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Illustrator Preview on MacBook Pro

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He everyone!

 

In my added attachment. Left is in illustrator (2020) Right is when I view the ai file in finder on my macbook pro. On the preview it shows a small unevenness. When I expand the lines it is no longer visible. I have not seen this in other designs yet. Hope someone can help.

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Illustrator Preview on MacBook Pro

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He everyone!

 

In my added attachment. Left is in illustrator (2020) Right is when I view the ai file in finder on my macbook pro. On the preview it shows a small unevenness. When I expand the lines it is no longer visible. I have not seen this in other designs yet. Hope someone can help.

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How does it look in Acrobat? How does it look printed? 

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Thanks for the quick response Jeff! Both print and acrobat look good. Good to know. So it is more up to my laptop.

 

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Hi Wekka,

Happy to help!

I'm a huge Apple fan.

But I hate Pereview! 

Jeff

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If PDFs are opening by default in Preview, you can easily change the default to Acrobat.

  1. Select any PDF and press Command-I.
  2. In the Info window that opens, Scroll down to Open With and choose Acrobat from the menu.
  3. Press the Change All button.

All PDFs will now open in Acrobat instead of Preview.

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