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Created artwork contains lines above some text

New Here ,
Aug 10, 2022 Aug 10, 2022

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Hello,

 

When I create artwork files, the export is including a small white line above the text (in this instance above the name Frank).  It doesn't matter what text I select.  I have attempted numerous settings to remove this without any resolution.  I have attached a photo of the export.

 

Thank youFrankBooker.jpg

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Community Expert , Aug 10, 2022 Aug 10, 2022

When transparency has been flattened inside Illustrator, then the anti-aliasing setting becomes very important and should be Supersampling. Also when there are patterns in your artwork, Supersampling usually is better

 

Unless you absolutely need to edit something in a very special way, I would not flatten transparency inside Illustrator. It's not important for exporting to JPEG. And in case you are exporting to PDF, flattening can be done when exporting the PDF.

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So the screenshot is from an exported PDF?

Did you flatten transparency? Then that would explain the lines

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Thank you so much for your reply.  The photo is from a JPG export.  I was able to flatten the transparency, but I forgot to select the artwork setting for resolution during export.

 

Thank you very much for your response.

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When transparency has been flattened inside Illustrator, then the anti-aliasing setting becomes very important and should be Supersampling. Also when there are patterns in your artwork, Supersampling usually is better

 

Unless you absolutely need to edit something in a very special way, I would not flatten transparency inside Illustrator. It's not important for exporting to JPEG. And in case you are exporting to PDF, flattening can be done when exporting the PDF.

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