Object shows razor-thin line while there is no line assigned

New Here ,
Aug 06, 2020 Aug 06, 2020

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I stumbled upon this because the preflight in Adobe Acrobat showed me the warning.
There are objects who appear to have a thin line, however the stroke is empty.

 

I cannot find the reason why it shows this.
We're talking about a 0.004 pt thickness so I don't think printing the file will give any problems, but I was wondering if anyone could tell me why this is happening.

 

(in the picture it's the yellow stroke on both dark green objects)

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Adobe Community Professional , Aug 06, 2020 Aug 06, 2020
The layer has an appearance. Double-click on 'Layer' in the appearance panel and see if there is a stroke there.

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Aug 06, 2020 Aug 06, 2020

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Please select the object and show the appearance panel.

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Aug 06, 2020 Aug 06, 2020

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I replaced the screenshot with one that shows the appearance panel

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The layer has an appearance. Double-click on 'Layer' in the appearance panel and see if there is a stroke there.

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Yep! There's the little bugger. Thanks for your help!

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Nov 24, 2020 Nov 24, 2020

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Hi, I got the same question. However, I can't find the layer option in the apperance panel. Would you please screenshot for me? Thanks in advance.

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Nov 25, 2020 Nov 25, 2020

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In the original post's screenshot, you can see the word 'Layer' in the appearance panel when the object in question is selected. If you can't see this, it's likely your situation is different.

Please show screenshots of your object(s), the appearance panel, layers panel, and describe what exactly is wrong.

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