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

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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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Correct answer by Doug A Roberts | Adobe Community Professional

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

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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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Correct answer by Doug A Roberts | Adobe Community Professional

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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Please select the object and show the appearance panel.

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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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