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Oct 04, 2020

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As shown in the pic attached, after applying the gradient to the stroke, and adjusting the alpha to 0 at one end, there will be some lines on each dot of the dotted line.

 

I'm not sure whether it is a bug, or it is some setting I didn't get it correct. And how could I solve it?

 

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Gradient Problem

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As shown in the pic attached, after applying the gradient to the stroke, and adjusting the alpha to 0 at one end, there will be some lines on each dot of the dotted line.

 

I'm not sure whether it is a bug, or it is some setting I didn't get it correct. And how could I solve it?

 

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Can you please show the settings for the dashes and the appearance panel?

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Hi Monika, 

The attachment it the stroke panel and concerning setting.

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In the appearance panel can you try and click on the bottommost "Opacity" and then in there check the option "Knockout group" - does that help?

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Could this be one of those weird view issues that only shows up at particular magnifications? Try zooming in or out a little. Are the lines still there?

 

Also, do you see these lines if you export out something like a PDF or a PNG? I appreciate that isn't a solution but it should help isolate whether this is a real or a virtual problem.

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Hi Michael, 

I'm afraid it's still there when I export it as jpg or pdf.

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Is there more than one stroke or fill applied?

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It could be called a bug, but it's nothing that you're doing wrong: applying an opacity of less than 100% to a gradient stroke produces these lines. the only solution to your problem I've found so far is to use two strokes and to create an opacity mask.

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The black and white in the gradient on the dashed line are both at 100% opacity.

 

Peter

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Hi Peter,

Thanks a lot, and it does work.

More, does that mean for now, there is no other solution to this exept to the mask method you mentioned here?

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I can only tell you that that is the only solution I've found; it doesn't mean that other answers don't exist. You might wish to report this as a bug here. 

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