Unwelcome Stroke Issue

Community Beginner ,
Aug 08, 2022 Aug 08, 2022

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Hello guys, do you know how can I rid off that stroke? There is no stroke, its just a fill object but where the points together, I'm seeing that stroke issue.

 

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Community Expert , Aug 08, 2022 Aug 08, 2022

Looks like a Preview issue, try Cmd or Ctrl E to switch from GPU to CPU Preview.

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Community Expert , Aug 08, 2022 Aug 08, 2022

GPU Preview uses the processor from your graphics display card, which is fast but sometimes inaccurate as you have noticed. CPU Preview uses the processor from your computer, slower but very accurate.

I usually like the speed of th GPU Preview, but when I don't trust what I see, I (temporarely) switch to CPU with Cmd (Mac) or Ctrl (Win) E.

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Looks like a Preview issue, try Cmd or Ctrl E to switch from GPU to CPU Preview.

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Aug 08, 2022 Aug 08, 2022

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It's weird. Sometimes its work but sometimes not. Thanks anyway.

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It should go away with CPU preview. And, yes it does not always happen in GPU preview.

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Yes, its go away when I turn GPU preview to CPU. So can I use AI with CPU preview? 

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It even stays away, Adam.

 

You can also see a completely different/intriguing GPU aspect/issue here,

https://community.adobe.com/t5/illustrator-discussions/how-can-i-export-as-gpu-quality-not-cpu/td-p/...

 

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GPU Preview uses the processor from your graphics display card, which is fast but sometimes inaccurate as you have noticed. CPU Preview uses the processor from your computer, slower but very accurate.

I usually like the speed of th GPU Preview, but when I don't trust what I see, I (temporarely) switch to CPU with Cmd (Mac) or Ctrl (Win) E.

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Hi,

Can you confirm the width of your stroke and the capping/corners options you selected?

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Yes there is any stroke, thats why there is no stroke option either. Sometimes its happening but sometimes doesnt, its weird. Thanks for your helping

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*there is not any stroke. I wrote wrong sorry

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Adam,

 

Some of the ghostly GPU occurrences that resemble strokes, such as yours here, correspond to strokes with funny ends and varying widths.

 

That and your observation "Sometimes its happening but sometimes doesnt, its weird." makes me wonder whether the GPU functionality was devised by the Antigonish poetic team.

 

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That is a very good idea for a feature request, Jacob.

Name GPU Preview "Antigonish Preview" (with a detailed explanation in the Help file).

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