Trazos negros sobre fondos de color oscuro (mirar imagen)

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Apr 08, 2022 Apr 08, 2022

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Me pasa esto cuando trazo una linea negra sobre un fondo de color oscuro (en colores claros no, o tal vez no se note). Crei que solo apareceria en el programa pero como ven en las imagenes que exporte, tambien aparece y es algo molesto. Por favor necesito una solucion.

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Is this a CMYK document? If so it looks like an anti-aliasing problem. You can try to set your black strokes to Darken or Multiply in the Transparency panel or add some CMY percentages to the black stroke color.

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Apr 08, 2022 Apr 08, 2022

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Could be an issue with your color management settings or your hardware acceleration. In the latter case try at least to switch to software-only previews.

 

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¿Y como hago lo que dices?

 

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Is this a CMYK document?

If so it looks like an anti-aliasing problem.

You can try to set your black strokes to Darken or Multiply in the Transparency panel or add some CMY percentages to the black stroke color.

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Muchas gracias, esta fue la solucion mas sencilla y rapida.

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Good to hear that helped.

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Ivan,

 

"Me pasa esto cuando trazo una linea negra sobre un fondo de color oscuro (en colores claros no, o tal vez no se note)."

"This happens to me when I draw a black line on a dark colored background (in light colors no, or maybe it is not noticeable)."

 

If you  take a closer look (zooming in) you will find that you have exactly the same Anti-aliasing issue with the other colours, with a definite transition from black to grey to background colour that is exactly the same in all (four) cases.

 

To elaborate on the suggestion by Ton, in each case I would suggest the addition of the exact amounts of CMY used in the background colour for CMYK.

 

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