switch to CPU Preview; Cmd or Ctrl E.

It is probably caused by GPU accelerated preview; fast but sometimes inaccurate.

It should not affect print or export, so you can leave it on and switch from time to time when you don't trust what you see.

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