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Lines at the end of strokes with gradient

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Aug 05, 2020

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Hello,

I am trying to apply a gradient on a stroke with a rounded cap. However, at the beginning of the cap a brighter line appears that I cannot seem to remove.

Another issue with the same shape is to apply a gradient fade to the cap, so that it fades radially at the end of the stroke.

 

Thanks for any help!

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Correct answer by Monika Gause | Adobe Community Professional

The lines are caused by the way this feature works. You could try if View > Preview on CPU helps.

As for the rounding of the cap: this is not possible with gradient on a stroke. You could create a pattern brush (but you would have to use a blend instead of a gradient and you would have to create the caps yourself)

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Lines at the end of strokes with gradient

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Hello,

I am trying to apply a gradient on a stroke with a rounded cap. However, at the beginning of the cap a brighter line appears that I cannot seem to remove.

Another issue with the same shape is to apply a gradient fade to the cap, so that it fades radially at the end of the stroke.

 

Thanks for any help!

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Correct answer by Monika Gause | Adobe Community Professional

The lines are caused by the way this feature works. You could try if View > Preview on CPU helps.

As for the rounding of the cap: this is not possible with gradient on a stroke. You could create a pattern brush (but you would have to use a blend instead of a gradient and you would have to create the caps yourself)

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The lines are caused by the way this feature works. You could try if View > Preview on CPU helps.

As for the rounding of the cap: this is not possible with gradient on a stroke. You could create a pattern brush (but you would have to use a blend instead of a gradient and you would have to create the caps yourself)

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