Opaque lines from background layers

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Hi all! 

When I opened up my project this morning, I noticed that there were these opaque lines from background layers showing through the illustration. It was working fine last night. So I am not sure what happened. What is also weird is that the outlines from the background layers don't bleed through for all of the background layers (ie: cat body) 

 

Last night

20200909_112828.jpg

Today

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Thank you for your fast reply! 

I am using 24.0.2 (64-bit). 

 

I discovered while trying to make you an .ai file that the lines disappear if I just copy the illustration and then paste it into a new layer. I am not sure what happened or why that worked.... 

 

I am happy that it worked though 😅

 

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Opaque lines from background layers

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Hi all! 

When I opened up my project this morning, I noticed that there were these opaque lines from background layers showing through the illustration. It was working fine last night. So I am not sure what happened. What is also weird is that the outlines from the background layers don't bleed through for all of the background layers (ie: cat body) 

 

Last night

20200909_112828.jpg

Today

received_324570365457364.png

Thank you for your fast reply! 

I am using 24.0.2 (64-bit). 

 

I discovered while trying to make you an .ai file that the lines disappear if I just copy the illustration and then paste it into a new layer. I am not sure what happened or why that worked.... 

 

I am happy that it worked though 😅

 

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Which version of Illustrator are you using?

 

Can you share a sample .ai file?

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Thank you for your fast reply! 

I am using 24.0.2 (64-bit). 

 

I discovered while trying to make you an .ai file that the lines disappear if I just copy the illustration and then paste it into a new layer. I am not sure what happened or why that worked.... 

 

I am happy that it worked though 😅

 

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You could check out the layers panel and see if the target symbol (the circle) of the problem layer looks differently than the target symbols of the other layers.

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