Linhas brancas no Illustrator

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Estou com um problema na finalização de um logotipo. Ja fiz tudo que dizem que tem que fazer quanto ao ajuste na grade, pixels perfeitos... As linhas aparecem ainda assim. Quando sobreponho as formas, o problema desaparece, mas estou finalizando o logotipo e não posso mandar um logotipo cheio de caixas de cor sobrepostas para sanar um problema.

 

Alguém sabe resolver esse problema ou a solução é mesmo sobrepor caixas de cor?

 

Aguardo. Grata

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moving this to Illustrator forum.

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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These "lines" are the result of anti-aliasing.

They are normally only visible on screen and not in print.

When you export as an image, like .png, these artifacts should disappear when Art Optimized is chosen for Anti-Aliasing.

But I can imagine that you don't want to show your artwork with these "lines" to your customer.

Turning off anti-aliasing could help, but the customer has to do the same in his version of the PDF viewer.

You can try if a minimum amount of Path > Offset Path... helps.

Select the problem areas and use 0,01 px or less for the amount.

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