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Cannot remove transparency of objects

New Here ,
Aug 01, 2018 Aug 01, 2018

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Hi,

The issue is that any object I create (e.g., rectangles, ellipses, and even texts) is transparent even though the opacity is set to 100% and the stroke/fill colors are set to a solid black, #000000.

There are no effects applied to the objects. I've also tried looking at the Appearance Window and opacity is set to 'Normal' and 100%.

I'm not sure what I've done to produce this error but I feel like I've tried everything to achieve a solid black color as it usually is in the past, but it doesn't seem like anything is working.

Any assistance would be greatly appreciated!!

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Community Expert , Aug 01, 2018 Aug 01, 2018

blyw,

The transparency could be applied at the Layers level; you can click the Layer, then look at the Appearance palette, and change transparency to 100% if lower, or dump the (line with the) lower value in the Appearance palette.

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Aug 01, 2018 Aug 01, 2018

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Please show a screenshot. Make sure to select the object and include the appearance panel.

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blyw,

The transparency could be applied at the Layers level; you can click the Layer, then look at the Appearance palette, and change transparency to 100% if lower, or dump the (line with the) lower value in the Appearance palette.

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Aug 01, 2018 Aug 01, 2018

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Hi Jacob,

Thank you so much for your quick assistance! Indeed, the opacity was set to 20% at the Layers level.

Have a great day!

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Aug 01, 2018 Aug 01, 2018

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You are welcome, blyw.

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May 22, 2024 May 22, 2024

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I had the same issue but there was 4 groups on the same object, I realeased all the group and it reverted to a true 100% 

 

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j,

 

When you have Groups, they can look innocent enough in the Layers palette and yet contain paths or (sub)Groups with reduced opacity. Seemingly too late, but I wonder what you had found, had you looked into the Groups.

 

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